Metro stays out of symphony dispute

Look at symphony finances through public tax documents shows declining situation More

Analysis: What now for the symphony?

The symphony, Bank of America have started their own giant game of chicken More

Nashville Symphony receives notice of foreclosure on Schermerhorn

Bank of America plans to auction off Schermerhorn Symphony Center on June 28 More

Sources: Banks could foreclose on Schermerhorn Symphony Center as soon as this week

Banks involved may be evaluating legal options related to board’s oversight of symphony’s finances More

Symphony’s woes could be felt by musicians

In Louisville, symphony musicians have been asked for concessions in pay and benefits More

Nashville Symphony announces early return to Schermerhorn

More than $42 million in flood repairs to be finished a month early More

Schermerhorn concert hall dodges bullet

Floodwater recedes 8 to 12 inches below floor and seating in main concert hall More

World class tenor 'Journeys' back to Nashville

John McDermott excited to sing songs from his latest CD at Schermerhorn More

Symphony adds Gladys Knight to its 2010/11 season

R&B legend slated to do shows on Feb. 11-12, 2011 at the Schermerhorn More

Symphony, Americana acts join forces

Americana music has always been broader and more inclusive than just singer/songwriters performing acoustic sounds. More
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