September 15 To Be Declared 'Classical Music Day' In Nashville | Nashville Public Radio

September 15 To Be Declared 'Classical Music Day' In Nashville

Sep 15, 2017

Representatives from Music City's classical community will come together this afternoon for the official proclamation of "Classical Music Day" in Nashville. The ceremony begins at 1:00 on the steps of the Schermerhorn Symphony Center and will, of course, include a live performance.  We're kicking off our celebration on the air in the morning, with recordings of Midstate musicians scheduled throughout the day.

As always, you can listen to 91Classical on the radio at 91.1FM, with the Nashville Public Radio app or by streaming audio on this website.

Who you'll hear today:

In the 8:00 hour

  • Jared Hauser, oboe with the Blair Sinfoniette

In the 10:00 hour

  • ALIAS Chamber Ensemble with the Portara Ensemble
  • music of composer Michael Kurek

In the 11:00 hour

  • guitarist John Johns
  • ALIAS Chamber Ensemble

In the 12:00 hour

  • music of composer Christina Spinei performed by Sari De Leon Reist and Colleen Phelps
  • clarinetist Wonkak Kim

In the 1:00 hour

  • trombonist Joshua Hauser and the Tennessee Tech Symphony Band
  • Blair String Quartet
  • pianist Enid Katahn

In the 2:00 hour

  • trumpeter Joel Treybig with organist Andrew Risinger
  • composer Edgar Meyer

In the 3:00 hour

  • Nashville Symphony
  • Nashville Mandolin Ensemble

In the 4:00 hour

  • composer Bela Fleck playing his own banjo concerto

In the 5:00 hour

  • Nashville Symphony
  • music of composer Mark O'Connor

In the 6:00 hour

  • Nashville Chamber Orchestra