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A selection of arts events that caught our eye in Nashville this week.

The Tennessee State University Meistersingers and student soloists gave a musical preview of the songs and spirituals one could find at TSU's Harry T. Burleigh Festival.

When asked to estimate how many times he has performed Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 3 in C min, Op. 37, Yefim Bronfman leaned back, sighed, and guessed, "Oh... surely at least 100 times."

A selection of arts events that caught our eye in Nashville this week.

The Stones River Chamber Players brought two highlights from their 2018-2019 season, titled, "The American Chamber." This ensemble in residence at MTSU is spending the season highlighting music by American composers.

"Short, short, short, long" is not so exciting when you read it out in words. But for composers Ludwig van Beethoven and Christopher Rouse, it was fate set to music. 

Center for Chinese Music and Culture: China Impressions 

Award winning guitarist Johannes Möller describes his music making as "an authentic manifestation of a globalized world." Unique among guitarists is his attention to Asian music. This concert in particular reflects the influence of Chinese music and culture on Möller's music making. 

The New York Times has called the playing of the Miró Quartet "furiously committed." After a residency last year with the Chamber Music Society of the Kennedy Center, they are back in the South. And they were Live in Studio C.

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