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Performing on vibraphone and piano, the Tachoir Duo brings an eclectic mix of styles — from jazz and blues, swing and latin, and some classical to Nashville’s musical community. Marlene Tachoir is a pianist and composer, and she wrote a suite of three pieces for piano along with Jerry Tachoir on vibraphone.

Over the last year as we've heard back from listeners, one thing we've learned is that our Nashville Symphony Broadcasts are often paired with a lovely meal. We listened — and reached out to a local chef and asked him to suggest a menu to go with our live broadcast of the Nashville Symphony's Bernstein Centennial concert on September 8 at 8pm.

Chef Andrew Coins, from Miel in Sylvan Park, answered the call.

Duo Oliver the Crow, including Cellist Kaitlyn Raitz and violinist Ben Plotnick, have brought music from their newly released self-titled album, which has been described by critics as simple, yet full, thriving and beautiful.

Leonard Bernstein's 100th birthday may have passed, but Nashville is still celebrating. Here is a rundown of this fall's classical music events that include music by Leonard Bernstein:

Cellist Nicholas Gold has a fond and deeply personal attachment to the cello suites of composer JS Bach. He has performed the pieces at Carnegie Hall, and now he brings them to live radio.

Courtesy of Music Theory Examples by Women

A website that promotes female classical composers is criticizing the Nashville Symphony for not performing works written by women.

Library of Congress, Music Division

As we approach what would have been the Leonard Bernstein's 100th birthday on August 25th, musicians and listeners all over the world have been celebrating with performances and tributes throughout the year.

On September 8th, 91Classical will live broadcast the Nashville Symphony's Bernstein Centennial Opening Night, featuring an all-Bernstein program. Tune in to hear it at 8pm.