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Schermerhorn Symphony Center

April 29, 2011

Nashville, One Year Later

One year ago this weekend, Nashville was hit with a devastating flood. The Schermerhorn Symphony Center, the Nashville Symphony's home, took on 24 feet of murky river water. The hall was closed for 8 months, undergoing $42 million in repairs. On this first anniversary of the floods, we'll revisit a special concert in honor of the re-opening of the Schermerhorn last January. Plus, music in honor of Britain's royal wedding today.

Today's Playlist

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hour 1

  • Leonard Bernstein
    Two Dance Variations, from Fancy Free
    The Nashville Symphony, Andrew Mogrelia, conductor
  • Felix Mendelssohn
    The Fair Melusina Overture, Op. 32
    The Nashville Symphony, Nicholas McGegan, conductor
    Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Nashville
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Piano Concerto No. 22 in E-flat, K. 482
    Robert Levin, piano, the Nashville Symphony, Nicholas McGegan, conductor
    Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Nashville

hour 2

  • Caleb Burhans
    Jahrzeit
    Caleb Burhans and Rob Moose, violins, Nadia Sirota, viola, Clarice Jensen, cello
    String Theory Music Festival, St. Paul
  • Nico Muhly
    Drones and Plucked Strings
    Rob Moose, violin, Nadia Sirota, viola
    String Theory Music Festival, St. Paul
  • William Walton
    Touch her Soft Lips and Part, from Henry V
    The London Philharmonic, Leonard Slatkin, conductor
  • Jeremiah Clarke
    Trumpet Voluntary (The Prince of Denmark's March)
    The Michael Laird Brass Ensemble, Michael Laird, trumpet, Peter Hurford, organ
  • Arthur Benjamin
    Fanfare for a Festive Occasion
    Britain's Royal School of Military Music's Fanfare Trumpets
  • Peter Maxwell Davies
    Farewell to Stromness
    The Los Angeles Guitar Quartet
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
    Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D, BWV 1050
    The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Laurence Cummings, conductor and harpsichord
    Ted Mann Concert Hall, Minneapolis
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