Nashville Symphony launches “Happy Hour at the ’Horn”

Posted on: February 5, 2015

The Nashville Symphony will launch the first “Happy Hour at the ’Horn” on February 6 in the Schermerhorn Symphony Center’s East Lobby at 6 p.m., just prior to the orchestra’s performance of Dvorák’s “New World” Symphony and Bernstein’s Symphony No. 2. The February 6 happy hour will feature live music by Nashville Jazz Workshop and an exhibit of paintings by Lars Strandh, whose works are currently on view at Nashville’s Zeitgeist Gallery. A cash bar will offer local brands of bourbon, gin, and craft beer; food from local chef Dan Forberg of Actual Food Nashville will also be for sale. Future happy hours are scheduled before every classical concert through the end of May, with different entertainment at each event. The Nashville Symphony is offering free admission to the happy hours with any concert ticket purchase. 

Posted February 5, 2015