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Schermerhorn Symphony Center


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OE stands for Open Edition Print 

Ornament: 4" Diameter 1/8" Thick PVC

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Located in downtown Nashville's SoBro neighborhood, construction of Schermerhorn Symphony Center began in December 2003. Less than three years later, the home of the Nashville Symphony, named in honor of the late Maestro Kenneth Schermerhorn, opened to the public on September 9, 2006. The design was inspired by some of the world's great concert halls, many of which were built in Europe in the late 19th century. The building's main venue, the 1,844-seat Laura Turner Concert Hall, is one of the few halls nationwide to feature natural interior light through 30 special soundproof windows. Seats are distributed over three levels, including a special choral loft behind the stage, which can seat up to 146 chorus members or audience members during non-choral performances. The stage can accommodate up to 115 musicians. The design of Laura Turner Concert Hall provides vivid acoustical clarity, warmth and reverberation specifically catering to the sound of natural instruments. An automated system of movable banners and panels located around the hall can adjust the acoustics to accommodate a variety of musical genres.