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Schermerhorn Symphony Center

The Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, Tennessee features columned Indiana limestone and a long colonnade, reflecting the city's long history of neoclassical design.  Named for Maestro Kenneth Schermerhorn, construction began in December of 2003 on the Nashville Symphony’s magnificent new home, and was open to the public less than three years later. Nashville—“Music City, USA”—showcases many forms of its musical heritage through the Schermerhorn, including blues, pop, jazz, and cabaret, along with classical performances.