Takin' It to the Streets





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Date: June 1, 2013 at 7:30 p.m.
Location: James K. Polk Theater
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Overview

Takin' It to the Streets will be at James K. Polk Theater in Nashville, TN - June 1, 2013 at 7:30 p.m.

“Takin’ it to the Streets!”  It’s the Spring 2013 season theme for Nashville in Harmony and they are interpreting that quite literally.  Not only are they taking their message of love and acceptance to the streets of Middle Tennessee, but they are packing up the whole choir for a road trip to Knoxville in which they will share their important message to the folks in East Tennessee and all along the way.  Then they will wrap up this exciting season with a spectacular show back home in Nashville.  Join this amazing city chorus for a one-night only, season ending celebration concert event.

Nashville in Harmony is Middle Tennessee’s first and only city chorus purposefully comprised of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender (GLBT) and straight people with the mission of “using music to build community and create social change.”  Over 130 members strong, the chorus is in its 9th year of reaching out to people of all communities. With a commitment to musical excellence, Nashville in Harmony sings a variety of musical styles including pop, jazz, and world music, as well as traditional choral music.  The one common denominator among all the music performed is a positive message and a commitment to the choir’s mission.  At a Nashville in Harmony concert you can expect not only fantastic harmonies, but also the fun and surprises that earned them the ranking as the #1 choice among Nashville choruses (voted #3 among all Nashville musical ensembles) in the 2012 Nashville Scene readers’ poll.  As Musical Director Don Schlosser puts it, “we want to make you laugh, make you cry and give you goose bumps!”

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