Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Schermerhorn Symphony Center, which opened in 2006, is a concert hall named after the late Maestro Kenneth Schermerhorn who led the Grammy award-winning Nashville Symphony for 22 years. The center’s design is inspired by the world’s great concert halls in Europe built in the 18th and 19th century. This unique to Nashville neo-classical design makes it stand out in the heart of downtown next to all the high-rise buildings and honky-tonks. Schermerhorn boasts a custom built organ and is one of the few symphony centers in the world to feature natural interior light. The building was designed to produce an acoustic clarity and warmth that suits all genres of music.