Located in Nashville, Tenn., the Schermerhorn Symphony Center formally opened in September 2006 with a PBS-broadcasted gala concert conducted by Leonard Slatkin. Built in the Neolassical style, this venue was named after Kenneth Schermerhorn, who was the music director and conductor of the Nashville Symphony for many years. The Schermerhorn Symphony Center is now the home of the Nashville Symphony. The venue hosts a number of classical music performances. It also offers special shows that pair the Nashville Symphony with popular performers such as Brian Wilson and Richard Marx. You can find your tickets to Schermerhorn Symphony Center events right here at StubHub.
Where are the best seats in the venue located?
Schermerhorn Symphony Center seating is available in several sections, including the orchestra, loge boxes, founders boxes and the balcony section. At the heart of the venue is the 1,844-seat Laura Turner Concert Hall, where the symphony performs. Every seat in the Schermerhorn Symphony Center offers a great sight line to the stage, and the outstanding acoustics of the venue let you hear every note. For a closer view of the stage, choose a seat in the orchestra section. For a sweeping overview, opt for a balcony seat.
Is the Schermerhorn Symphony Center accessible for those with disabilities?
Yes, the Schermerhorn Symphony Center is an ADA-compliant venue that presents easy access in and around the building. The venue offers wheelchair seating and companion seating in all seating sections. The center also offers an infrared hearing system for those with hearing impairments.
Where can I park at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center?
The Schermerhorn Symphony Center has on-site parking at the Pinnacle Parking Garage located right across from the venue. Vouchers for this parking garage are available for individual events for a fee. There are also various other parking garages throughout the area, as well as street parking.
Is the Schermerhorn Symphony Center accessible by public transportation?
Yes, the Nashville MTA operates about 50 bus routes around the city. Many stops are near the Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
Should I call a sitter, or can I bring the young ones along?
Children are allowed to attend most concerts and events at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, and the venue puts on a Family Series of shows that are designed to be kid-friendly. For all events, each child will need a ticket since no lap tickets are available at this venue. Please note that your child should be able to sit for an extended period of time without interrupting the show.
Can you tell me about the food and drink offerings?
Located right on-site at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center is the Urban Cookhouse. This cafŽ offers items such as sandwiches, wraps, salads and desserts. The Urban Cookhouse opens 90 minutes prior to showtime and is open again during intermission.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?
Due to the venue's excellent location in Nashville, there are several great entertainment options nearby. After you purchase your Schermerhorn Symphony Center tickets, you can also grab tickets for shows at the historic Ryman Auditorium, the home of the Grand Ole Opry. At the County Hall of Fame and Museum, you can learn about the history of country music and its biggest stars.Back to Top