Nashville in Harmony (NiH) announces its season finale concert event “A Home for Us All” to be held Thursday, June 9 at 7:30 p.m. in Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s Polk Theater.
Comprised of GLBT people and their friends, NiH has dedicated this season to learning about and reaching out to these groups that call Nashville “home." Tickets are available through TPAC. More information is available at www.nashvilleinharmony.org.
Nashville in Harmony has also been invited back to the Schermerhorn Symphony Center on May 22 to perform as part of the Regions Free Day of Music. NiH will sing in the north lobby at 4:45 p.m. The chorus will also be performing later that day at 7 p.m. at the Nashville Center for Spiritual Living located in West Nashville.
Nashville in Harmony will be traveling to Chattanooga and Birmingham June 3-5 on what is called “The Home Tour," providing community service and performing with the Magic City Choral Society in Birmingham on June 5. This will be NiH’s second road trip following last May’s trip to Louisville, Ken.
Nashville in Harmony is a city chorus comprised of GLBT people, their friends and supporters. Founded in the fall of 2004, NiH is a full SATB mixed chorus with over 100 members and is a 501(c) 3 non-profit corporation.
Nashville in Harmony’s mission is “using music to build community and create social change”. This is made possible, in part, through generous grants from the Franklin Brooks Philanthropic Fund of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee (CFMT), the Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission (MNAC), the Tennessee Arts Commission (TAC), and with the ongoing financial support of NiH members and friends.