A Nashville Events Calender for the month of November that lists some of the current events and activities taking place in and around Nashville, Tennessee in November.
All Events are listed in the following order:
Annual Events-Holidays-Specials-Daily Events-Ongoing Events-Venues
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Calendar Last Updated - 6/18/2013
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Take a tour through our listing of the Best & Most Well-liked Annual Events that take place in and around Nashville every year in the month of November.
Brown has worked his weird magic on live audiences across the nation for over a decade, but this is the first time he’s actually hit the road with a live tour.With his upcoming tour, Alton Brown brings his brand of quirky humor and culinary-science antics to the stage. The ninety-minute show is a unique blend of stand-up comedy, food experimentation, talk show antics, multimedia lecture, and, for the first time...live music. Audience interaction is strictly enforced throughout the evening, though if you’re called upon as a culinary assistant you’ll definitely want to take the lab coat Brown offers, as things tend to get messy.
A magical night! Stravinsky’s dazzling adaptation of the Russian folk tale Firebird is bursting with some of the most astounding music ever written for orchestra. Mendelssohn’s Midsummer Night’s Dream Overture continues the fairy tale theme, with lush, dreamy music inspired by Shakespeare’s beloved comedy. In between are two more masterpieces — Schumann’s sparkling Piano Concerto and Dvořák’s vibrant, lilting Scherzo Capriccioso.
Blue & Gray Days draws over 500 school children and hundreds of adult spectators every year. Hosted by both The Carter House and Carnton Plantation, guests will meet Civil War re-enactors and get hands-on experience with clothes, trades, and weapons of the past. This living history experience is the perfect field trip and great for families. November 8-9
Composed in 1986 by Michael Nyman (composer of the award-winning score to the Oscar-winning movie "The Piano"), this chamber opera explores the mysteries of the human brain and heart and the power of music over both.
In Honor of Veteran’s Day, join the Scarritt Bennett Center for a FREE Community Concert featuring the 101st Airborne Division Concert Band from Ft. Campbell, Kentucky.
Celebrate the life and music of country legend Patsy Cline when stunning vocalist Mandy Barnett joins the Nashville Symphony. Barnett portrayed the singer in multiple sold-out runs of the stage show Always…Patsy Cline — and when you listen to her perform “Crazy,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Walkin’ After Midnight,” you’ll swear you’re hearing Patsy Cline herself!
Introduce your children to the orchestra when the Nashville Symphony performs Prokofiev’s celebrated masterpiece, along with other animal-themed classics! The gifted performers of Nashville Public Library’s Wishing Chair Productions will help bring the story of Peter and the Wolf to life with their enchanting puppets.
Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony changed the way people think about music, and it sounds every bit as mind-blowing today as it did 200 years ago. This monumental piece is full of power and intensity — and you haven’t truly heard the Eroica until you’ve experienced it in the crystalline acoustics of Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
The George Jones final Nashville concert, which was set for Friday, November 22, 2013 at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena, will continue as planned with one change … the show will now become a 'Tribute to George Jones'. A list of all confirmed talent will be available at georgejones.com