NCHS Musicians To Kick Off Summer Concert Series

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This year’s first performance of “Concerts in the Park” will be one for the history books – after all, it’s not every day folks in Washington County get to hear Carnegie Hall-level musicians sing and play.

NCHS Music Director Steve Browne shall be showcasing the entire Nashville High School Band and Choir at this year’s first concert in the park, before the musicians journey onto another historical event, performing at Carnegie Hall and in front of the Statue of Liberty in New York City.

Both listening audiences will have the pleasure of hearing 103 very talented Nashville High School students putting their hearts and souls into their performances.

This concert, only, will be performed on the baseball field just as you cross the bridge in the park.

Members of the audience will need to bring their own lawn chairs and/or blankets and should arrive before 6:00 pm when the concert will begin.

The sponsors of the concerts, Washington County Arts Council, will provide free popcorn, ice tea and lemonade. Youth from the local 4-H clubs will also be handing out free ice cream. Eating one’s own supper on the lawn is also encouraged.

This will be an event for the entire family to enjoy.

In the case of inclement weather, the concert will be canceled. The high school is under construction and will not be able to accommodate a different location. The concert will end at 8:00 pm.

The NCHS Band, lead by instructor Steve Browne, at LEFT, at Memorial Park performing for the Memorial Day Observances Monday. The musicians (along with their colleagues in the NCHS Choir) will be performing for this year’s first “Concert In The Park” on Thursday evening, before departing for New York City and Carnegie Hall.