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ECHO is a concert series like no other in Nashville

Step into the Parthenon Naos for five concerts this fall and winter.

A crowd sits inside the Parthenon in front of the replica statue of Athena.

Larissa Maestro performing at a past ECHO event.

Photo by @vonrphoto

Fun fact: The Parthenon will transform into one of Nashville’s most unique concert venues this winter.

ECHO, a five-concert series, features composers and contemporary ensembles playing chamber music created or arranged for the distinct reverb of the Parthenon Naos, all set against the backdrop of the 42-ft Athena statue.

  • Sonus Choir | Thursday, Dec. 14 | The modern a capella choir returns to ECHO for a holiday tradition of “All is Calm.”
  • Lockeland Strings | Sunday, Jan. 28 | Two performances featuring the work of Nicole Neely, who has collaborated with Beyoncé, Mariah Carey, John Legend, Willie Nelson, and more.
  • Ben Sollee | Sunday, Feb. 25 | The cellist and composer makes his ECHO debut.
  • ALIAS Chamber Ensemble | Sunday, March 10 | ALIAS will celebrate International Women’s Day with a special selection of pieces.

General admission tickets ($20) and season tickets ($75) are on sale now, as well as various upgrades. Think: Reserved seating and two complimentary beverages.

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