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2016 "Season of Harmony" Concert


The Nashville Singers present their 7th annual “Season of Harmony” concert showcasing talented singers from across Middle Tennessee. The concert is sponsored by Lipscomb University and will take place on November 19, 2016 at 2:30pm at the Collins Auditorium on the Lipscomb campus. Under the musical direction of Todd Wilson and Sloan Yarborough, the Nashville Singers have been entertaining audiences across Tennessee since their public debut in June of 2009. Proceeds from this event help to fund music education grant and scholarship programs impacting students across Middle Tennessee.

The lineup also includes The Founders, a quartet that showcases the talents of Bruce Cokeroft and three generations of the Wilson family – (grandfather) Harlan, (father) Todd, and (grandson) Taylor. They chose their name as these four guys are the founding members of the Nashville Singers.

General admission tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. Tickets for 65+ seniors, students, music educators, and active military are just $10 in advance or $15 at the door. Tickets can be ordered online or purchased at the door.




November 19, 2016 @ 2:30pm
Collins Auditorium at Lipscomb University 
3901 Granny White Pike
Nashville, TN 37204

ADVANCE PURCHASE General Admission STANDARD Seating: $15
ADVANCE PURCHASE General Admission DISCOUNT* Seating: $10
AT THE DOOR General Admission STANDARD Seating: $20
AT THE DOOR General Admission DISCOUNT* Seating: $15

* Seniors 65+, students, music educators, active military



Nashville Singers was founded in November of 2008 by a handful of men committed to excellence in vocal and choral performance. The chorus performs a diverse, primarily a cappella repertoire, covering many genres of music.

Since forming in November of 2008, this volunteer vocal ensemble has grown from four to 16 singers, learned 75+ songs, released two audio CDs, racked up over 100 performances for dozens of clients in ten counties across Tennessee, and produced a successful concert series which has attracted 2,500+ concert attendees from 43 cities in 10 states across the USA. Performances by the Nashville Singers have been enjoyed by over 50,000 people to date.

The Nashville Business Journal’s annual “Book of Lists” has ranked the Nashville Singers in the “Top 10” in their annual list of the top performing arts organizations in Middle Tennessee for four consecutive years.

The mission of the Nashville Singers is to enrich lives through singing and the support of music education. In the last six years, this volunteer ensemble has awarded $13,250 in music education grants and scholarships, impacting hundreds of students at numerous schools and music-focused nonprofits across Middle Tennessee. The chorus also hosts master classes for middle and high school students, and a vocal performance clinic called Acappella Academy. Some of the world-class clinicians collaborating with the Nashville Singers to lead these programs include Derric Johnson, Dr. Cedric Dent, and Dr. Kirby Shaw.

The Nashville Singers have shared the stage with many talented performing artists, including Ringmasters, Vintage Mix, The Founders Quartet, The Arcadian Wild, Steve Williams, Erica Lane, Grace Thomson, Melody Myers, Kasey Hammond, Jennifer Danielle Green, Noelle LaRue, Music City Chorus, Lunch Break Quartet, The Suntones, Fisk Jubilee Singers, Nashville in Harmony, TuneTown Show Chorus, Metro Nashville Chorus, MLK Reunion Choir, The O'Donnells, MET Singers, Music City Youth Orchestra, Sound Company Children's Choir, and the Midnight Ramblers.

The Nashville Singers have had the pleasure of singing for several dignitaries, including Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, United States Senator Trent Lott, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam, and Lieutenant Governor Ron Ramsey to name a few. 

For more information about Nashville Singers, visit them online at nashvillesingers.org or follow the chorus via social media on Facebook, Twitter, ReverbNation, Instagram, and LinkedIn. 

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Back in the summer of 2008, four men got together, not to sing, but to lay the groundwork for the formation of a new nonprofit organization called The Nashville Singers, Inc. Out of those early meetings was born a new men’s a cappella group dedicated to vocal excellence and the support of music education. It wasn’t until the fall of 2013 that these guys even thought of forming a quartet. It just never came up. After running through a few songs at a Nashville Singers rehearsal, they made their public debut on the 2013 Season of Harmony concert as The Founders Quartet.


Collins Auditorium at Lipscomb University 
3901 Granny White Pike
Nashville, TN 37204

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