The Birdhouse Thing is a unique event that has become a favorite on the Nashville social scene. A benefit for the W.O. Smith Music School, The Birdhouse Thing showcases 150 artfully designed birdhouses available for purchase through both live and silent auction.
Volunteers play a truly essential role at the W.O. Smith Music School. Students involved in the W.O. Smith private lesson program are offered one-on-one instruction once a week with a qualified volunteer teacher. We also have a need for volunteers to assist with library management, front desk duties, and special events. Volunteer schedules are flexible.
Since 1984, the W.O. Smith Music School has introduced thousands of interested and deserving children to the world of music. Your generous tax-deductible contribution will enrich the lives of our community’s deserving children.
[Translate] W.O. Smith (1917-1991) Through hard work and perseverance, W.O. Smith earned a PhD, was the professor of music at Tennessee State University, a member of the Nashville Symphony, and a noted jazz bassist. He played with the great jazz players of the time, including Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker. He had a dream that by offering musical instruction to low-income families that these children could change their lives also. In 1984, his dream became a reality, when the W.O. Smith Music School opened its doors. 45 students in 1984 has grown to over 400 today. The W.O. Smith Music School has introduced thousands of interested and deserving children to the world of music. Read More
[Translate] The Chamber Society of Nashville will be presenting a Cafe Concert on Tuesday, October 12, 7pm at W.O. Smith Music School. The recital will include a unique blend of original works by Nashville composers. Refreshments will be available during and after the performance. This event is free and open to W.O. Smith Music School students and their families. Read More
[Translate] Special Youth event part of the Grand Master Fiddling Championship. This event will take place at the Renaissance Hotel, Downtown Nashville from 4-6pm on Thursday, September 30. The presentation is open to the whole family free of charge. Reservations are requested. Please sign up at the front desk if you plan to attend. For more information, contact Laurel. Read More
[Translate] Interested in seeing a Nashville Symphony performance? We have two free tickets to each Classical Series performance. Tickets are available for one parent and one child only. The next performance is Brahms’ 2nd Piano Concerto on Thursday, October 21- Saturday, October 23. Talk to Laurel about signing up! Read More
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