NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - The Nashville Symphony will be back in full force for their 75th anniversary season, with their grand return beginning Wednesday morning. 

The 75th season kicks off in September with Fanfare for Music City, with the full orchestra reunited by January for performances. 

The Symphony will also be bringing back the pop and film series, with music from movies like Back to the Future, Harry Potter and Star Wars scheduled for this season. 

Nashville Symphony Music Director Giancarlo Guerrero said he's looking forward to bringing audiences back to hear the musicians play. 

"Our wonderful audience is missing. And I think that has been one of the most difficult things for me through this year, is how quiet not only this beautiful concert hall is, but all of Nashville," he said.

Tickets go on sale Wednesday morning for the Symphony's 75th anniversary season. 

Click here for more information on buying tickets.

 
 

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