Archive for Month: October 2014


Winter Concert Feb 17 Postponed – Stay Tuned for Details

“This season is exciting, not just because of the great repertoire but also because of our CD release in 2015. The February program is particularly interesting, as it features six American composers, four of whom are Nashville residents! It brings ‘Think local’ to a new level.” – Zeneba Bowers, ALIAS’ […]

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ALIAS Nonprofit Partner Spotlight: The Elephant Sanctuary

ALIAS is proud to announce The Elephant Sanctuary as the nonprofit partner for the November 12th Fall Concert. The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee is situated on 2,700 acres in Lewis County and is the nation’s first and largest natural-habitat refuge developed specifically for Asian and African elephants. The nonprofit’s Development […]

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Musician Spotlight: Meet ALIAS Violinist Jeremy Williams

ALIAS Violinist Jeremy Williams is from Albany, NY. He moved to Nashville in 1998 when he joined The Nashville Symphony. He holds Bachelor’s degrees in music and psychology from the University of Michigan and a Master’s degree in music from Carnegie Mellon University where he studied with Andres Cardenes. Jeremy […]


ALIAS Fall Concert Sneak Preview: “And Then I Knew ‘Twas Wind”

ALIAS is preparing for a new concert season with yet another repertoire of innovative programming, starting with the November 12th Fall Concert. The Fall Concert will feature a colorful collage of performances, including “And Then I Knew ‘Twas Wind” for flute, viola and harp by Toru Takemitsu. ALIAS harpist Licia […]