Cumberland University


Symphony on the Lawn set for June 13


The Nashville Symphony will perform on Cumberland University’s Memorial Lawn June 13 at 7 p.m. for the popular annual Symphony on the Lawn event.

The family-friendly concert will be conducted by Rei Hotoda. Pre-concert activities include a performance by the Bert Coble Singers, the CU Arts Academy Suzuki players and the Nashville Symphony’s “instrument petting zoo.” Pre-concert activities will begin at 5:30.

Guests may bring food, however food trucks by Two Fat Men Catering Company and Blue Moon BBQ will be on hand. Guests also are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or a blanket. Admission is $5 but is free for children and students. Tickets are available at the Catron Alumni House on CU’s campus, Cox’s Gifts and Jewelry, Del Webb, Lebanon Chamber of Commerce, Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce and at the gates.

The proceeds from Symphony on the Lawn benefit the Cumberland University Fine Arts Council. Sponsors for Symphony on the Lawn are Benefits Inc., Publix Super Markets Charities, City of Brentwood, Community Health Systems, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville Symphony, and Cumberland University Fine Arts Council.

In case of inclement weather, the concert will take place in the Dallas Floyd Gymnasium on Cumberland University’s campus.