Nashville Symphony keeps Giancarlo Guerrero through 2025

Nashville can look forward to seeing Giancarlo Guerrero on the conductor's podium at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center for another decade.

The Nashville Symphony's music director has agreed to a five-year contract extension, which will keep him with the organization through 2025. At that point, he'll be the second-longest-serving conductor in the symphony's history. Since assuming his role in 2009, the Nashville Symphony has won five Grammys and presented eight world premieres.

In a release, Guerrero said he was "deeply grateful to this community for embracing my family and me so warmly."


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