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."