Courtyard concerts at the Nashville Public Library are a perfect way to introduce those little ones who love to sing and dance to a live concert experience.
A a fun and free lunchtime getaway, concerts will take place in the Main Library’s Robinson Courtyard starting September 6 through October 11. As always, performances are on Tuesdays from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. Come for an up-close music experience with an eclectic mix of local music, musicians and songwriters.
Here’s the 2022 concert lineup
September 6, 2022
These “America’s Favorite Cowboys” have branded the genre with wacky humor and way-out Western wit.
September 13, 2022
It was natural that Stacy Mitchhart gravitated to the six-string. As he grew up, jazz guitar masters played on the radio, and Little Richard’s showmanship on TV captivated him in his native Cincinnati, Ohio home.
September 20, 2022
Lalo Dávila is an educator, composer, author, and performer. He was named Nashville Scene’s Best Latin Jazz Musician in 2012. He performs with numerous and diverse artists and groups, ranging from the Nashville Symphony and Nashville Ballet to Allen Vizzutti and Arturo Sandoval, to name only a few.
September 27, 2022
Born in Arkansas, Sarah Jane spent her summers traveling to bluegrass festivals with her grandparents. After high school, she won America’s Miss T.E.E.N. beauty pageant, moved to New York City, and performed in plays and musicals. She made her Broadway debut in Julie Taymor’s The Green Bird. Later, after marriage, children, a move to Nashville and a divorce, she returned to the music of her childhood.
October 4, 2022
The WannaBeatles offer a must-see musical tribute. The WannaBeatles will entertain you with music, comedy, and original material to create a different kind of Beatles experience.
October 11, 2022
Connye Florance and Kevin Madill have inspired audiences with their passionate, conversational brand of jazz for more than 20 years. Connye is an award-winning vocalist, often featured with Nashville Jazz Orchestra; she performs her one-woman show “Jazz Rhapsody” across the country.