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What makes the The Volunteer State a great destination for your next school music trip? For one thing its capital, Nashville, is actually nicknamed "Music City." And this vibrant city is the de facto center of the country music scene. In addition to hosting the Grand Ole Opry, Nashville is also home to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Other popular Nashville attractions include Ryman Auditorium, Historic RCA Studio B, the Johnny Cash Museum and The Parthenon, a full-scale replica of the world-famous ancient Greek temple in Athens.
A few hours east of Nashville lies Knoxville and the Appalachian Mountains. To let loose and celebrate, school groups may want to visit Dollywood theme park in nearby Pigeon Forge. The town of Gatlinburg is situated at the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which offers wilderness exploration and adventure. Meanwhile Memphis, in the far southwest corner of Tennessee, is the location of Elvis Presley’s Graceland and the blues clubs of Beale Street.
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...the trip was wonderful! Thanks so much for all your work, support and assistance! Everyone had a great time! The hotel was wonderful and the food options were terrific! Bus drivers were friendly, kept in communication and buses were very comfortable. Everyone loved the Harrisburg Symphony open rehearsal in a beautiful performance hall and were especially surprised to see a world premiere piece. Of course, the students loved Hershey! Hopefully there will be more students next trip so we can perform in Music In the Parks competition.
--Ms. Pamela Gallopini
Lawrence High School Music Department, High School Music Trip to Philadelphia and Hersheypark with Private Open Rehearsal, May 2019