ECHO is an engaging chamber music series that features new classical music composed and arranged for the unique reverb of the Parthenon Naos and performed in front of the 42 foot statue of Athena. Now you can enjoy ECHO from the comfort of your own home with these ECHO live videos.
Parthenon ECHO Sessions: Lydia Luce & Lockeland Strings
On February 26th Nashville based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Lydia Luce will release her much anticipated new album Dark River. To celebrate, Lydia has collaborated with Centennial Park Conservancy to premiere a special live recording of four of these new songs as a part of the Parthenon ECHO Sessions. This virtual event will premiere on February 26 at 7 PM through Centennial Park Conservancy’s Facebook and Parthenon ECHO Sessions’ YouTube.
Parthenon ECHO Sessions are made possible by Tennessee Arts Commission, Integrum Wealth, Centennial Park Conservancy, Metro Parks, and the Parthenon.
ECHO is an engaging chamber music series that features music composed or arranged for the unique reverb of the Parthenon Naos and performed in front of a 42 foot statue of Athena.
People, Places, Things - A Short By Lesa Dowdy
Nashville Metro Archives’ Audiovisual Heritage Center (AVHC), in collaboration with Centennial Park Conservancy and the Parthenon, are pleased to announce the second annual Archives Artist in Residence (AIR) Program. This unique program explores the roles of artist and archivist and seeks to break down walls between archives and the communities they serve.
Artist Lesa Dowdy was invited to incorporate historic audiovisual recordings at the AVHC in the creation of a new work to premiere at the Parthenon as part of Centennial Park Conservancy’s ECHO chamber music series. Lesa worked with Metro archivists to choose endangered analog audiovisual materials for preservation, some of which have not been seen in decades. Lesa also collaborated with composer Benjamin Chakoian Jones and INTERSECTION ensemble from the ECHO series and created music recorded at the Parthenon for the new work.
Nashville Metro Archives’ Audiovisual Heritage Center Centennial Park are pleased to announce the premiere of People, Places, Things - A Short by Lesa Dowdy that originally aired on December 8 at noon (CST) on Centennial Park Conservancy's Facebook and YouTube channels.