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The Nashville African American Wind Symphony rehearses inside a band room on Tennessee State University’s campus. (Paige Pfleger/WPLN News)
The Nashville African American Wind Symphony rehearses inside a band room on Tennessee State University’s campus. (Paige Pfleger/WPLN News)

The Nashville African American Wind Symphony is entirely made up of Black classical musicians. Its mission is to educate the younger generation of musicians and advocate for musicians of color.

Paige Pfleger of WLPN has the story.

Devyn Myles plays the french horn, and Bruce Ayers plays the euphonium in the new Nashville African American Wind Symphony. (Paige Pfleger/WPLN News)
Devyn Myles plays the french horn, and Bruce Ayers plays the euphonium in the new Nashville African American Wind Symphony. (Paige Pfleger/WPLN News)

This segment aired on December 24, 2021.

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