Kathie Lee Gifford to Appear With The Nashville Pops Orchestra’s 1,000 Voices of Christmas at the Historic Ryman Auditorium

Kathie Lee Gifford to appear with The Nashville Pops Orchestra’s 1,000 Voices of Christmas
at the historic Ryman Auditorium on Sunday, Nov. 17. The show will
feature some of the best Christmas music with full orchestra, large
video screen and harmonious choir of nearly 1,000 voices. Additional
performers include
Nicole C. Mullen, Highline Vocal Jazz, Scott Sheriff, Philip Keveren, Louis York and five time Dove Award Winner, Craig Adams. Buy Tickets to the 1,000 Voices of Christmas Concert here.

In addition to the performance, this year The Nashville Pops Orchestra will host An Evening With Kathie Lee Gifford,
an inaugural gala event at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum on
Saturday, Nov.16. An Evening With Kathie Lee Gifford will benefit the
Nashville Pops Orchestra allowing the chosen student and their choir
director to receive The Bright Horizons Award, which
includes an all-expense paid trip to NY for three nights and two days to
study on Broadway. Purchase tickets to the 1,000 Voices of Christmas
Gala here

“I am thrilled to be joining The Nashville Pops Orchestra at the
Nashville Ryman Auditorium for a Christmas celebration,” expressed
Kathie Lee Gifford.

The Nashville Pops Orchestra Conductor, Jeff Bown, states, “I am
extremely honored to be working with the incredible, amazing and
talented Kathie Lee Gifford.”

The 1,000 Voices of Christmas
Choir consists of students ages 15-18, from the Middle TN Vocal Assoc
(MTVA,) as well as approximately twenty Tennessee high schools and
select choir members from area Nashville churches.

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About Kathie Gifford:

Kathie Lee Gifford is the four-time Emmy award
winning former co-host of the fourth hour of “TODAY,” alongside Hoda
Kotb. After 11 years together, Gifford stepped down from that role in
April to pursue other creative endeavors. The Gifford-Kotb hour had been
hailed as “appointment television” by Entertainment Weekly, and
“TODAY’s happy hour” by USA Today. Prior to NBC News, Gifford served as
the co-host of Live with Regis and Kathie Lee for 15 years,
where she received 11 Emmy nominations.  In 2015 Gifford was inducted
into the Broadcast & Cable Hall of Fame. She has been chosen to
receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2020. A playwright,
producer, singer, songwriter and actress, Gifford has starred in
numerous television programs and movies in her 45-year career. She has
written several musicals including Broadway’s SCANDALOUS, which received a Tony nomination for Best Actress in 2012. Gifford also starred on Broadway in Putting it Together and Annie.

In April of this year she made her directorial debut with THE GOD WHO SEES short
film, shot in Israel and based on a song she co-wrote with
Grammy-nominated Nicole C. Mullen. The song is currently nominated for a
Dove award.

Gifford authored four NY Times bestselling books including The Rock, The Road and the RabbiJust When I Thought I’d Dropped My Last EggI Can’t Believe I Said That, and the popular children’s book Party Animals. In October of 2018 she released the children’s book, The Gift That I Can Give with
all proceeds going to Childhelp. She also launched GIFFT, a line of
wine with the Scheid Family Vineyards in Monterey, CA.

Gifford lends support to numerous children’s organizations including
Childhelp, the International Justice Mission, and the Association to
Benefit Children.

About Nashville Pops Orchestra:   

Five years ago The Nashville Pops Orchestra was
born. After much planning and considerable help from our good friend and
inestimable artist, Tony Bennett; together with multi-award-winning
composer/arranger Jorge Calandrelli, Lee Greenwood and Rhonda Vincent,
we played our first concert to a packed house at the iconic Ryman
Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. Founded by orchestral entrepreneur
and conductor, Jeff Bown, The Nashville Pops Orchestra is already
gaining notoriety as potentially one of the best, most imaginative Pops
orchestra organizations in the country. The Nashville Pops Orchestra is a
60-Piece All Professional Orchestra featuring some of the finest
players in the world.  The NPO is on par with The Boston Pops and the LA
Philharmonic. The orchestra’s concerts are unique. Nothing like them
has been done before anywhere in the US. Many of the concerts will break
new ground by combining great musical events and active partnerships
with major schools; providing a potentially life-changing opportunity
for thousands of high school students. The first concert involved high
school and dance studios from the greater Nashville area bringing
together approximately 500 talented students to embrace potentially
life-changing, creative opportunities. Funds raised through donations
created the opportunity to award $5,000 to a deserving institution. The
Orchestra started in Nashville, music’s greatest city, with plans to
expand footprint into other areas and other states. In each new city
they will involve new communities, new schools, and provide further
fundraising opportunities.

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