Tenn. Secretary of State
Division of Charitable Solicitations
Any person or group that appeals to the public for support of its charitable cause is a "charitable organization". Persons or organizations that intend to solicit donations must register before asking the public for contributions.
Excluded from the requirement to register are religious institutions and affiliated groups; educational institutions and supporting organizations; volunteer fire departments, rescue squads and local civil defense organizations; and, organizations that receive contributions less than $30,000 annually.
(Excluded groups are required, however, to complete and file an "Exemption Request" form.)
For more information go to http://www.state.tn.us/sos/charity/co-info.htm
Only registered groups may post events.
You may submit your event here and have it shared with the world!
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The Red Violin is a swirling, century-spanning cinematic masterpiece by Canadian director François Girard. Released in 1998, the movie centers around a storied, sonically perfect violin with a troubled legacy, told through the experiences of its owners. The film stars Samuel L. Jackson, Colm Feore and Greta Scacchi, among others, and features a fiery and passionate score by composer John Corigliano. The music is so spectacular and loved that Corigliano later adapted it into a Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, and the piece has become a signature work for Finnish violinist Elina Vähälä. Vähälä will joins the Nashville Symphony to perform this concerto, under the direction of guest conductor Leonard Slatkin, March 14-16 at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. On February 26, Blair is pleased to join with the symphony to host a screening of the original film as part of our Music on Film series. Nashville Symphony Concertmaster Jun Iwasaki will lead the post-screening discussion of the film and its music. Co-presented by The Nashville Symphony