Mine Eyes Have Seen The Glory 23rd & 24th of March 2018

Churchill Society of Tennessee Conference in Nashville and Franklin, Tennessee

The Churchill Society of Tennessee, an affiliate of the International Churchill Society, presents the Churchill Society of Tennessee Conference on Sir Winston S Churchill. The keynote address for the conference will be given by Winston and Clementine’s great-grandson Randolph Churchill.

The themes of the 2018 Regional Conference are Churchill’s appreciation of music, classical, marches, bands, hymns and the songs of Harrow School and the World Wars and also, his fascination with the American Civil War.

Randolph Churchill, Sir Winston Churchill’s great-grandson and President of the International Churchill Society, will be the honoured guest and speaker at the Saturday evening Black Tie Banquet. Mr Churchill will also be on the programme at the Schermerhorn Symphony Hall at the start of the evening concert of the Nashville Symphony Orchestra (NSO) reading two of his great-grandfather’s speeches to the accompaniment of a string quartet with music composed by Don Cusic.

The NSO will also perform its program on the Holocaust that evening. Each registration includes one ticket to the NSO on Friday night.

The host hotel for the conference is the Hyatt Place, Nashville, Downtown.

For more information on the conference, including the full programme, visit the Churchill Society of Tennessee website. To reserve your place at the conference, you can purchase your tickets here.

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