The Schemerhorn Symphony Center | Nashville Symphony Meets Google

December 09, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

Nashville.com continues a series today titled, "... meets Google.” The premise? Simple. We have a quick conversation with the decision makers, founders, entrepreneurs that guide an enterprise photographed by Kerry Woo. Woo serves Google as a Nashville based Google Trusted Photographer for the Google Business Photos project producing 360º Interactive Images and Point of Interest Photography.

When a local business introduces Google360 into their marketing mix, they enter a world of open invitation and transparency. Their inner workings, at least the inner workings of their work space, are exposed. We thought it would be an interesting project to feature these forward thinking businesses on Nashville’s World Wide Brand on the web, Nashville.com.

Today, we visit with Jonathon Marx, Director of Communication for the Nashville Symphony.

1 Symphony Place, Nashville, TN 37201‎  (615) 687-6400 NashvilleSymphony.org

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screen shot from Google Business Photos Virtual 360 Tour
http://goo.gl/maps/nuS8F

(N) What does the Symphony find most attractive about doing business in Nashville?

(Jonathon) Where do we even start to list all the reasons why we love Nashville, and why we love serving this community? Nashville is a vibrant city that values creativity and innovation, and we are so proud and genuinely fulfilled to work in such a diverse and thriving environment. We have it all here in Nashville — so many styles of music, so many arts organizations, so many outlets for creative expression — and Nashville Symphony feels honored to be part of the mix. We look forward to serving our community even more deeply and meaningfully in the months and years ahead, and we are excited about the possibilities for collaboration that are out there in this dynamic city of ours.

(N) When you decided to do the Google 360 Virtual Tour, what was your goal? What would you want people to see when they discover your profile?

(Jonathon) Our goal was to provide another point of access for the public. For people who are curious about our space, whether it’s because they’ve never been to a concert, or they’re considering the possibility of renting our building for an event, we want to provide them with an opportunity to learn more about our space and what we do here at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Our hope, of course, is that anyone who takes a Google 360 Virtual Tour will then want to experience the building in person!

Read the rest of Jonathon Marx's thoughts here at Nashville.com

View the Google 360 tour of the Schermerhorn Symphony Center here

 


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