Not every town can field a plausible community orchestra, but of course Music City provides the Nashville Philharmonic Orchestra with an unusually rich pool of performers to draw from. Kelly Corcoran, now associate conductor of the Nashville Symphony, founded the volunteer group in 2004, and the well-respected conductor, percussionist, and Belmont professor Chris Norton has led the orchestra since 2008. Norton has put together a winter-themed program including music of Tchaikovsky, Glazunov and others. Concertmaster Rebecca Willie takes the solo part in Dvořák’s lovely Romance for Violin and Orchestra, which is not especially wintery but is a wonderful example of the Czech composer’s winning way with slow movements. The Mt. Zion Baptist Church Choir joins in for some “Glorious Songs of Old,” in a varied program that should appeal to a wide age range. Admission is free.