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Twelve year old Ty Jackson has performed with the Nashville Symphony on numerous occasions, including a recent recording of George Gershwin’s Porgy & Bess. He is also a member of the Nashville Boy Choir at Vanderbilt University’s Blair School of Music where he has been a featured soloist on tour in Germany and at Walt Disney Word, Florida. He currently studies with Murray and Hazel Somerville as well as Muzetta Swann. Ty also enjoys theater and performed the lead rôle in a local production of Oliver! He studies guitar, violin and dance at The Main Stage, where he is a member of the string ensemble, and a national champion clogger. He is a member of the acoustic group, Green on the Vyne, in which he sings and plays rhythm guitar. He has toured with this group to Georgia and locally, and performed at the 2008 International Bluegrass Music Association Awards Show in Nashville.

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