The Nashville Symphony is reaching out to it's 10,000 Twitter followers hoping to create a buzz – allowing a select few patrons to tweet during the show for the first time.
What was once considered a social sin, the Symphony is using "tweet seats" to better their social media presence.
The Nashville Symphony enlisted some music lovers to take the conversation from the velvet seats to the twitterverse
"I think part of the experience talks about your own individual reaction to the music as if you were talking to a friend who just couldn't be there but wants to be there with you," said Lora Stevenson, one of the designated tweeters.
The Symphony said that after the first show of the season, the tweet seat project went well, getting several retweets and creating more buzz for the Schermerhorn.