The Louisville Orchestra presents:
DD Williamson NightLites - Latin Fever
Thursday, January 4, 2007 at 6:30 PM
Bob Bernhardt, conductor
Special Guest Performers - …al Sur
The Louisville Orchestra will be performing the DD Williamson NightLites Series - Latin Fever on Thursday, January 4th, 2007 at the Brown Theatre with conductor Bob Bernhardt and special guest …al Sur. This sizzling performance will feature George Gershwin's Cuban Overture, Leroy Anderson's Blue Tango, Manuel de Falla's "Final Dance" from Three-Cornered Hat: Suite No. 2 and many more. The DD Williamson NightLites Series explores the lighter side of classical music by bringing to life a variety themes, a different one each show.
Robert Bernhardt, Principal Pops Conductor, celebrates his 25th anniversary with the Louisville Orchestra this season. He began as Assistant Conductor in 1981, served as the Orchestra's Associate Conductor for most of the 1980s, and has worked with the Orchestra in every season since.
. . . al Sur is a music/dance ensemble specializing in the performance of original and traditional Spanish Flamenco art forms. Featuring some of the finest performers in the region, . . . al Sur presents high-octane dance, vocal, and instrumental numbers firmly rooted in the rich Andalusian gypsy tradition. Most numbers are original works composed by the ensemble and feature timbre colors ranging from expressive, exotic vocals and traditional dance footwork to frenetic guitar, throbbing percussion, and the plaintive tones of the bowed contrabass. The ensemble consists of Uraguayan vocalist/dancer Graciela Perrone (formerly of Ballet Espanol), guitarist Gareth Jones (formerly of Ballet Espanol), bassist Sid King (U of L faculty and formerly of the Louisville Orchestra), and percussionist Brian Kushmaul (Louisville Orchestra and U of L faculty).
Tickets for this performance are $20 - $26
Tickets are still available. To order please call the Louisville Orchestra at 502-587-8681 or www.LouisvilleOrchestra.org
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