Storm Large, Le Bonheur, Teddy Abrams and members of the Louisville Orchestra combined for a memorable show at the Mercury Ballroom.
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Storm Large brings her dramatic and powerful voice to the Mercury Ballroom for a night of free-spirited song, accompanied by Louisville Orchestra's Teddy Abrams.
The Louisville Orchestra's Pops series brings Live and Let Die: The Music of Paul McCartney to town in April.
Kentucky Opera's A Streetcar Named Desire succeeds with strong cast and the beautifully performed music of Andre Previn.
What do Rachmaninoff, Seth MacFarlane, Bela Fleck, and Leonard Bernstein have in common? They're all a part of Louisville Orchestra's 2015-2016 season.
Ben Folds and the Louisville Orchestra performed at the Kentucky Center 1/31 and it was amaze balls.
Singer songwriter Ben Folds to join with Louisville Orchestra, Jan. 31
This week the Louisville Orchestra will present a program that includes a world premiere from a young composer and a classic symphony of the Romantic era by Johannes Brahms.
Music Makes a City at Tim Faulkner Gallery is a free concert event coordinated by Louisville Orchestra Music Director Teddy Abrams and local hip-hop artist Jecorey Arthur. The lineup includes all local musicians from the University of Louisville Chamber Orchestra to indie royalty, Bonnie Prince Billy.
"Classical music is still relevant because the emotions it conveys are so deep and can be felt by anyone. When I play in another country, even though we don't speak the same language, they understand when I communicate through my playing. So it's also a way to unite people all over the world."
Mark your calendars with these live holiday music events all around Louisville, including choral, orchestral, dance, and musical plays.
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