U of L's School of Music presents Diologues of the Carmelites this weekend.
Kentucky Opera presented a beautiful production of Cinderella at the Brown Theater. Sunday's matinee performance is your last chance to see it.
Despite the overly misogynist message, the two hundred year old opera is delivered with a wonderful enthusiasm by gifted students.
University of Louisville’s School of Music puts on the Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart opera centering on the humorous vulnerabilities of young romance.
Ten foot tall puppets sing "Les Sauvages" with exquisite grace and complimented by an outstanding period instrument ensemble.
French baroque opera, full baroque orchestra, and giant animal puppet actors... an opera event you won't want to miss.
Kentucky Opera presented its last production of the season, Franz Lehar's The Merry Widow. Full of fin de siecle excess and broad comedy, it's more musical theater than opera.
The show must go on for Kentucky Opera, even without an orchestra. The Marriage of Figaro opened Friday night at the Brown Theatre.
Former Kentucky Opera General Director Thomson Smillie wants to win new opera fans with his congenial guidebook to better appreciation of the art form. Brush up on the basics just in time for next week's production of Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro.
Michael Mayes takes the stage as dashing bullfighter Escamillo. for Kentucky Opera's Carmen. Here he talks about being chased by an actual bull, posing for a pinup calendar, and promoting the art form in an information age.
Louis Andriessen to discuss opera, experimental music at School of Music.
Yunah Lee commands this production of Madama Butterfly in the title role for Kentucky Opera. Puccini's exquisite melodies and an affecting performance make this a show not to miss.