Joshua Bell and the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields performed an electrifying all Beethoven program.
Virtuoso violinist, Joshua Bell, and the world renowned Academy of St. Martin in the Fields will be gracing the Kentucky Center's Whitney Hall this Wednesday.
From the movies to the live stage comes Shrek, now playing at Kentucky Center.
Louisville Ballet closes its season with Rite of Spring, as well as old and new favorites, taking place this weekend only.
The virtues of a former convict are tested in Les Miserables, the PNC Broadway Across America production that begins at Kentucky Center tomorrow night.
Please welcome to the stage, ABBA. The pop group's music is featured in the Broadway Across America production of Mamma Mia, which will begin tomorrow.
Butter up your honey for Valentine's Day with a little musical poetry from Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt, performing an acoustic show together at Whitney Hall on February 13 at 7:00 p.m.
A boy and girl romance to an 80s soundtrack in Rock of Ages, the Broadway Across America show set to begin tomorrow at Kentucky Center.
A beautiful young lady, a handsome young man, and a mouse king all can be found in Louisville Ballet's performace of The Brown-Foreman Nutcracker, which opens on Satuday.
Last night in Louisville's Whitney Hall Get the Led Out: The American Led Zeppelin and its seven musicians provided three hours of Zeppelin classics that were eerily close to the actual album cuts.
On April 25, 1977, Led Zeppelin performed in front of 19,000 at Freedom Hall. That was the last time hard rock's most infamous group visited Louisville and with talks of a reunion tour squashed by Robert Plant, chances are Louisvillians won't get a chance to see the three remaining members together in Louisville again. However, Zeppelin's best-known tribute band, Get the Led Out will be making a stop at Whitney Hall this Friday.