This Elixir from Kentucky Opera is sweet and light with hummable tunes and a fine cast. Tenor Victor Ryan Robertson and soprano Emily Albrink shine as the would-be lovers in this comic opera.
The Louisville Orchestra presents a special program of music this Friday, honoring our city's place in modern classical music history, as documented in the film, Music Makes a City, now playing in New York.
Indie rock band The National stops at the Brown Theater on Monday, September 27, touring behind their latest critically praised release, High Violet. Violinist and singer Owen Pallett will open.
Kentucky Opera's performance of two classic tales of love -- Italian style -- is beautiful to both the eye and ear. Just don't use them as a model for handling your own romantic disappointments.
Native Texan Michael Mayes will perform the role of Silvio in I Pagliacci for Kentucky Opera on September 24 and 26. He explains how playing football led to his singing career and why he draws inspiration from Elvis Presley.
Singer and songwriter Josh Ritter took some time out for an interview about his latest release, So Runs the World Away. His current tour brings him to the Brown Theater, May 17.
Visit your old friends at Sesame Street Live, then hit the kids' consignment sale at Highland Presbyterian and top it all off with the sashimi pizza at Dragon King's Daughter.
This weekend the Derby Festival Spelling Bee, Louisville Youth Orchestra and 2010 Kentuckiana Cluster All Breed Dog Show will pique the interests of adults and kids.
Everyone loves a circus. Well...except for a rather large percentage of the population who suffer from coulrophobia, or a fear of clowns.
Bummed that you can't drag the kiddies to see Pauly D from Jersey Shore at Sully's Saloon this weekend? Well, here are some fun activities for the weekend that will keep you busy and entertain your children...
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