It may be THE artistic event of the season - it's certainly a unique opportunity to see an epic of 20th Century music. The Louisville Orchestra, led by Teddy Abrams, presents Leonard Bernstein's Mass, featuring baritone Jubilant Sykes.
There are sure to be some hot tickets for the upcoming arts season. Lots of home-grown artists are in the mix, including Will Oldham, Jalin Roze, school choirs and bands, and community arts groups.
Elizabeth Batton won a Metropolitan Opera competition in 2000 to launch her successful career as a mezzo-soprano. She takes the home stage at Kentucky Opera this week for André Previn's adaptation of A Streetcar Named Desire.
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.
Cool free event alert: Tickets for the one-act comedic play are free (but must be reserved). You'll want to be a part of this theater/radio/podcast production.
And it's the rhapsody you haven't heard.
Teddy Abrams' inaugural performance with the Louisville Orchestra is not to be missed!
A very high-proof selection.
Giant talents are making their ways to town this season!
The School of Music's young chamber series presents the best of string and piano music in its upcoming year.
A new music director, a new concert series, a new start.
The School of Music's youth string program is among the best in the nation.
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