Do you have a musically inclined kid? If so, Classical 90.5 is seeking talent for its Young Artist Competition!
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.
The Louisville Orchestra has been using social media to recruit new musicians. *UPDATE* The Louisville Orchestra has announced it will start hiring new musicians this month!
The Louisville Civic Orchestra performed Irish inspired repertoire for St. Patrick's Day.
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.
With the Louisville Orchestra's current situation being less than ideal, some people find the future of classical arts in Louisville to be very dim.
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.
Single ticket sales for Kentucky Opera's 2011-2012 season are now available. First up, the racy and rousing Carmen by George Bizet.
Louisville Orchestra performs Mozart and Dvorak in program celebrating the great musical heritage of Prague.
Whether its classical, sacred, or pops, some people need a little music to help ring in the season. Here's a guide to upcoming holiday music events in Louisville.