Come out this Saturday for an evening full of fun activities for the whole family!
The Louisville Orchestra is performing with Las Vegas-based Journey tribute band Faithfully at Iroquois Amphitheater on Fourth of July weekend!
Fund for the Arts brought clips of the arts right to your phone, laptop, and tablet through the use of social media.
The show must go on...Louisville Orchestra's season ending block party is moving inside the KCFA's lobby.
Come down to Main Street for music of all genres and ages as well as an outdoor telecast viewing of the Louisville Orchestra's performance.
The Louisville Orchestra's Pops series brings the music of Paul McCartney to the Kentucky Center. Keep reading for a review of the show.
Storm Large, Le Bonheur, Teddy Abrams and members of the Louisville Orchestra combined for a memorable show at the Mercury Ballroom.
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Storm Large brings her dramatic and powerful voice to the Mercury Ballroom for a night of free-spirited song, accompanied by Louisville Orchestra's Teddy Abrams.
The Louisville Orchestra's Pops series brings Live and Let Die: The Music of Paul McCartney to town in April.
Kentucky Opera's A Streetcar Named Desire succeeds with strong cast and the beautifully performed music of Andre Previn.
What do Rachmaninoff, Seth MacFarlane, Bela Fleck, and Leonard Bernstein have in common? They're all a part of Louisville Orchestra's 2015-2016 season.