The latest Music Makes a City web episode highlights a night at the Tim Faulkner Gallery, when Louisville musicians from all genres came together for a night of collaboration and celebration.
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.
Joe Henry plays Headliners Music Hall next Tuesday, Jan. 20, touring behind his latest acclaimed album, Invisiible Hour.
Birmingham sextet the Banditos won over the crowd at Zanzabar Saturday night with a set of southern roots music at its most eclectic.
The Banditos will play southern rock at Zanzabar this Saturday, December 20. This promising southern rock band will release their debut album in 2015.
Local restaurants and musicians donate their time and talents to benefit the Coalition for the Homeless this Thursday at the Clifton Center.
The New Vintage hosts a free show by indie pop band Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden this Thursday, Dec. 4.
Music Makes a City at Tim Faulkner Gallery is a free concert event coordinated by Louisville Orchestra Music Director Teddy Abrams and local hip-hop artist Jecorey Arthur. The lineup includes all local musicians from the University of Louisville Chamber Orchestra to indie royalty, Bonnie Prince Billy.
Mark your calendars with these live holiday music events all around Louisville, including choral, orchestral, dance, and musical plays.