Louisville Orchestra Presents World Premiere of Chang Symphony

February 1, 2015

Teddy Abrams led the Louisville Orchestra on Thursday and Friday in two symphonies: one premiere and the other one of the most performed since its premiere in 1876. Read Story

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Community Complaints Against Louisville Metro Police Decline Sharply

February 1, 2015

As a national debate about law enforcement practices gripped the nation, formal complaints by community members against Louisville Metro Police were at a five-year low. Read Story

Kentucky Derby Museum Celebrates Jockey Isaac Burns Murphy

January 31, 2015

Isaac Burns Murphy was known as the “Prince of Jockeys"—the Kentucky native and mounted three Kentucky Derby winners during his career. Read Story

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Here Are the Plans For the Louisville Orchestra’s 2015-16 Season

January 30, 2015

There is nothing restrained or timid next season—this is not an orchestra playing it safe. In fact, one could argue that this season is full of risks, artistically and financially. Read Story

Celebration Planned for Thomas Merton’s 100th Birthday

January 30, 2015

The Center for Interfaith Relations is hosting a birthday celebration for the late Thomas Merton, the world-renowned author and monk at the Abbey of Gethsemani in Trappist, Kentucky. Read Story