Kentucky Opera A Woman in Moracco

Kentucky Opera’s ‘A Woman in Morocco’ is Complex and Challenging

May 15, 2015

Kentucky Opera concludes its 2014-15 season with a new production of the 2014 opera “A Woman in Morocco,” by composer Daron Hagen and librettist Barbara Grecki, as part of its Composer Workshop series. Read Story


Kentucky Opera’s ‘A Woman in Morocco’ Explores Human Trafficking

May 12, 2015

Kentucky Opera wraps up its season this week with "A Woman in Morocco," a contemporary opera that takes on themes of human trafficking and domestic violence. Read Story


Louisville Orchestra Strikes the Right Balance With Beethoven

April 25, 2015

The Louisville Orchestra concludes its 2014-2015 season this week featuring Time for Three, John Williams’ The Cowboys overture and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5, Op. 67. Read Story


Louisville Orchestra Ends Season with Block Party (That’s Been Moved Indoors)

April 24, 2015

The Louisville Orchestra is taking it to the streets for the final performance of their 2014-15 season, with a block party on Saturday evening. Read Story

Emerson String Quartet

Long Breaks Zap Energy from Emerson String Quartet Performance in Louisville

April 14, 2015

The celebrated Emerson String Quartet returned to Louisville on Sunday for their second performance in as many years, this time as part of the Chamber Music Society of Louisville’s concert series at Comstock Hall (their last performance was with the Louisville Orchestra). Read Story

Louisville Orchestra Offers Discovery in the Old and New

March 10, 2015

WUOL's Daniel Gilliam reviews the Louisville Orchestra's latest performance: "Teddy Abrams continues to show that orchestra concerts don’t have to be formulaic, and that discovery manifest in different ways." Read Story


How the Louisville Orchestra Is Trying To Reach Younger Audiences

March 9, 2015

The Louisville Orchestra has added new elements to a 75-year-old program offered this year to thousands of Louisville area students. Read Story

Louisville Orchestra Shows Intrepid Choice and Command

February 24, 2015

Jorge Mester, very aware of the light crowd, was grateful for the “intrepid” audience and musicians in attendance. Read Story

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


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

Remembering Louisville Musician Rachel Blanton

December 28, 2014

Rachel Blanton, a musician who performed with or contributed to numerous Louisville groups, died Thursday. Read Story