FREE AT IROQUOIS AMPHITHEATER

Iroquois Amphitheater 1080 Amphitheatre Rd, Louisville

Kicking off the season with a free concert at Iroquois Amphitheater, the Louisville Orchestra celebrates with a colorful program of symphonic music. The featured soloist is pianist LARA DOWNES performing

FREE AT SHAWNEE PARK

Shawnee Park 4501 W. Broadway, Louisville, KY

Rhapsody in Blue, Music of John Williams and Leonard Bernstein are on the program for this free concert at Shawnee Park performed by the Louisville Orchestra. The featured soloist is

COFFEE: SWING, SWAGGER & SWAY

Kentucky Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

From smoky blues to exuberant big band, Teddy Abrams opens the LO Classics season with a big and brassy tribute to jazz in the classics. Concert Program Wynton MARSALIS: Violin

OPENING NIGHT: SWING, SWAGGER & SWAY

Kentucky Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

From smoky blues to exuberant big band, Opening Night: Swing, Swagger & Sway is a big and brassy tribute to jazz by Teddy and the LO. Wynton Marsalis’ concerto was

POPS OPENING NIGHT WITH KELLI O’HARA

Kentucky Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

We welcome the singing superstar of Broadway and Hollywood, Kelli O'Hara. Stage and screen star Kelli O’Hara has established herself as one of Broadway’s greatest leading ladies.  Her portrayal of

WOODFORD RESERVE + LOUISVILLE ORCHESTRA

Old Forester's Paristown Hall 724 Brent Street, Louisville, KY

A UNIQUE BLEND The Maestro’s Pick, Music, and Bourbon Join the Louisville Orchestra and Woodford Reserve to celebrate the finale of Bourbon Heritage Month with a Spectacle for the Senses

COFFEE: TEDDY TALKS SCHUMANN

Kentucky Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

Radical Romanticism. Creating passionate music that is brilliantly crafted, Robert Schuman was still a tortured soul who died in an asylum. For this work, his most innovative symphony, Schumann fused

OGLE: TEDDY TALKS SCHUMANN

Paul W. Ogle Cultural & Community Center at IUS 4201 Grant Line Rd, New Albany, IN

Radical Romanticism. Creating passionate music that is brilliantly crafted, Robert Schumann was still a tortured soul. Teddy Abrams deconstructs this masterwork with his engaging commentary to illuminate the genius of

TEDDY TALKS SCHUMANN

Kentucky Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

Radical Romanticism. Creating passionate music that is brilliantly crafted, Robert Schuman was still a tortured soul who died in an asylum. For this work, his most innovative symphony, Schumann fused

DISNEY IN CONCERT: MUSIC AND FILM

Kentucky Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

SUN 30 OCT at 3PM ::  Experience the magical enchantment of Disney classics performed by the Louisville Orchestra. Dreams really do come true as a cast of Broadway's brightest singing