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STAR WARS “RETURN OF THE JEDI”

Kentucky Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

ICONIC SCORE PERFORMED LIVE TO FILM The Louisville Orchestra will present Star Wars: Return of the Jedi in Concert featuring a screening of the complete film with Oscar®-winning composer John Williams’ musical score performed live to the film by the Louisville Orchestra. The concert will be led by acclaimed conductor Jason Seber Tickets on sale

COFFEE: SWING, SWAGGER & SWAY

Kentucky Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

From smokey 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 Concerto in D Igor STRAVINSKY: Symphony in Three Movements Teddy Abrams, conductor Tessa Lark, violin

OPENING NIGHT: SWING, SWAGGER & SWAY

Kentucky Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

From smoky blues to exuberant big band, this concert is a big and brassy tribute to jazz by Teddy and the LO. Wynton Marsalis’ concerto was described as “shades of Americana” by his collaborator violinist Nicola Benedetti. The music dips and dives through movements titled “Rhapsody,” “Rondo,” “Blues,” and “Hootenanny” to celebrate styles from Jazz

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 Anna Loenowens in The King and I garnered her the 2015 Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, along with Grammy, Drama League,

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 4 movements of a traditional symphony into one flow of music in a move that surprised the music-loving public of his time. Though the music

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 this composer and this symphony. Concert Program Robert SCHUMAN:  Symphony No 4 Teddy Abrams, conductor

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 4 movements of a traditional symphony into one flow of music in a move that surprised the music-loving public of his time. Though the music

FAMILY: Philharmonia Fantastique

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

Philharmonia Fantastique: The Making of the Orchestra presents an animated film with a live orchestra to introduce the instruments and orchestral music to children. A sparkling blend of modern animation and the beauty of the orchestra is hosted in the film by a delightful and magical sprite who engages with questions and stories. The dynamic

OGLE: TCHAIKOVSKY’S 4th

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

Many composers have addressed the concept of "Fate" and in this symphony, Tchaikovsky does the same. His struggle with his destiny within the society of his time paints a vivid and dramatic image of his life. Ultimately ending with notes of happiness, the work expresses a full range of emotions. Concert Program Modest MUSSORGSKY (arr.

CLASSICS: TCHAIKOVSKY’S 4th

Kentucky Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

The drama of fate, creation, and destiny lifts this program to celestial heights. We welcome guest conductor Ruth Reinhardt -- assistant conductor of the Dallas Symphony, Dudamel Fellow at the LA Phil, and guest conductor of orchestras here and in Europe. She's selected a powerful program for Louisville that features pianist/composer Timo Andres as the