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Rufus Wainwright

The Louisville Palace 625 S 4th St, Louisville

This fall, the Louisville Orchestra, in partnership with Louisville Public Media,  is delighted to present Rufus Wainwright: Want Symphonic at the Louisville Palace. Wainwright will perform a large selection of songs from both his “Want One” album from 2003 and “Want Two” album from 2004. GET TICKETS

FAMILY: Composing A Story

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

Have fun exploring the different elements of storytelling as you learn the key elements of creating music! From the fiery allure of Bizet's Carmen to the delightful tale of "Peter and the Wolf" by Prokofiev, and the heartwarming nostalgia of "I See The Light" from Disney's "Tangled," this symphonic journey promises to ignite imaginations and create lasting

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COFFEE: Lasting Legacies

Whitney Hall at the Kentucky Performing Arts Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

Compositions with family ties take the Whitney stage, beginning with pre-existing works from the second generation of our Creators Corps family. Gabriel Kahane, well known for blurring the lines between rock and classical, has written a beautifully personal piano concerto for his father, acclaimed pianist Jeffrey Kahane. GET TICKETS

NIGHTLITES: Lasting Legacies

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

Compositions with family ties take the Whitney stage, beginning with pre-existing works from the second generation of our Creators Corps family. Gabriel Kahane, well known for blurring the lines between rock and classical, has written a beautifully personal piano concerto for his father, acclaimed pianist Jeffrey Kahane. GET TICKETS

CLASSICS: Lasting Legacies

Whitney Hall at the Kentucky Performing Arts Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

Compositions with family ties take the Whitney stage, beginning with pre-existing works from the second generation of our Creators Corps family. Gabriel Kahane, well known for blurring the lines between rock and classical, has written a beautifully personal piano concerto for his father, acclaimed pianist Jeffrey Kahane. GET TICKETS

FILM: The Nightmare Before Christmas

Whitney Hall at the Kentucky Performing Arts Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

See one of Tim Burton’s most celebrated films projected on the big screen in its entirety with a dark and charming live musical score! Jason Seber, conductor Concert Program DANNY ELFMAN The Nightmare Before Christmas   Subscription packages are also available for purchase! GET TICKETS

POPS: Fright Night

Whitney Hall at the Kentucky Performing Arts Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

Get your tickets to a monstrous Halloween celebration, courtesy of the LO Pops.  Bob Bernhardt conducts musical selections that will send chills up your spine and have you shaking in your seats! You may find yourself sitting next to a vampire, a ghost, or even a zombie. But don’t let that unsettle you. GET TICKETS

COFFEE: (Un)Silent Film: Nosferatu & A Symphony of Horror

Whitney Hall at the Kentucky Performing Arts Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

Who doesn’t like scary shows, especially around Halloween?  The LO will take you on a frightening musical tour with a brand-new score to a terrifying classic film. Longtime collaborator with the LO, composer Sebastian Chang, will debut a chilling new film score for the iconic horror flick, Nosferatu. Join us for a truly horrific and unique musical evening! GET TICKETS

CLASSICS: (Un)Silent Film: Nosferatu & A Symphony of Horror

Whitney Hall at the Kentucky Performing Arts Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

Who doesn’t like scary shows, especially around Halloween?  The LO will take you on a frightening musical tour with a brand-new score to a terrifying classic film. Longtime collaborator with the LO, composer Sebastian Chang, will debut a chilling new film score for the iconic horror flick, Nosferatu. GET TICKETS

COFFEE: Bolero & Friends

Whitney Hall at the Kentucky Performing Arts Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

The LO welcomes famed guest conductor JoAnn Falletta for a program that is sure to captivate. The concert begins with one of Richard Strauss’s uplifting tone poems based on the German trickster, Till Eulenspeigel. The John Corigliano’s Clarinet Concerto will be performed by our very own principal clarinetist, Andrea Levine. Followed by a spectacular performance of Debussy’s Ibéria. GET TICKETS