Classics: Our Kentucky Home

Iroquois Amphitheater 1080 Amphitheatre Rd, Louisville

We open our Season celebrating many things Kentucky in this concert featuring composers, performers, and compositions related to our great Commonwealth! Included in the program is Murray, KY’s favorite son, mandolinist extraordinaire Chris Thile, who gives the Kentucky debut of a piece for mandolin and orchestra. GET TICKETS WITH PURCHASE OF SUBSCRIPTION

CLASSICS: Lasting Legacies

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. SUBSCRIBE NOW

CLASSICS: Bolero & Friends

Kentucky Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

The LO welcomes famed guest conductor JoAnn Faletta for a program that is sure to captivate. The concert begins with one of Richard Strauss’s most delightfully uplifting tone poems based on the legendary medieval German trickster, Till Eulenspeigel. SUBSCRIBE NOW

CLASSICS: Together In Song

Kentucky Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

Join us as we explore the music of praise and faith with a selection o works by Jewish composers and gospel arrangements performed by the St. Stephen Temple Choir! Teddy Abrams, conductor St. SUBSCRIBE NOW

CLASSICS: Magnificent Voices

Kentucky Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

J.S. Bach’s glorious setting of the text of the Song of the Virgin Mary Magnificat is a masterpiece of the Baroque choral repertoire. Performed with the Louisville Chamber Choir and the LO under the baton of Teddy Abrams, this is a performance that will live in memory. SUBSCRIBE NOW

CLASSICS: Mahler 6

Kentucky Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

Mahler himself declared he was ahead of his time musically.  Well, the world has caught up. Experience the musical wonder that is a Mahler symphony with Teddy Abrams and the LO. His Symphony No. 6 has enigmatically been nicknamed “Tragic” – but not by the composer. SUBSCRIBE NOW

CLASSICS: Creators Fest

Kentucky Center 501 W Main St, Louisville

The musical finale of the second year of one of the most important and innovative orchestral residential programs culminates this weekend in May. SUBSCRIBE NOW