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In Harmony Tour: Campbellsville

Tuesday, July 9, 2024 7:30pm

Event Description

We regret to inform you that the Music Without Borders concert scheduled for Saturday, April 13 at the California Community Center has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.

However, the MWOB series continues with two not-to-be-missed performances:

  1. Thursday, April 11, 7:30pm at The Jeffersonian
  2. Friday, April 12, 7:30pm at St. Vincent De Paul Family Success Center.

These upcoming concerts feature the unique collaboration between the Louisville Orchestra and Hip-Hop N2 Learning (HHN2L), with special performances by the LO Rap School. Highlighting the evening are compositions by Tanner Porter and Alex Berko from the LO Creators Corps, alongside classics by Leonard Bernstein and W.A. Mozart, culminating in a dynamic blend of music that transcends genres. Join us for an unforgettable evening that celebrates the unity and creativity of music across boundaries.

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Event Venue

Private: Taylor County High School
2705 Hodgenville Rd
Campbellsville, KY 42718 United States

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ROARchestra is back! Your Louisville Orchestra and your Louisville Zoo have partnered again to present a wildly entertaining musical evening. Bring your blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy live music under the stars at the Zoo’s renovated Oasis Stage.

Under the baton of conductor Teddy Abrams, we will present a vibrant mix of classical and contemporary pieces. Experience the rhythm and soul of America through performances by vocalists Jason Clayborn, Daria Raymore, Teaira Dunn, CeCe Dunn, and Latiana Clayborn. Enjoy Bernstein’s energetic On the Town, the sweeping beauty of Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9, and timeless hits by legends like James Brown, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, and Lionel Richie.

Zoo opens at 7:00 PM (Enjoy Zoo grounds until 8:00 PM)
Concert begins at 8:30 PM (expected ending 10:00 PM)

Food and beverages will be available for purchase. 
No outside alcohol permitted.
No refunds, rainchecks, or exchanges for this Zoo fundraiser.

Performers

Jason Clayborn

Jason Clayborn, a Louisville native and the oldest of six, has deep gospel music roots. His grandmother, Wilma Clayborn, was the first female gospel DJ at a local radio station and owned a gospel music record store. Jason started singing and playing drums at church and the National Convention of Gospel Choirs and Choruses. He has toured with national artists, including Dr. Ron Kenoly, and was part of the hip-hop gospel group, The Righteous Riders, signed to Tyscot Records in 2002. Clayborn has been nominated for three GMA awards and a Stellar Award, and has appeared on BET, TBN, and as a spokesperson for Kellogg’s Choir Competition.

Daria Raymore

Daria Raymore is a singer from Louisville, Ky. She has been singing and performing her whole life. Raymore is well known for her undeniable vocal talent and art. She has sung for lots of different events all across the world. She has toured in different countries, she has recorded many albums. But one she is most proud of is her very own (untitled) album that she is currently working on. She released her first music video on Sep. 18 2022! She has performed with the Louisville Orchestra with her brother, Jason Clayborn. Raymore is a seasoned artist, who was raised by a musically inclined family. Raymore’s passion for music is the epitome of her craft.

ROARchestra Program

Leonard Bernstein

Experience the exhilaration with “Three Dance Episodes from On the Town,” featuring the lively “The Great Lover” and the iconic “Times Square: 1944.”

Antonín Dvorák

Dive deep into the emotional landscape with the powerful first movement, “Adagio-Allegro Molto,” from Symphony No.9 in E minor.

Soul Classics Reimagined

  • Soul-stirring performances and electrifying arrangements by Gabriel Globus-Hoenich of hits like:
  • “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” and “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” (by Carole King and Ashford & Simpson), featuring vocalists Jason Clayborn and Daria Raymore.
  • “Cold Sweat” (originally by James Brown), featuring vocalist Jason Clayborn
  • “Rock Steady” (by Aretha Franklin), performed by Daria Raymore
  • “Sir Duke” (by Stevie Wonder), featuring vocalist Jason Clayborn
  • The romantic duet “Endless Love” (by Lionel Richie), performed by Jason Clayborn and Daria Raymore.

Contemporary Works

  1. Creator Corps Composer, Tyler Taylor’s introspective “…Do you really wanna know?…”, inspired by Tytianna Wells’ poignant “American Dream” and commissioned by the Louisville Orchestra in 2021.
  2. Teddy Abrams’ “Overture to The Greatest,” a dynamic new composition from Music Director Teddy Abrams.

 

Terms of Use and Refunds

All actvities are seasonal and subject to the cooperation of the weather, animals, & Zoo maintenance. This ticket is one time use for ROARchestra, a special after-hours event. 

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Event Venue

Private: Taylor County High School
2705 Hodgenville Rd
Campbellsville, KY 42718 United States

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Play America
July 5th, 2024 at America Place at River Ridge
Sponsored by the Jasteka Cultural Center

6:00 – 8:00 PM – Food Trucks & Family Field
8:00 – 10:00 PM – Louisville Orchestra Concert Conducted by Teddy Abrams

Teddy Abrams, conductor
Jason Clayborn, vocalist
Daria Raymore, vocalist
Teaira Dunn, CeCe Dunn, Latiana Clayborn, vocalists

Join us for The Louisville Orchestra’s free Independence Day Weekend Community Concert, “Play America!” on July 5th, 2024, at America Place at River Ridge. Sponsored by the Jasteka Cultural Center, this family-friendly event promises an evening filled with diverse and dynamic music.

The Louisville Orchestra, under the baton of conductor Teddy Abrams, will present a vibrant mix of classical and contemporary pieces. Experience the rhythm and soul of America through dynamic performances by vocalists Jason Clayborn, Daria Raymore, Teaira Dunn, CeCe Dunn, and Latiana Clayborn.

This musical journey spans time and genres, featuring Bernstein’s energetic *On the Town*, the sweeping beauty of Dvořák’s *Symphony No. 9*, and timeless hits by legends like James Brown, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, and Lionel Richie.

Play America is more than a concert; it’s a Free family and community event that promises to be a highlight of your summer. The festival includes a variety of food and beverage trucks, offering delicious options for everyone under the shade of tents and with picnic tables available.

Food and Drinks:
Enjoy a variety of delicious options from our food trucks, with picnic tables and shaded tents available:

  • Spotz Gelato – Cool off with artisanal gelato
  • Kona Ice – Enjoy refreshing shaved ice
  • Bamba Eggroll – Delight in unique and tasty eggrolls
  • Ramiro’s Cantina & Bar – Savor authentic Mexican flavors
  • Big Moe’s BBQ – Feast on smoky, tender barbecue
  • Hot Buns – Indulge in gourmet sandwiches

Family Field:
Bring the whole family for an evening of fun activities, including:

  • Community Musical Performances
  • Balloon creations
  • Bounce houses
  • Louisville Orchestra Crafts
  • Face painting and more!
  • Don’t miss out on this vibrant musical celebration with activities for everyone!

FREE Event
Tickets are not required, but registration is recommended.
By registering, you’ll receive important updates about parking, the program, and event details. 

Bring your lawn chairs and blankets to relax and soak in the festive atmosphere. There will also be a hospitality tent providing sunscreen, first aid, and other essentials. Parking is free, and we encourage you to bring your own bottles of water. For everyone’s safety and comfort, please note that no dogs are allowed.

Come and be part of this vibrant musical celebration. “Play America!” is more than a concert; it’s a festival experience that promises to be a highlight of your summer. Don’t miss out on this wonderful event!

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No outside alcohol will be permitted.
No raincheck. No pets permitted.

Program

Leonard BernsteiN

Experience the exhilaration with “Three Dance Episodes from On the Town,” featuring the lively “The Great Lover” and the iconic “Times Square: 1944.”

Antonín Dvorák

Dive deep into the emotional landscape with the powerful first movement, “Adagio-Allegro Molto,” from Symphony No.9 in E minor.

soul Classics Reimagined

Soul-stirring performances and electrifying arrangements by Gabriel Globus-Hoenich of hits like:

  • “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” and “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” (by Carole King and Ashford & Simpson), featuring vocalists Jason Clayborn and Daria Raymore.
  • “Cold Sweat” (originally by James Brown), featuring vocalist Jason Clayborn
  • “Rock Steady” (by Aretha Franklin), performed by Daria Raymore
  • “Sir Duke” (by Stevie Wonder), featuring vocalist Jason Clayborn
  • The romantic duet “Endless Love” (by Lionel Richie), performed by Jason Clayborn and Daria Raymore.

Contemporary Works

Creator Corps Composer, Tyler Taylor’s introspective “…Do you really wanna know?…”, inspired by Tytianna Wells’ poignant “American Dream” and commissioned by the Louisville Orchestra in 2021.

 


Sponsored by the Jasteka Cultural Center

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Event Venue

Private: Taylor County High School
2705 Hodgenville Rd
Campbellsville, KY 42718 United States

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Event Description

*Please note that this event takes place at 7:30 PM Central Time

Experience the magic of the Louisville Orchestra’s “In Harmony Commonwealth Tour” this September, as we bring a symphonic celebration to communities across Kentucky. Led by Resident Conductor, Gabriel Lefkowitz, this tour features a spectacular program that blends the vibrancy of classical masterpieces with special guest artist and Kentuckian native, Ben Sollee. Over the last two decades, Sollee has distinguished himself as a multi-faceted creative, blurring the lines between music, tech, and activism. We can’t wait to have him join us on stage this September! 

As we journey through the heart of Kentucky, prepare to be moved by the power of music and the spirited performances that only the Louisville Orchestra can deliver. Join us for a celebration of great music and community spirit—this is an event not to be missed! 

Gabriel Lefkowitz, Resident Conductor 

 

Learn More About In Harmony Tour

 


The Kentucky “In Harmony” tour is made possible through a partnership with the Kentucky General Assembly in conjunction with the Tourism, Arts, and Heritage Cabinet.

Additional support from:
Eleanor Bingham Miller
Brook and Pam Smith
Lindy B. Street
Anonymous

Lead funding for the LOCC provided by The Mellon Foundation

Additional significant support provided by:

Owsley Brown II Family Foundation

Owsley Brown III Philanthropic Foundation

William and Susan Yarmuth

William M Wood Foundation

Edie Nixon

Ted and Mary Nixon

All Events

Event Venue

Private: Taylor County High School
2705 Hodgenville Rd
Campbellsville, KY 42718 United States

Event Categories

Event Description

*Please note that this event takes place at 7:30 PM Central Time

Experience the magic of the Louisville Orchestra’s “In Harmony Commonwealth Tour” this September, as we bring a symphonic celebration to communities across Kentucky. Led by Resident Conductor, Gabriel Lefkowitz, this tour features a spectacular program that blends the vibrancy of classical masterpieces with special guest artist and Kentuckian native, Ben Sollee. Over the last two decades, Sollee has distinguished himself as a multi-faceted creative, blurring the lines between music, tech, and activism. We can’t wait to have him join us on stage this September! 

As we journey through the heart of Kentucky, prepare to be moved by the power of music and the spirited performances that only the Louisville Orchestra can deliver. Join us for a celebration of great music and community spirit—this is an event not to be missed! 

Gabriel Lefkowitz, Resident Conductor 

 

Learn More About In Harmony Tour

 


The Kentucky “In Harmony” tour is made possible through a partnership with the Kentucky General Assembly in conjunction with the Tourism, Arts, and Heritage Cabinet.

Additional support from:
Eleanor Bingham Miller
Brook and Pam Smith
Lindy B. Street
Anonymous

Lead funding for the LOCC provided by The Mellon Foundation

Additional significant support provided by:

Owsley Brown II Family Foundation

Owsley Brown III Philanthropic Foundation

William and Susan Yarmuth

William M Wood Foundation

Edie Nixon

Ted and Mary Nixon

All Events

Event Venue

Private: Taylor County High School
2705 Hodgenville Rd
Campbellsville, KY 42718 United States

Event Categories

Event Description

Experience the magic of the Louisville Orchestra’s “In Harmony Commonwealth Tour” this July, as we bring a symphonic celebration to communities across Kentucky. Led by the dynamic Teddy Abrams, this tour features a spectacular program that blends the vibrancy of classical masterpieces with soulful pop hits, promising a series of performances that resonate with audiences of all tastes. Begin with Leonard Bernstein’s energetic “Three Dance Episodes from On the Town,” and dive into the profound depths of Dvorak’s Symphony No.9. Revel in soul-stirring renditions of classics by Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, and Lionel Richie, performed by the incredible vocalists Jason Clayborn and Daria Raymore. Each concert promises to be a unique fusion of classical virtuosity and timeless soul, featuring hits like “Endless Love,” “It’s A Man’s World,” and “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.”

As we journey through the heart of Kentucky, prepare to be moved by the power of music and the spirited performances that only the Louisville Orchestra can deliver. Join us for a celebration of great music and community spirit—this is an event not to be missed!

Teddy Abrams, conductor
Jason Clayborn, vocalist
Daria Raymore, vocalist
Cyntahva Archie, backup singer
Latiana Clayborn, backup singer
Raymond Jeffries, backup singer

 

*This event is sold out! Please call the The Stephen Foster Story Box Office at (502) 348-5971 to be added to the waitlist. Thank you!

 

Program

Leonard BernsteiN

Experience the exhilaration with “Three Dance Episodes from On the Town,” featuring the lively “The Great Lover” and the iconic “Times Square: 1944.”

Antonín Dvorák

Dive deep into the emotional landscape with the powerful first movement, “Adagio-Allegro Molto,” from Symphony No.9 in E minor.

soul Classics Reimagined

Soul-stirring performances and electrifying arrangements by Gabriel Globus-Hoenich of hits like:

  • “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” and “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” (by Carole King and Ashford & Simpson), featuring vocalists Jason Clayborn and Daria Raymore.
  • “Cold Sweat” (originally by James Brown), featuring vocalist Jason Clayborn
  • “Rock Steady” (by Aretha Franklin), performed by Daria Raymore
  • “Sir Duke” (by Stevie Wonder), featuring vocalist Jason Clayborn
  • The romantic duet “Endless Love” (by Lionel Richie), performed by Jason Clayborn and Daria Raymore.

Contemporary Works

  • Creator Corps Composer, Tyler Taylor’s introspective “…Do you really wanna know?…”, inspired by Tytianna Wells’ poignant “American Dream” and commissioned by the Louisville Orchestra in 2021.
  • Teddy Abrams’ “Overture to The Greatest,” a dynamic new composition from Music Director Teddy Abrams.

Join us as the Louisville Orchestra melds classical finesse with soulful hits in a tour that brings our state’s communities together through music. Don’t miss this free event where the LO blends old and new, and where every note promises to touch the heart and lift the spirit!

 

Join Us For A Free Community Events Before The Concert:

**Please note that these events take place the day before the concert on Saturday, July 13th.

Bullitt COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY AT 11:00 AM (eST)

Join us for a Once Upon An Orchestra reading of Llama Destroys the World performed by a LO Woodwind Quintet made up of Matt Karr, Kathy Karr, Ernie Gross, Jennifer Potochnic, and Jon Gustely.
(Library Address: 311 Snapp St., Mount Washington, KY 40047)

Nelson COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY AT 1:00 pM (eST)

Join us for a Once Upon An Orchestra reading of Bunny’s Book Club the World performed by a LO String Quartet made up of Dillon Welch, Heather Thomas, Evan Vicic, Cecilia Huerta-Lauf.
(Library Address: 210 Cathedral Manor, Bardstown, KY 40004)

 

Learn More About In Harmony Tour

 


The Kentucky “In Harmony” tour is made possible through a partnership with the Kentucky General Assembly in conjunction with the Tourism, Arts, and Heritage Cabinet.

Additional support from:
Eleanor Bingham Miller
Brook and Pam Smith
Lindy B. Street
Anonymous

All Events

Event Venue

Private: Taylor County High School
2705 Hodgenville Rd
Campbellsville, KY 42718 United States

Event Categories

Event Description

Experience the magic of the Louisville Orchestra’s “In Harmony Commonwealth Tour” this July, as we bring a symphonic celebration to communities across Kentucky. Led by the dynamic Teddy Abrams, this tour features a spectacular program that blends the vibrancy of classical masterpieces with soulful pop hits, promising a series of performances that resonate with audiences of all tastes. Begin with Leonard Bernstein’s energetic “Three Dance Episodes from On the Town,” and dive into the profound depths of Dvorak’s Symphony No.9. Revel in soul-stirring renditions of classics by Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, and Lionel Richie, performed by the incredible vocalists Jason Clayborn and Daria Raymore. Each concert promises to be a unique fusion of classical virtuosity and timeless soul, featuring hits like “Endless Love,” “It’s A Man’s World,” and “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.”

As we journey through the heart of Kentucky, prepare to be moved by the power of music and the spirited performances that only the Louisville Orchestra can deliver. Join us for a celebration of great music and community spirit—this is an event not to be missed!

Teddy Abrams, conductor
Jason Clayborn, vocalist
Daria Raymore, vocalist
Raymond Jeffries, backup singer
Cyntahva Archie, backup singer
Asia Peeples, backup singer

Program

Leonard BernsteiN

Experience the exhilaration with “Three Dance Episodes from On the Town,” featuring the lively “The Great Lover” and the iconic “Times Square: 1944.”

Antonín Dvorák

Dive deep into the emotional landscape with the powerful first movement, “Adagio-Allegro Molto,” from Symphony No.9 in E minor.

soul Classics Reimagined

Soul-stirring performances and electrifying arrangements by Gabriel Globus-Hoenich of hits like:

  • “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” and “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” (by Carole King and Ashford & Simpson), featuring vocalists Jason Clayborn and Daria Raymore.
  • “Cold Sweat” (originally by James Brown), featuring vocalist Jason Clayborn
  • “Rock Steady” (by Aretha Franklin), performed by Daria Raymore
  • “Sir Duke” (by Stevie Wonder), featuring vocalist Jason Clayborn
  • The romantic duet “Endless Love” (by Lionel Richie), performed by Jason Clayborn and Daria Raymore.

Contemporary Works

  • Creator Corps Composer, Tyler Taylor’s introspective “…Do you really wanna know?…”, inspired by Tytianna Wells’ poignant “American Dream” and commissioned by the Louisville Orchestra in 2021.
  • Teddy Abrams’ “Overture to The Greatest,” a dynamic new composition from Music Director Teddy Abrams.

Join us as the Louisville Orchestra melds classical finesse with soulful hits in a tour that brings our state’s communities together through music. Don’t miss this free event where the LO blends old and new, and where every note promises to touch the heart and lift the spirit!

 

Join Us For A Free Community Event Before The Concert:

Spencer COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY AT 3:00 pM (eST)

Join us for a Once Upon An Orchestra reading of Llama Destroys the World performed by a LO Woodwind Quintet made up of Matt Karr, Kathy Karr, Ernie Gross, Jennifer Potochnic, and Jon Gustely.
(Library Address: 168 Taylorsville Rd., Taylorsville, KY 40071)

 

Learn More About In Harmony Tour

 


The Kentucky “In Harmony” tour is made possible through a partnership with the Kentucky General Assembly in conjunction with the Tourism, Arts, and Heritage Cabinet.

Additional support from:
Eleanor Bingham Miller
Brook and Pam Smith
Lindy B. Street
Anonymous

All Events

Event Venue

Private: Taylor County High School
2705 Hodgenville Rd
Campbellsville, KY 42718 United States

Event Categories

Event Description

*Please note that this event takes place at 7:30 PM Central Time

Experience the magic of the Louisville Orchestra’s “In Harmony Commonwealth Tour” this July, as we bring a symphonic celebration to communities across Kentucky. Led by the dynamic Teddy Abrams, this tour features a spectacular program that blends the vibrancy of classical masterpieces with soulful pop hits, promising a series of performances that resonate with audiences of all tastes. Begin with Leonard Bernstein’s energetic “Three Dance Episodes from On the Town,” and dive into the profound depths of Dvorak’s Symphony No.9. Revel in soul-stirring renditions of classics by Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, and Lionel Richie, performed by the incredible vocalists Jason Clayborn and Daria Raymore. Each concert promises to be a unique fusion of classical virtuosity and timeless soul, featuring hits like “Endless Love,” “It’s A Man’s World,” and “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.”

As we journey through the heart of Kentucky, prepare to be moved by the power of music and the spirited performances that only the Louisville Orchestra can deliver. Join us for a celebration of great music and community spirit—this is an event not to be missed!

Teddy Abrams, conductor
Jason Clayborn, vocalist
Daria Raymore, vocalist
Raymond Jeffries, backup singer
Cyntahva Archie, backup singer
Asia Peeples, backup singer

Program

Leonard BernsteiN

Experience the exhilaration with “Three Dance Episodes from On the Town,” featuring the lively “The Great Lover” and the iconic “Times Square: 1944.”

Antonín Dvorák

Dive deep into the emotional landscape with the powerful first movement, “Adagio-Allegro Molto,” from Symphony No.9 in E minor.

soul Classics Reimagined

Soul-stirring performances and electrifying arrangements by Gabriel Globus-Hoenich of hits like:

  • “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” and “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” (by Carole King and Ashford & Simpson), featuring vocalists Jason Clayborn and Daria Raymore.
  • “Cold Sweat” (originally by James Brown), featuring vocalist Jason Clayborn
  • “Rock Steady” (by Aretha Franklin), performed by Daria Raymore
  • “Sir Duke” (by Stevie Wonder), featuring vocalist Jason Clayborn
  • The romantic duet “Endless Love” (by Lionel Richie), performed by Jason Clayborn and Daria Raymore.

Contemporary Works

  • Creator Corps Composer, Tyler Taylor’s introspective “…Do you really wanna know?…”, inspired by Tytianna Wells’ poignant “American Dream” and commissioned by the Louisville Orchestra in 2021.
  • Teddy Abrams’ “Overture to The Greatest,” a dynamic new composition from Music Director Teddy Abrams.

Join us as the Louisville Orchestra melds classical finesse with soulful hits in a tour that brings our state’s communities together through music. Don’t miss this free event where the LO blends old and new, and where every note promises to touch the heart and lift the spirit!

Join Us For Free Community Events Before The Concert:

hart COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY AT 11:00 AM (cST)

Join us for a Once Upon An Orchestra reading of Music of the Sea performed by a LO Trio Ensemble made up of Jon Mueller, Scott Leger, and Noah Dugan.
(Library Address: 500 E. Union St., Munfordville, KY 42765)

Mary Wood Weldon Memorial LIBRARY AT 2:00 PM (CST)

Join us for a Once Upon An Orchestra reading of Bunny’s Book Club performed by a LO String Quartet made up of Dillon Welch, Heather Thomas, Evan Vicic, and Cecilia Huerta-Lauf.
(Library Address: 1530 S Green St., Glasgow, KY 42141)

 

Learn More About In Harmony Tour

 


The Kentucky “In Harmony” tour is made possible through a partnership with the Kentucky General Assembly in conjunction with the Tourism, Arts, and Heritage Cabinet.

Additional support from:
Eleanor Bingham Miller
Brook and Pam Smith
Lindy B. Street
Anonymous

All Events

Event Venue

Private: Taylor County High School
2705 Hodgenville Rd
Campbellsville, KY 42718 United States

Event Categories

Event Description

*Please note that this event takes place at 7:30 PM Central Time

Experience the magic of the Louisville Orchestra’s “In Harmony Commonwealth Tour” this September, as we bring a symphonic celebration to communities across Kentucky. Led by Resident Conductor, Gabriel Lefkowitz, this tour features a spectacular program that blends the vibrancy of classical masterpieces with special guest artist and Kentuckian native, Ben Sollee. Over the last two decades, Sollee has distinguished himself as a multi-faceted creative, blurring the lines between music, tech, and activism. We can’t wait to have him join us on stage this September! 

As we journey through the heart of Kentucky, prepare to be moved by the power of music and the spirited performances that only the Louisville Orchestra can deliver. Join us for a celebration of great music and community spirit—this is an event not to be missed! 

Gabriel Lefkowitz, Resident Conductor 

 

Learn More About In Harmony Tour

 


The Kentucky “In Harmony” tour is made possible through a partnership with the Kentucky General Assembly in conjunction with the Tourism, Arts, and Heritage Cabinet.

Additional support from:
Eleanor Bingham Miller
Brook and Pam Smith
Lindy B. Street
Anonymous

Lead funding for the LOCC provided by The Mellon Foundation

Additional significant support provided by:

Owsley Brown II Family Foundation

Owsley Brown III Philanthropic Foundation

William and Susan Yarmuth

William M Wood Foundation

Edie Nixon

Ted and Mary Nixon

All Events

Event Venue

Private: Taylor County High School
2705 Hodgenville Rd
Campbellsville, KY 42718 United States

Event Categories

Event Description

Experience the magic of the Louisville Orchestra’s “In Harmony Commonwealth Tour” this July, as we bring a symphonic celebration to communities across Kentucky. Led by the dynamic Teddy Abrams, this tour features a spectacular program that blends the vibrancy of classical masterpieces with soulful pop hits, promising a series of performances that resonate with audiences of all tastes. Begin with Leonard Bernstein’s energetic “Three Dance Episodes from On the Town,” and dive into the profound depths of Dvorak’s Symphony No.9. Revel in soul-stirring renditions of classics by Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, and Lionel Richie, performed by the incredible vocalists Jason Clayborn and Daria Raymore. Each concert promises to be a unique fusion of classical virtuosity and timeless soul, featuring hits like “Endless Love,” “It’s A Man’s World,” and “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.”

As we journey through the heart of Kentucky, prepare to be moved by the power of music and the spirited performances that only the Louisville Orchestra can deliver. Join us for a celebration of great music and community spirit—this is an event not to be missed!

Teddy Abrams, conductor
Jason Clayborn, vocalist
Daria Raymore, vocalist
Raymond Jeffries, backup singer
Cyntahva Archie, backup singer
Asia Peeples, backup singer

Program

Leonard BernsteiN

Experience the exhilaration with “Three Dance Episodes from On the Town,” featuring the lively “The Great Lover” and the iconic “Times Square: 1944.”

Antonín Dvorák

Dive deep into the emotional landscape with the powerful first movement, “Adagio-Allegro Molto,” from Symphony No.9 in E minor.

soul Classics Reimagined

Soul-stirring performances and electrifying arrangements by Gabriel Globus-Hoenich of hits like:

  • “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” and “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” (by Carole King and Ashford & Simpson), featuring vocalists Jason Clayborn and Daria Raymore.
  • “Cold Sweat” (originally by James Brown), featuring vocalist Jason Clayborn
  • “Rock Steady” (by Aretha Franklin), performed by Daria Raymore
  • “Sir Duke” (by Stevie Wonder), featuring vocalist Jason Clayborn
  • The romantic duet “Endless Love” (by Lionel Richie), performed by Jason Clayborn and Daria Raymore.

Contemporary Works

  • Creator Corps Composer, Tyler Taylor’s introspective “…Do you really wanna know?…”, inspired by Tytianna Wells’ poignant “American Dream” and commissioned by the Louisville Orchestra in 2021.
  • Teddy Abrams’ “Overture to The Greatest,” a dynamic new composition from Music Director Teddy Abrams.

Join us as the Louisville Orchestra melds classical finesse with soulful hits in a tour that brings our state’s communities together through music. Don’t miss this free event where the LO blends old and new, and where every note promises to touch the heart and lift the spirit!

 

Join Us For Free Community Events Before The Concert:

Larue County Public Library at 11:00 AM (EST)

Join us for a Once Upon An Orchestra reading of Wild Things performed by a LO Duo made up of Annie Daigle and Lillian Pettitt.
(Library Address: 215 Lincoln Dr., Hodgenville, KY 42748)

Taylor County Public Library at 3:00 pM (est)

Join us for a Once Upon An Orchestra reading of Music of the Sea performed by a LO Trio Ensemble made up of Jon Mueller, Scott Leger, and Noah Dugan.
(Library Address: 1316 E Broadway St., Campbellsville, KY 42718)

 

Learn More About In Harmony Tour

 


The Kentucky “In Harmony” tour is made possible through a partnership with the Kentucky General Assembly in conjunction with the Tourism, Arts, and Heritage Cabinet.

Additional support from:
Eleanor Bingham Miller
Brook and Pam Smith
Lindy B. Street
Anonymous

All Events

Event Venue

Private: Taylor County High School
2705 Hodgenville Rd
Campbellsville, KY 42718 United States

Event Categories