COFFEE: FESTIVAL OF AMERICAN MUSIC 2 – JOURNEYS OF FAITH

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

The LO will explore the music of Jewish-American icon Leonard Bernstein and an important work by composer and educator Joel Thompson based on the words of African-American writer James Baldwin. The concert will also showcase the world premiere of Creators Corps Composer Tyler Taylor’s Revisions for saxophone ensemble and orchestra. BUY TICKETS NOW

CLASSICS: FESTIVAL OF AMERICAN MUSIC 2 – JOURNEYS OF FAITH

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

Our Festival this year carries the title "Journeys of Faith". Through a series of panel discussions pairing Jewish and Black pastors and clergy, our Festival sponsors and partners will seek to connect those Louisvillian communities through discussions of faith and life experience. BUY TICKETS NOW

POPS: DECADES: BACK TO THE ’80s

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

Back to the ’80s is a power-packed evening of the decade’s #1 hit songs, including The Power of Love, Time After Time, Material Girl, Addicted to Love, and many others. BUY TICKETS NOW

FREE CONCERT: With American Flair at the Jeffersonian

The Jeffersonian (formerly Jeffersontown Community Center) 10617 Taylorsville Rd, Jeffersontown, KY

The LO "Music Without Borders" concerts are free with your registration.  First come first serve subject to venue capacity  CONCERT PROGRAM Leonard BERNSTEIN: Overture to West Side Story Jennifer HIGDON: Low Brass Concerto TJ COLE: Playtime Aaron COPLAND: Suite from The Tender Land Kelly Corcoran, conductor James Seymour, trombone Brett Shuster, trombone Bryan Heath, bass trombone Andrew Doub,

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FREE CONCERT: With American Flair at Logan Street Market

Logan Street Market 1001 Logan Street, Louisville, KY

The LO "Music Without Borders" concerts are free with your registration.  First come first serve subject to venue capacity  CONCERT PROGRAM Leonard BERNSTEIN: Overture to West Side Story Jennifer HIGDON: Low Brass Concerto TJ COLE: Playtime Aaron COPLAND: Suite from The Tender Land Kelly Corcoran, conductor James Seymour, trombone Brett Shuster, trombone Bryan Heath, bass trombone Andrew Doub,

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FREE CONCERT: With American Flair at California Community Center

California Community Center 1600 West St. Catherine St., Louisville, KY

The LO "Music Without Borders" concerts are free with your registration.  First come first serve subject to venue capacity  CONCERT PROGRAM Leonard BERNSTEIN: Overture to West Side Story Jennifer HIGDON: Low Brass Concerto TJ COLE: Playtime Aaron COPLAND: Suite from The Tender Land Kelly Corcoran, conductor James Seymour, trombone Brett Shuster, trombone Bryan Heath, bass trombone Andrew Doub,

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FAMILY: Cultures Crossing

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

We celebrate the cultures and diversity captured in wonderful music for the orchestra. This program introduces important symphonic works written in America that embody specific elements and tell stories of cultures from around the world and around the community. Each of us can define our lives through the music we love. BUY TICKETS NOW

OGLE: RACH & BARTÓK

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

Lean, haunting and full of shocking surprises; here you find the ‘other’ Rachmaninoff.  The mystery of far-flung adventure and dreamy beauty of shimmering colors are found in Bartók violin concerto. Concert Program: Béla Bartók : Violin Concerto No. 2 Sergei Rachmaninoff: Symphony No. BUY TICKETS NOW

CLASSICS: RACH & BARTÓK

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

Join us for a concert of favorite and significant 20th-century composers. Here in the Third Symphony, you find a mature  Rachmaninoff. BUY TICKETS NOW

POPS: THE TEXAS TENORS

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

Three classically-trained, but oh-so-versatile, tenors are champions of the series America's Got Talent!  appearing on the hit TV show in 2009 as the TEXAS TENORS. Since then, they have become the highest-selling tenor group and gathered 3 Emmy Awards for their PBS Special. BUY TICKETS NOW