LO is on the move… literally!


 A Temporary Ticket Office Will Be Set Up at The Glassworks Building to Service Patrons and Subscribers while Orchestra Staff Works Remotely During the Renovation  

Graham Parker, Interim Executive Director, announced today the relocation of The Louisville Orchestra’s administrative offices from 620 West Main Street to 624 West Main Street. In partnership with orchestra supporter and local real estate developer Mo Deljoo (NULU Marketplace), the company will occupy three floors of the historic building. Tyler Smith of CORE Real Estate represented the Landlord, Mr. Deljoo and made the LO aware of this wonderful opportunity. Known as “The Meyer Building,” the structure was designed and built by the famed Louisville architect Charles D. Meyer and is part of the corridor of buildings from 6th to 9th Street that are on the National Register of Historic Buildings. Currently under renovation, the custom-built space will include 9000 square feet of office and meeting space that includes a state-of-the-art music library. The Orchestra plans to open the new office in October 2022. 

Parker explains, “We are thrilled for this opportunity to create a new home for our extraordinary staff, and an environment welcoming to our community partners and supporters. This amazing new administrative home allows us to remain visible on Main Street in Downtown Louisville as well as close to our main performance venue at the Kentucky Center.”  

The orchestra is leaving its current office space at 620 West Main Street on June 14th. “We will be a bit nomadic for the summer,” continues Parker. “But rest assured, the orchestra staff will continue to work remotely to bring you the excellent concerts and community experiences the Louisville community has come to expect. We look forward to an incredible 2022/23 season and we appreciate the public’s patience during this transition.” 

 A temporary ticket office opens on Wednesday, June 15 at The Glassworks Building, located at 815 West Market Street. Office hours are Monday through Friday; 9am to 5pm. Subscription tickets are on sale for the 2022-23 Season and the July 2 performance of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. The LO ticket office can be reached at 502-587-8681. The LO thanks Board member Mariah Gratz for the generous donation of this space. 

The Orchestra staff phone numbers will be automatically routed to appropriate personnel working remotely. USPS mail will be forwarded, of course. Additionally, the Louisville Orchestra has set up a temporary USPS mailing address for all correspondence beginning June 14: 

The Louisville Orchestra
9462 Brownsboro Rd, PMB #343
Louisville, KY 40241  

“We look forward to welcoming the public into our new home this Fall,” says Parker. “It’s such an extraordinary time for our organization as we begin work on exciting new initiatives including the inaugural Creators Corps residency and our two-year statewide tour.”