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Signature Classics
NINE SATURDAYS at 8PM
Whitney Hall at Kentucky Center

The 2020-21 season, the seventh under the inspired and inspiring leadership of Music Director Teddy Abrams, features a historic return to Carnegie Hall for the first time since 1989 and only the third time in the orchestra’s history, in the company of Louisville’s own Jim James – also their collaborator for the recent chart-topping album The Order of Nature – and dancers from the Louisville Ballet. Andrew Norman’s Sacred Geometry rounds out the program.

The adventurous programming Louisville audiences have come to cherish includes a world premiere Louisville Orchestra-commissioned work by Paola Prestini; collaborations with Bang on a Can All-Stars and “King of Newgrass” mandolinist Sam Bush; the sixth annual Festival of American Music featuring works by Samuel Barber and Gabriel Kahane, who also performs in the program; a special season finale edition of the popular “Teddy Talks…” series featuring Messiaen’s monumental Turangalîla-symphonie; world-class guest conductors and soloists; and much more. Engaging with the orchestra’s remarkable past while keeping it at the center of today’s vibrant Louisville music scene, Abrams’s “tireless advocacy and community outreach” are, Listen magazine notes, “putting the history-rich Louisville Orchestra – and classical music – back on the map.” As Time magazine puts it: “A genre-defying orchestra in Louisville? Believe it. The locals do.

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Seating in the box seats is reserved for donors. Please call the LO ticket office if you would like to make a donation and secure box seating. Subject to availability.

 

 

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Signature Classics
NINE SATURDAYS at 8PM
Whitney Hall at Kentucky Center

The 2020-21 season, the seventh under the inspired and inspiring leadership of Music Director Teddy Abrams, features a historic return to Carnegie Hall for the first time since 1989 and only the third time in the orchestra’s history, in the company of Louisville’s own Jim James – also their collaborator for the recent chart-topping album The Order of Nature – and dancers from the Louisville Ballet. Andrew Norman’s Sacred Geometry rounds out the program.

The adventurous programming Louisville audiences have come to cherish includes a world premiere Louisville Orchestra-commissioned work by Paola Prestini; collaborations with Bang on a Can All-Stars and “King of Newgrass” mandolinist Sam Bush; the sixth annual Festival of American Music featuring works by Samuel Barber and Gabriel Kahane, who also performs in the program; a special season finale edition of the popular “Teddy Talks…” series featuring Messiaen’s monumental Turangalîla-symphonie; world-class guest conductors and soloists; and much more. Engaging with the orchestra’s remarkable past while keeping it at the center of today’s vibrant Louisville music scene, Abrams’s “tireless advocacy and community outreach” are, Listen magazine notes, “putting the history-rich Louisville Orchestra – and classical music – back on the map.” As Time magazine puts it: “A genre-defying orchestra in Louisville? Believe it. The locals do.

PL= Price Level
Seating in the box seats is reserved for donors. Please call the LO ticket office if you would like to make a donation and secure box seating. Subject to availability.