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Jennifer Koh has been known for her new music recordings, but also her Bach, and now Tchaikovsky. She sees herself as an omnivorous musician who can love Tchaikovsky and new music equally. Her new album of all Tchaikovsky was released September 9, 2016 on the Cedille label, and is our Featured Album this week.

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In West Louisville on South 28th street there’s a blue house, walk past it and you’ll hear the faint sound of violins. Go in and you’ll find a Suzuki after school program that’s giving kids a positive activity with clear benefits to their grades and success. But that’s a first glance. Ask a few questions […]

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(Photo credit: Jerry Metellus) Daniel Gilliam talks to Donato Cabrera, guest conductor with the Louisville Orchestra for an all-Dvorak concert, featuring cellist Amit Peled. And they also talked about juicing (yeah, that juicing.)

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It’s that time of year, again, to show your support for the music that makes a difference in your life and the life of our community. Give to 90.5 WUOL during the Fall Drive, at $20 a month of more and we’ll give you a mug, perfect for whatever beverage keeps your warm this winter.

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Take Note is back this week on Classical 90.5. Tune in Monday through Thursday to learn what Aaron, Andrew, Jack, and Lindsey love about classical music. Can’t wait?! Listen here:

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Ferdinand The Bull October 1st at 10am & 1pm Highlands Community Campus (HCC) 1228 E. Breckinridge St. Louisville, KY  40204 This is a musical performance and suitcase puppet show of Ferdinand, the original a children’s book with words by Munro Leaf and drawings by Robert Lawson. Classical 90.5’s education programs manager, Sara Soltau, holds a masters […]

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Argentine pianist, Martha Argerich’s career was launched in the 1960s with a series of important competition wins and concerts. She won the International Chopin Piano Competition in 1965, and later that year made her debut in the US at Lincoln Center. Around this time she made her first commercial recordings, and these are now being […]

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Hear Suzanne Farrin play the ondes Martenot, again, on Sunday August 21st at 7pm, at Dreamland.

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Mahler and Tchaikovsky symphonies are often big, expensive endeavors for professional orchestras, and they may seem out of reach for youth orchestras. But the newly appointed music director for the Louisville Youth Orchestra sees opportunity in big symphonies for young players. I spoke with Deanna Tham about her goals as the new conductor of the […]

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