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It’s not every weekend you find a world premiere performance in Louisville, but in fact this weekend there are two. The LA Piano Quartet will be in town to open the Chamber Music Society of Louisville‘s new season (Sunday at 3pm), and to premiere a work they’ve commissioned from Christopher Stark. Piano Quartet, is in […]
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Louisvillian Richard Burchard’s In Memoriam premieres as part of the next concert by the Louisville Master Chorale, Sunday, October 19 at 2:30pm at the Cathedral of the Assumption. Burchard is a veteran a cappela choral composer in additional to his duties as Associate Professor of music and Executive Composer in Residence at Bellarmine University. In […]
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Tune in for the concert broadcast of the Louisville Orchestra, Saturday at 6pm, with guests Storm Large, Hudson Shad and Kevin Cole. Teddy Abrams led a concert with Richard Rodgers’ overture to Oklahoma, Weill’s Seven Deadly Sins, Gershwin’s New York Rhapsody and Copland’s Rodeo. Listen to Kevin Cole’s Lunchtime Classics performance here:
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This Saturday we’ll broadcast Tobias Picker and J.D. McClatchy’s opera adaptation of Stephen King’s Dolores Claiborne from San Francisco Opera’s premiere production (get a preview below). But first, watch Opera America’s “Creators in Concert,” with guest Tobias Picker, this evening at 7pm through their website.
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Photo: A portrait of English violinist Albert Sammons. Edward Elgar’s Violin Sonata was one of three chamber works Elgar composed more or less concurrently towards the end of the First World War at Brinkwells, the country cottage the Elgars had rented near Fittleworth in Sussex. Although he had begun work on the String Quartet before […]
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Alexander T. Simpson is a professor of music at Bellarmine University, and also the head of Black Classical Artists of Louisville (BCAL) and the Kentuckiana Branch of the National Association of Negro Musicians (KANM), two organizations that work to promote and perform music and musicians in the negro spiritual and classical music tradition. What has […]
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Recorded live at Lunchtime Classics on September 17, 2014. Ryan Gardner and Louisa Woodson gave a concert that included this set of Debussy songs.
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Classical music is around us more than you think! From TV commercials, to famous movie scenes, to sporting event entrance announcements, classical makes our free time more dramatic and exciting than any of us could ever expect. Join Classical 90.5’s Daniel Gilliam and Salon97's Cariwyl Hebert for a fun and laid-back evening exploring some of […]
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