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The oldest, continuously performing orchestra in Louisville is reviving an old moniker. What started as the Young Hebrew Men’s Association symphony in 1915, merged with the Louisville Civic Arts Association in 1930, a group that is also an immediate predecessor to the Louisville Orchestra. Over the years the Louisville Civic Orchestra (LCO) has undergone a […]
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Share Your Story! Submit your story or poem inspired by something you hear on Classical 90.5 by May 1st to be a part of our Summer Listening broadcasts. You may get a chance to come read and record it in our studio and then we can share it with everyone! Email education@wuol.org with questions or […]
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This week we’ll have two in-studios, guitarist Phillip de Fremery on Wednesday at noon, and Trio Harmonia on Thursday at noon. Doors for both performances open at 11:45am. Call us, at (502) 814-6565, by Tuesday at noon to reserve a lunch. Both performances are free and open-to-the-public. Jooyoung Kim is the pianist for Trio Harmonia. […]
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With your sustaining membership of $20 or more a month, we’re giving you the latest recording of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra and Kent Nagano, with all of Beethoven’s ground-breaking symphonies. It’s only available during the 2016 Spring Membership Drive. Call (502) 814-6565 or give online by clicking the banner at the top of the page.
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(Photo credit Lisa-Marie Mazzucco) Violinist Rachel Barton Pine has not only recorded JS Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin, she’s also edited the scores for publication. I had the chance to talk to Rachel and ask her about her musical journey with Bach and how her interpretation of his music has changed since she […]
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Every weekday at 10:30am I play what I call a “guitar pick.” It’s a work featuring the guitar. It can be as a solo instrument, in a chamber setting or with orchestra. One of the works I featured was L’encouragement by Fernando Sor. Fernando Sor (pictured), a Spaniard, was born into a military family. Although […]
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Each year, the Chamber Music Society of Louisville hosts a competition for high school and college ensembles. You can hear the winners of this year’s Macauley Chamber Music Competition on Wednesday at noon here at Classical 90.5. Doors open at 11:45am. Free and open-to-the-public. Members can reserve a lunch from City Cafe at (502) 814-6565.
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Cellist Anne Richardson, a past winner of the Classical 90.5/PNC Wealth Management Young Artist Competition, will return to Classical 90.5 for an exclusive in-studio, March 2nd at noon, here at Louisville Public Media (619 S. Fourth Street). She’ll play solo Bach, and Beethoven and Saint-Saens with pianist Sharon Lavery. Free and open-to-the-public. Members can reserve […]
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From the Top, a radio show that features young classical music talent from around the nation, airs on Classical 90.5 each Sunday at 6pm. Listen below to 5 vignettes by Sara Soltau, our education programs manager, who spent time behind the scenes with the cast for the Louisville show. Hear the stories of High-Schoolers Aubree Oliverson, […]
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