In-Stuio: Kentucky Opera Preview’s Abduction from the Seraglio


Our next in-studio with Kentucky Opera is Wednesday at noon. The company will preview Mozart’s The Abduction from the Seraglio by Mozart.

Doors open at 11:45am for the 12pm performance. Free and open to the public. Our studios are located at 619 S. Fourth Street, Louisville, KY 40202.

Donato Cabrera on Dvorak


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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.)

Fall Drive 2016


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.

Take Note: October 2016

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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:

In-Studio: Zach Lopes Plays Rare Muczynski


Zachary Lopes is a professor of piano at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky. He’s a graduate of the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He’s performed across the US, in Italy and the Czech Republic, and even appeared once on CBS’s Sunday Morning. Lopes is working on an album of Robert Muczynski’s piano sonatas, and during his in-studio talked about the composer and played his rarely heard First Piano Sonata, Op. 9 from 1957. Lopes also played a sonata of Haydn and an etude of Rachmaninoff.