Come hear and see some of the most talented pianists from the University of Louisville on Wednesday, November 11, at noon.
Coached by Dror Biran, you’ll experience the talents of Elliot Eckel, Nathaniel Mo, Paige Harpring, Brytner Evangelista, Ibosh Chertmanov and Tim Spencer; playing the music of Ravel, Beethoven, Villa-Lobos, Rachmaninoff and Scriabin.
The in-studio is free and open-to-the-public. Doors open at 11:45am.
We’re offering box lunches from City Cafe to our listener members. Call (502) 814-6565 by November 10 at noon.
The 10th Annual Holiday Choral Festival is now on sale!
Be present for an unforgettable evening of music with the University of Louisville Cardinal Singers, Floyd Central A Cappella Choir, Black Classical Artists of Louisville and The Choirs of St. Martin of Tours Church.
December 6 at 7pm, St. Martin of Tours Church, 639 South Shelby Street, Louisville, KY.
Kentucky Opera returns to Classical 90.5 for a preview of their next production, Jake Heggie’s Three Decembers. You’re invited to watch and hear the cast, including Denyce Graves, Carlton Ford and Nicole Joseph; along with director Bill Florescu and conductor Robert Woodtalk as we talk through this production.
The performance is Wednesday, October 28 at noon. Doors open at 11:45am.
Members can reserve a lunch from City Cafe for this event. Contact membership at (502) 814-6565 by Tuesday at noon.
In 2014, Thai guitarist Ekachai Jearakul won the prestigious International Concert Artist Competition from the Guitar Foundation of America. He’ll be in Louisville to play at the University of Louisville, and perform a live in-studio here at Classical 90.5 on October 6th at 2pm.
Free and open-to-the-public. Doors open at 1:45pm.
Leonard Bernstein composed Mass for the opening of the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, and commissioned by Kennedy’s widow, Jacqueline Kennedy. It was controversial at the time, taking the form of a Roman Catholic mass and interweaving new texts from Bernstein, Stephen Schwarz and even Paul Simon. Mass, a gigantic theatrical work, is an amalgamation of musical styles, from rock to blues to atonal. Jubilant Sykes, Grammy-nominated for his recording of Bernstein’s Mass with the Baltimore Symphony, is singing the role of Celebrant in the Louisville Orchestra‘s performance, with Teddy Abrams conducting, this Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 3pm. Both stopped by Classical 90.5 to talk with Daniel Gilliam about this complex and challenging work.
(Related: listen to a panel discussion on Bernstein’s Mass, moderated by Daniel Gilliam, with panelists Teddy Abrams, Cantor David Lipp and Father David Sanchez. Presented by the Center for Interfaith Relations and the Louisville Orchestra)