Lunchtime Classics Returns: LONGLEASH Piano Trio
Lunchtime Classics returns next Wednesday (August 27th) with LONGLEASH, a piano trio based in New York. Louisville-native John Popham (LYO alum) is the cellist, along with violinist Pala Garcia and pianist Renata Rohlfing. Details here for reserving a seat and lunch.
Featured Album: Mozart Dedicated to Haydn
Mozart acknowledged how difficult writing for string quartet could be when he dedicated a set to the father of the nascent genre, Joseph Haydn, saying “They are…the fruit of a long and laborious study.” Haydn had created the “string quartet” about 30 years before Mozart’s work in the genre, and others (including Ignaz Pleyel in […]
Featured Album: Myung Whun Chung Solo
After 60 years, Myung Whun Chung, a world-renowned conductor, releases a solo piano album with some of his favorite music.
ArtsBreak With Erin Keane
Artist & Machine, Border Spaces and Star Wars in
This week on Artsbreak: Ben Katchor speaks at KMAC as part of Press: Artist & Machine, 21c’s exhibition “See You at the Finish Line,” and Star Wars in 60 Minutes of Less at The Bard’s Town.
A Serial Play, Paintings by Sonny Ra and Lady Day
This week on Artsbreak with Erin Keane: Theatre 502 presents their serial play The Stranger and Ludlow Quinn in full, Louisville Visual Art Association shows paintings by Sunny Ra (pictured above: “Within Reach”) and Bunbury Theatre presents Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill.
Humana Festival, Anonymous Art and Pogues Tribute
This week on Artsbreak with Erin Keane: more from the Humana Festival of New American Plays, an anonymous art auction to benefit LVAA and just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, a Pogues tribute concert.
Lunchtime Classics: Kentucky Opera Presents Fidelio
Music Makes a City with Teddy Abrams
The Music Makes a City team is starting to release webisodes updating their original film’s story, and highlighting new Louisville Orchestra music director Teddy Abrams. Check it out and watch their Youtube channel for more!