Louisville Musician Plays for Presidents

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Flutist Staff Sergeant Heather Zenobia of Louisville joined “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band in September 2006. Staff Sgt. Zenobia began her musical instruction on piano at age 6 and flute at age 9. After graduating in 1997 from Louisville’s Youth Performing Arts School, she earned her bachelor’s degree in music from Cleveland Institute of Music in 2001. She earned her master’s degree in flute performance in 2006 from New England Conservatory in Boston. Alan Brandt talked with Heather when”The President’s Own” recently visited Louisville.

Bourbon Baroque & Les Sauvages

Louisville’s Bourbon Baroque and the Squallis Puppeteers are presenting a unique version of Rameau’s “Les Sauvages.” Alan Brandt talked to Bourbon Baroque’s John Austin Clark and Nico Fortin about the trials and triumphs of this collaboration.

Louisville Chamber Choir’s Official Debut

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While they’ve performed on several shared concerts for the past year, this Sunday at 3pm marks the Louisville Chamber Choir’s official debut concert at St. Agnes Catholic Church. Kent Hatteberg stopped by to talk about what’s on the program.

Brett Dean with Elysian Trombone Quartet

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Thursday’s concert at the University of Louisville School of Music will feature the Elysian Trombone Consort and Faculty Chamber Music. Brett Dean will perform his solo viola work Intimate Decisions and The Elysian Trombone Consort will perform Dean’s Night Journey. Krzysztof Wolek gives us a preview, along with some clips of Intimate Decisions.

Open Studios, Classical Revolution & Ephemeral Art

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Ever wonder what a painter or sculptor’s studio is like? This weekend is your chance to see Louisville (and surrounding areas) artists work space. You can also experience Ephemeral Art (it won’t hurt), and hear some American music, new and old, at The Bard’s Town with Classical Revolution.

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