Controversial Art, Le Petomane and NuLu

Le Petomane presents Test Subjects at The Bard’s Town, NuLu celebrates on Saturday, and Erin Keane finds some local art controversy in this edition of Artsbreak.

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Featured Album: Beck String Quartets

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Louisville composer Jeremy Beck‘s fifth CD release, “String Quartets,” is our Featured Album. His music has been described as “unabashedly tonal, rhythmically intricate” and “warmly melodic and colorful with unexpected harmonic twists.” Performing his 1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th quartets are the San Gabriel (Los Angeles), Nevsky (St. Petersburg) and Da Kappo (Louisville) String Quartets.

Closing Weekends for Two Strong Productions – Artsbreak With Erin Keane

AncientColony-402x460Theatre 502 and The Bard’s Town offer two strong productions this weekend, but they’re closing, so go see them before they’re gone. Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft presents “The 7 Borders,” and Erin gives us her thoughts on the recent naming of the Speed Art Museum’s new executive director.
 

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Artsbreak with Erin Keane

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This week’s episode features new works at the Flyover Film Festival, American one-acts at Savage Rose, and new art at Jewish Community Center.

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Water Music on the Bridge

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Handel’s Water Music was written to be performed on the Thames. Classical 90.5 is bringing this idea to Louisville and presenting selections from Water Music on the newly opened Big Four Pedestrian Bridge, this Sunday at 3pm.