Daniel Gilliam from Classical 90.5 and Erin Keane from WFPL News are here with some weekend arts events. A play, a pianist and a movie. Listen in –
The Whipping Man. Courtesy of Actors Theatre of Louisville.
- Posted by R. Johnson on January 16
On the next Lunchtime Classics, Louisville composer and pianist Rachel Grimes
will be performing new works from her upcoming album The Clearing. There will be pieces for solo piano, and piano and string trio along with several arrangements from her previous album Book of Leaves
. She will be joined live in the studio by Jane Halliday, violin, Melinda Odle, viola, and Felix Borges, cello.
Doors open at 11:45am. Brown bag your lunch and join us for this free performance. If you’re a member of Classical 90.5 at the $52 level or higher, call to reserve a free lunch from the City Café (first 20 callers receive a lunch). Call (502) 814-6565 to reserve your lunch by noon the Tuesday before the show. Seating is limited.
- Posted by Daniel Gilliam on January 9
Rachel Grimes performs on Lunchtime Classics, January 16th. Listen to her latest album “Book of Leaves.”
Members can reserve a lunch and seat for the concert.
- Posted by Daniel Gilliam on January 5