Opera: A soprano’s dream

Elizabeth Futral returns to Louisville for ‘La Traviata’

Singing the role of Violetta in the Verdi opera “La Traviata” is the stuff sopranos’ dreams are made of.


A grand move

Kentucky Opera shacks up with the Brown Theatre

Kentucky Opera is trading in residence at the 2,500-seat Whitney Hall for the 1,300-seat Brown Theatre, and general director David Roth knows his biggest sales job for the coming season will be to


Music for the ages

LEO catches up with the oldest and youngest members of the Louisville Orchestra

Richard Ryan hopes to make hip-hop classical


Classical Music: Joshua Bell on fame and Fanfara



Classical Music: Orchestra swaps show tunes for classics, Zoo for floating stage

The big plus of the Louisville Orchestra’s summertime switch from the ROARchestra series at the Louisville Zoo to a Summer Classics series this July at Ballard High School and RiverStage, in


Classical Music: Copland House jumps from Old World to New

Renowned chamber music ensemble comes to U of L

Music From Copland House
Sunday, March 1
Comstock Hall, U of L School of Music


Theater Review: Big performances shine in Pewee Valley

Little Colonel Players present Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons”

(The Little Colonel Players present Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons,” directed by David Goodlett. Continues through Jan.

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Life before ‘Wicked,’ a review

I admit, I was skeptical of “Wicked.” The hype was more than I could handle, and I wasn’t familiar with the story of the popular Broadway musical, which was based on Gregory


Kentucky Opera debuts ‘Werther’

If you’re looking for the Jules Massenet opera “Werther” on the big map of music, it’s pretty near Obscure, just east of Unknown.