Kentucky Opera enriches the experience of existing fans
The notion that opera is so intimidating that the average person won’t attend is probably true.
It’s your typical boy-meets-girl-who-is-really-a-swan story.
Just a half-step on the scale. Two notes.
Talking by phone from her home in New York City, Joyce Yang is explaining Sergei Rachmaninoff’s “Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini” as if she is just about to set the phone down on
Prior to the premiere of Giuseppe Verdi’s “Messa da Requiem,” prominent conductor and critic Hans von Bülow obtained an advance copy of the musical score.
The Louisville Ballet’s annual production of Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker” ballet gets a major re-imagining for this holiday season, with all-new sets and costumes.
Ensemble makes the unusual usual
There’s a snippet of video out there somewhere of Eighth Blackbird rehearsing a piece.
Floyd happy to heed Steinbeck’s suggestion
Because the John Steinbeck novel “Of Mice and Men” has been required reading for nearly every American high school student for the past 60 years, and armies of academics have pored over
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.
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