All Subscription Rates Reduced!
The Louisville Orchestra is proud to announce its 2011-12 Season, marking 75 years since its founding in 1937. Maestros Jorge Mester, Bob Bernhardt and Jason Weinberger have planned a varied symphonic season again showcasing all that a modern symphony orchestra can do. Subscriptions are on sale now.
Patrons may reserve subscription seats and get complete season information by visiting LouisvilleOrchestra.org or by calling (502) 587-8681.
Subscription prices have been lowered 10% or more in all seating sections this season which makes individual concert prices are as low as $15 per classical concert, and less than $23 per Pops concert.
Season-Opening Fanfara Gala with Michael Feinstein
Five-time Grammy-nominated entertainer, Michael Feinstein, is considered one of the premier interpreters of American popular standards. From Carnegie Hall to the Hollywood Bowl, the White House to Buckingham Palace, he is preserving this great musical legacy for the next generation.
Adventurous Musical Programming
Louisville Premiere of Osvaldo Golijov’s Sidereus, commissioned by a consortium of 35 American orchestras in 2010
Louisville Premiere of Chris Thile’s Mandolin Concerto with the composer as soloist
Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde with vocal soloists Susan Platts and Michael Colvin
Live multimedia presentation of BBC’s award-winning Blue Planet Live with orchestral accompaniment
In honor of Bob Bernhardt’s 30th year with the Louisville Orchestra, “Classical U” has been created to deliver new Adult Ed programming for first-time concert goers in a series of six Saturday morning programs.
Money Back Guarantee
In recognition of the Louisville Orchestra’s re-organization, the Orchestra will escrow all subscription revenues for the upcoming season. In the event that any performances are cancelled, for any reason, ticket holders may request a full refund for those performances.
All programs, artists, dates, times and venues are subject to change.
Subscriptions for all series are now available by visiting LouisvilleOrchestra.org or by calling 502.587.8681.
The Louisville Orchestra entertains, educates and enriches our community through a broad outreach of diverse programs built on the traditions of live orchestral music with passionate dedication to artistic excellence.