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Louisville Orchestra Virtual Edition: Abrams Plays Ravel

Louisville Orchestra

Louisville Orchestra Virtual Edition: Abrams Plays Ravel

Old Forester's Paristown Hall 724 Brent St Louisville KY 40204

Livestream Saturday, March 27th @ 7:30 PM || On-demand Apr. 9 - May 23rd

Louisville Orchestra Virtual Edition:

Abrams Plays Ravel

Livestream Saturday March 27th @ 7:30 PM

On-demand April 9th - May 23rd


Unlimited access to the full Spring LOVE series is available for $75.

One-time view options will be released for sale on January 7, 2021, for $20 per concert.

Maurice Ravel: Piano Concerto in G Major

A central piece of Teddy Abrams' tribute to the music of Blacks, this program is under construction and will be part of a larger exploration of the powerful and formative impact Black creativity has on American music.

Jazz excited musicians around the world and French composer Maurice Ravel was particularly drawn to the colors and rhythms of the sounds that were new in the 1920s. With a sophisticated approach to the use of jazz idioms in his Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Ravel created one of the masterworks for the keyboard. Teddy Abrams will both play and conduct this work.

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