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Louisville Orchestra Virtual Edition: Wailing Trumpets: Ragtime + Jazz

Louisville Orchestra

Louisville Orchestra Virtual Edition: Wailing Trumpets: Ragtime + Jazz

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

Livestream Saturday April 10th @ 7:30 PM || On-demand Apr. 23rd-Jun. 6th

Louisville Orchestra Virtual Edition:

Wailing Trumpets: Ragtime + Jazz

Livestream Saturday, April 10 @ 7:30 PM

On-demand April 23rd - June 6th


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.

Bob Bernhardt, conductor
Byron Stripling, trumpet 

Ragtime, Blues, and jazz with Byron Stripling, Bobby Floyd, and Robert Breithaupt – Ellington, Gershwin, Joplin, Morton, Handy, other blues composers

Bob Bernhardt leads the LO for his first concert of the current season and he welcomes trumpet virtuoso Byron Stripling. The program is a fun and fabulous celebration of the music of Duke Ellington, George Gershwin, Scott Joplin, "Jelly Roll" Morton, W.D. Handy and more!

Bob and Byron are long-time collaborators and will delight you with Ragtime, Blues, and sizzling Jazz standards. Byron Stripling carries his mantle of being a powerhouse trumpet player, accomplished actor, singer, and music director with exceptional charm. He's joined in this performance by his fellow musicians from the acclaimed Columbus Jazz Orchestra.

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