Opera presents ‘Don Giovanni’ as film noir
Mozart wrote the opera “Don Giovanni” in 1787 and set the story in 17th century Spain.
A bit of tension through the strings. Ripples rising across calm waters, as the orchestra sets the scene for clarinetist Andrea Levine to begin the tale.
After a big number, you’ll always catch a couple musicians sneaking a look out at the audience, checking the reaction.
Ira Glass brings his roadshow to the Brown Theatre
There are many things that people are (or claim to be) interested in that may seem pretentious to others, such as existential art films, European soccer/football, local organic produce, or even Nat
Opera star Stephanie Blythe says 'Let’s Do It'
Stephanie Blythe made her name and fame singing great big opera on great big stages, filling the halls with Verdi and Wagner.
Noted musician and psychiatrist explores Beethoven
IdeaFestival (“IF”) touts itself as “a celebration for the intellectually curious.” Amidst this year’s varied presenters — who will address issues ranging
Kentucky Opera presents 'Tosca'
Floria Tosca, the celebrated singer and innocent beauty of the tragic opera “Tosca,” is not a real person.
Now that the Louisville Orchestra has settled its dispute with its contracted musicians, all focus is on ticket sales.
The story of Cinderella is so familiar that comedian Jerry Lewis made a 1960 film called “Cinderfella” and we still understood it.
When Va Va Vixens, our local burlesque ingénues, put together a show, they always deliver.