The Louisville Orchestra invites you to celebrate Teddy Abrams' appointment as new Music Director by participating in these special events taking place from August 31 - September 14.
Teddy Abrams Celebrity Host Dinner (August 31) - Call the Village Anchor or visit VillageAnchor.com. Reservations are recommended, (502) 708-1850.
"Fanfara" (September 6) - This annual event opens the Louisville Orchestra season. Performance takes place at The Kentucky Center. Tickets start at $25. Details. Teddy Abrams conducts Mahler's Symphony No. 1 ("Titan") and will also premier an original work.
Fanfara tickets include a FREE after-party with a chance to meet Teddy and members of the Louisville Orchestra. Enjoy live music by Billy Goat Strut Revue, a Brown-Forman signature cocktail, and bites from Bristol Bar and Grille.
Orchestra-Themed Menus at Your Favorite Restaurants (September 6 - 14) - The Louisville Orchestra is partnering with some of Louisville and Southern Indiana's best restaurants to host a city-wide "dinner party." Enjoy Orchestra-themed menus or entrees at these locations from September 6 - 14. When you make your reservation, be sure to mention that you are dining out in support of the Louisville Orchestra.
Participating restaurants include: 211 Clover Lane, Bristol Bar and Grille, St. Charles Exchange, Corbett's An American Place, DISH on Market, Gary's on Spring, Milkwood, Porcini, RIVUE, Rye, Seviche, and Vincenzo's.
Teddy performs at Decca (September 9) - This even is free and open to the public. Limited seating is available so we recommend arriving early. Performance starts at 7:30 p.m. The restaurant is located at 812 E. Market Street in Louisville.
Teddy performs at The Marketplace Restaurant (September 11) - This event is free and open to the public, Performance starts at 5:30 p.m. Limited seating is available so we recommend arriving early. The restaurant is located at 651 S. Fourth Street in Theater Square.
Free Concert at Iroquois Amphitheater (September 14) - Teddy and the Louisville Orchestra will perform music from Aaron Copland and John Williams, as well as Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture and Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. Concert starts at 3 p.m., gates open at 2 p.m. No tickets or R.S.V.P. are needed. View directions to the Amphitheater.