Two world-premiere compositions are center-stage. Teddy Abrams offers his new composition, Muhammad Ali Portrait, a work inspired by Ali as a symbol of hope and a catalyst for positive change. Then the Louisville Concerto II brings together four Louisville-based musicians to collaborate and create a multi-dimensional new work.
BARBER: Overture to The School for Scandal
SARAH KIRKLAND SNYDER: Four Selections from Penelope (4/29 event only)
HERBIE HANCOCK: Cantaloupe Island
LOU HARRISON: Suite for Symphonic Strings (3 Movements)
ABRAMS: Selections from Ali Portrait
GORDON: Natural History
Susan Narucki, soprano
Jecorey Arthur (1200)
Teddy Abrams, conductor
-4/28 Pre-concert lecture begins at 10:00AM in Whitney Hall hosted by Classical 90.5 WUOL.
-4/29 Pre-concert lecture begins at 7:00PM in the Mary Anderson Room hosted by Classical 90.5 WUOL.
-4/29 The North Lobby will be open for donors ONLY to purchase drinks before the show and at intermission.