The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, where the Louisville Orchestra often performs.

In Monday’s (2/12) Louisville Courier Journal, Amanda Hickock writes, “Days after the Louisville Orchestra and music director Teddy Abrams won its first Grammy award, the organization has another reason to celebrate: the announcement of its 2024-25 season. The Louisville Orchestra’s lineup kicks off Sept. 14 with a classic concert at the Louisville Palace and wraps up on May 10 with Creators Fest at Whitney Hall…. A range of concerts are scheduled, including ‘Carmina Burana’ featuring a mega choir, Stravinsky’s ‘Firebird’ … ‘Rick Steves’ Europe,’ where celebrated travel expert Rick Steves takes you on an auditory and visual tour of Europe through music and storytelling, tributes to pop bands … and live orchestra accompaniments to movies…. The season includes five types of series, including Classic, Coffee, NightLites, Pops and Film, along with concerts associated with the orchestra’s residency program, ‘Creator Corps’… [which] integrates artists in the city of Louisville and with the orchestra, selecting three creators each year to move to Louisville … and live … for at least 30 weeks…. The 2024-25 season concludes with the second annual ‘Creators Fest,’ with Abrams conducting world premieres by Baldwin Giang, Brittany J. Green and Oswald Huỳnh, inspired by their residency in Louisville.”