Louisville Orchestra continues statewide “In Harmony” tour in July

By Lilli Dubler, Building Kentucky

Music Director Teddy Abrams and members of the Louisville Orchestra are back on tour for the July segment of “In Harmony – The Commonwealth Tour of the Louisville Orchestra.”

Abrams and the Louisville Orchestra will travel to five Kentucky cities during the month of July, including Ashland, Newport, Glasgow, Somerset and Bardstown. All tickets for the performances in Somerset and Bardstown have already been reserved.

 “We are a community-centric orchestra, striving to foster artist-driven civic leadership and cultural well-being throughout the Commonwealth,” said Graham Parker, the Louisville Orchestra’s Chief Executive. “Meeting people where they are is a key part of bringing people into the arts, and that is what we hope to accomplish through this statewide tour.”

The tour, made possible through a budget appropriation from the Kentucky General Assembly, allows members of the Louisville Orchestra to connect with communities and neighbors throughout Kentucky using the undeniable power of music.

“With the ‘In Harmony’ tour, the Louisville Orchestra becomes the only orchestra in the United States committed to traveling to every corner of its state to partner in performance with artists across our communities,” Abrams said. “There is no so-called urban-rural divide in music. Art and music transcend geographic boundaries. We couldn’t be more excited to share our treasured work with our fellow Kentuckians in their hometowns and home counties.”

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