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Louisville Orchestra: Pictures and Painters with Paul Huang, violin
Phone (502) 587-8681
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Categories Classical Orchestra
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Louisville Orchestra: Pictures and Painters with Paul Huang, violin

Friday, Apr 26, 2013 8:00p

Jorge Mester, conductor
Paul Huang, violin
HindemithMathis der Maler
BarberConcerto for Violin
MussorgskyPictures at an Exhibition

Hindemith's extraordinarily beautiful symphony, Mathis der Maler (Matthias the Painter), is among the most famous orchestral works of the composer. The symphony is based on themes from his opera of the same name (which came after the symphony was composed), documenting the tale of the painter (in German, "maler") Matthias Grünewald. Each movement relates to Grünewald's
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The Louisville Orchestra is a major American symphony orchestra, widely known for its unique commissions of new music and for its recordings on its own label. Despite its durable musical traditions, the Kentucky city had no permanent orchestra until November 2, 1937, when the Louisville Civic Arts Association formed the Louisville Civic Orchestra, an ensemble of 54 paid but part-time musicians....
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Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts
501 W. Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202
(800) 775-7777
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