It’s one of those “TRUST TEDDY” moments: Louisville Orchestra at the Ogle Center on Saturday, January 11.


How many cities the size of Louisville have orchestras with the pedigree of the LO, and how many of them have musical directors known in the community on a first name basis?

Dear Music Lovers

Teddy is planning 3 very special concerts next week. They are easy to miss because it’s early and we are all taking a moment after a busy holiday season,
however, this is one of those “TRUST TEDDY” moments.

Teddy wants all of Louisville to share in what is unique and intensely creative about his friend and fellow musician Gabriel Kahane.

Please take the time to consider attending any one of these performances. You’ll be glad you did.

Teddy’s video mentions only Paristown Pointe in terms of a performance venue, but the show’s coming to SoIn as well, and we’ll be there.

Saturday 11 January, 7:30PM, Ogle Center at IU Southeast (4201 Grant Line Rd, New Albany) … $20 all seats in advance, $25 at the door.

Robert Schumann’s Symphony No. 3 travels the Rhine River exploring music from lively folk dancing to the high ceremony in the Cologne Cathedral. Teddy Abrams leads the LO in this imaginative and creative work in a program titled “BOOK OF TRAVELERS.”

These concerts also introduce singer-songwriter Gabriel Kahane performing his original music, Pattern of the Rail and Empire Liquor Mart.

Gabriel Kahane writes poignant short stories and puts them to music. Making his LO debut with a new orchestral suite of songs, he is a troubadour for our troubled times. Gabriel engages with the audience and is thought-provoking, funny, and truly delightful. A concert for your restless soul.