Attend a Free Classical Concert at the Highlands Shelby Park Library May 26
This May, hear the Louisville Viola Consort with an amazing woodwind quintet at a free concert featuring early Baroque music. This classic music will fill the afternoon with sweet sounds at the Highlands Shelby Park Library. As soon as you hear it, you’ll know why this concert series is named Imagine 2020. What will you imagine as this amazing music fills you?
Baroque Music on Bardstown Road
Some of music's greatest composers helped to create the Baroque style. This includes Bach, Vivaldi, Handel and Pachelbel, all legends whose music continues to be used in movie soundtracks to this day. Members of the Louisville Federation of Musicians have come together to create this unique concert series, which will be held this month at the Highlands Shelby Park Library at 1250 Bardstown Road.
Be there from 2 to 4 pm, and you’ll be able to hear some of history’s greatest composers come back to life again thanks to Louisville musicians. This concert is free to attend and open to all. This stretch of Bardstown Road is part of the famous Highlands area, a neighborhood celebrated city-wide for its mix of hip and eccentric culture. And this particular part of Bardstown Road belongs to another neighborhood within the Highlands community: the Cherokee Triangle.
Choosing Cherokee Triangle
Cherokee Triangle is almost completely surrounded by the beautiful Cherokee Park on one side, and the Cave Hill Cemetery on the other. These two green spaces are filled with natural beauty and famous sights, and the Cherokee Triangle neighborhood is a perfect match for these gorgeous locations.
Mostly residential, Cherokee Triangle is one of Louisville's historic neighborhoods. The real estate here dates to the late 1800s and early 1900s. The architecture is distinct and immediately attention-grabbing, with designs dating from the late Victorian period, early 20th century American designs and beautiful revival designs that harken back to even earlier ages of design. Cherokee Park is full of tall, colorful homes surrounded by trees and landscaping styled with brick and stone in custom-built designs.
But like the Highlands neighborhood around it, Cherokee Triangle is truly a modern neighborhood. The architecture itself may be frozen in time thanks to the efforts of the residents and the neighborhood association who work so hard to preserve these beautiful designs, but the homes here are definitely made for modern families. Through the years, the homes in Cherokee Triangle have been updated with today's luxury features that work perfectly with the historic details you'll see everywhere you look. And everywhere you look in Cherokee Triangle, you'll see another piece of real estate that you fall in love with. See it for yourself, and go visit this part of Louisville this May.
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