Hear Music without Borders with the Louisville Orchestra in Glenview January 9
The Louisville Orchestra is bringing Music Without Borders to Glenview this January. The neighborhood concert series takes amazing music out of downtown Louisville and into the communities that make the city such a great place to live.
Music That Has No Boundaries
You don’t have to go to a fancy downtown venue to hear the Louisville Orchestra. This January, they’re going to come to you. On January 9, the orchestra will perform a stirring production of Amadeus. Listen to the music of Mozart as sung by soprano Emily Albrink. Tickets are affordably priced at just $20. When you buy four or more tickets, they cost only $15.
Beautiful music is something that should be accessible to everyone, and that’s exactly what the Music Without Borders event is all about. You don’t need to go downtown. You can just go to Glenview, a pretty Louisville neighborhood that’s well worth seeing even without all the amazing music.
Music in Glenview, Kentucky
Go to the St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church at 6710 Wolf Pen Branch Road to hear the music of Amadeus. The music begins at 7:30 pm. Glenview is a small, quiet community of less than 1,000 people. The city has tall hills that provide panoramic views of the Ohio River. Against this beautiful backdrop, the neighborhood rests on 5,000 acres that were originally part of a large estate in the 1800s.
Later in the 19th century, Glenview became known as a place to escape the city during the summer. But it was so nice in the neighborhood, people turned their summer homes into their permanent homes. The Ballards and the Belknaps, two of the city’s prominent early families, both lived in Glenview.
Visit the historic district, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, while you’re in Glenview. And hear music play this January, because there are no borders on beauty.
To learn about other fun things to do in the Louisville area, please visit the website of the Joe Hayden Real Estate Team.