Kling Chamber Orchestra March 30th
The 16th Annual Jewish Film Festival ends the season with a phenomenal performance by the Kling Chamber Orchestra. The renowned Daniel Spurlock, musical director of the Louisville Chorus, will be conducting the musicians. This event will take place at The Temple, located at 5101 US 42 in Louisville on Sunday, March 30th starting at 7:00 p.m. Advance tickets are available for $12 general admission and $6 for students, but day of show pricing is $14 at the door.
The Kling Chamber Orchestra is a collective of 20 volunteer string musicians who have been performing in and around Louisville for over three decades. The group performs for those that don’t get many opportunities to get out, such as those residing in retirement and nursing homes. Kling also gathers for private performances. Each performance includes a pleasant mix of both classical music and popular show tunes.
After the concert, patrons can enjoy the film “Orchestra of Exiles” in the Waller Chapel. This intense documentary depicts how one man made it his mission to rescue 70 of the world’s greatest musicians from Nazi Germany.
Celebrate string music at the 16th Annual Jewish Film Festival with the Kling Chamber Orchestra at The Temple. The performance will take place this Sunday starting at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are available now and guests are invited to stay after the music and enjoy concessions and the film “Orchestra of Exiles”.
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