Elephant Micah has tried to stop making music but just can’t! This project keeps truckin’, wending its way through the woozy heat mirages of American roots, rock, and ambient music. Lo-tech tinkering is the name of the game. And thanks to some crucial electric window regulator repairs, the dark green 2000 Camry is back on the road this spring. Joe O’Connell brings his solo-electric-synthetic-live tour to a handful of spots in the southeast and midwest. Hear some exotic variants of Elephant Micah songs at these no-frills DIY gigs.
$10 suggested donation
LAM faculty and students are going "on tour" this December with musical concerts celebrating our history as well the new generations of classical music. Join us for a program featuring 3 faculty members performing works by our founder Robert French as well as the Brahms' Horn Trio and a work by William Grant Still.
December 15th, 7:00 pm Treyton Oaks
*Joined by LAM students Kaylynn Li and Emily Steinbach performing the 1st movement of Mozart Sonata in E minor.
Dec. 16th, 3:00 Loretto Motherhouse in Nerinx, KY
Dec. 19th, 12:00 noon at 90.5 WUOL
Jeff Jamner, piano
Dan Callaway, horn
Sara Callaway, violin
Gyuli Kambarova’s CD release party will take place at the Louisville Academy of Music on Sunday, December 2nd at 2PM. She will present her 3rd CD that is entitled “Memories”. It is a collection of compositions created by Gyuli especially for an international award winning documentary by Anna Barsukova “You Are Note Alone!” (Russia). The film follows two families who are devoted to adopting children, hoping to raise awareness for orphans everywhere.
You will hear some of these compositions performed life followed by viewing of the short version of the documentary. Physical copies of the disc with signing will be available for sale at the end of the event.
More info here: https://nortonchildrens.com/foundation/events/festival-trees-lights/