Since its inception, the Louisville Master Chorale has concentrated on the
importance of introducing choral masterworks to young people in our
community and to audiences in smaller venues.
Educational Programs are developed that
introduce students to the great names in western music. Concerts are fun,
but educational, and we strive to avoid the complications of transporting
children by taking concerts to them. A chorus of singers, supported by
instrumentalists, introduces them to Mozart, Beethoven, Handel, Bach, and
others in highly accomplished, professional performances.
Other Community programs are developed to
reach audiences that may not have access to full concert settings.
As with Educational Programs, these are typically offered at no cost to
participants so that cost is never a barrier. To do this we rely on
support from sponsors, parents, and all who share our enthusiasm for
sharing choral masterworks with the youth of our area and other
Belmont Village, August 2014
To say our residents were overwhelmed with the quality of your
Chorus is an understatement! They all felt as if they’d gone to
the Center for the Arts for a performance that is being talked
about all day!
Parkland Boys and Girls Club, August
On behalf of the staff and Parkland Boys and Girls Club members,
I would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to all the wonderful
artists and their willingness to share their musical talents
with us. Due to your outreach; we were able to identify several
musicians from among the children being served at our club.
Thank you, thank you, thank you, for your interest in our club
and showing our kids another world view through music....
St. Agnes & St. Francis School, November
educational program was presented for 5th-8th graders of St. Agnes
School and St. Francis School. Parishioners of both churches
were also invited. The young audience was enthusiastic and
totally engaged with the program. It was truly a remarkable experience
for those in attendance and for our performers as well.
The program included works by G.F. Handel,
W.A. Mozart, and
F. J. Haydn.