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Cousins at the Concert with AMPED and the Louisville Orchestra

  • 10/02/2021
  • 8:00 PM
  • Kentucky Center
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  • Take your family out (4 tickets per reservation) to experience the Classics!

    Free tickets to this special concert series have been made available to our members courtesy of AMPED and the Louisville Orchestra! There are limited reservations available. When you arrive remember to check in on Wild Apricot and share pictures tagging #amped #playcousinscollective #louisvilleorchestra

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Take your family out (4 tickets per reservation) to experience the Classics!

Free tickets to this special concert series have been made available to our members courtesy of AMPED and the Louisville Orchestra! There are limited reservations available. When you arrive remember to check in on Wild Apricot and share pictures tagging #amped #playcousinscollective #louisvilleorchestra 

Learn more here https://louisvilleorchestra.org/concert/classics-a-concert-for-unity/


SAT 2 OCT at 8PM • Kentucky Center • “UMOJA” means “unity.” Louisville native Valerie Coleman wrote her piece and titled it “UMOJA” as a gesture of love between good friends. As we strive to create unity within our families, our city, our nation, and our world, we present this concert as an embrace and lifting up of the joys and sorrows of our community. We search for healing connections and offer welcome to all. Local musicians join the orchestra to reflect on the last year through song before Teddy leads Tchaikovsky’s searing Sixth Symphony.

Valerie COLEMAN: UMOJA, Anthem for Unity

*Ben SOLLEE & Scott SMITH: “Hands On Me”

*Will OLDHAM: “Thick Air”

Joseph DUNN: The Schnitzelburg Waltz

*Peter SEARCY: “Tearing Apart”

Tyler TAYLOR — inspired by text from Tytianna Wells’ American Dream: “…Do you really wanna know?”

*Carly JOHNSON: “Simultaneous Combustion”

*Jecorey ARTHUR: “Mo(u)rning”

Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 6 (“Pathétique”)

* Orchestrated and arranged by Gabriel Globus-Hoenich

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Play Cousins Collective is an African American Family Collective building villages around our children through family and children’s programming and resource sharing. Families create and lead programs (rooted in Ancestral methods of healing and resilience) to serve their unique needs, heal generational traumas and build a network that insulates them from systemic oppression and racism.
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