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    "Once Upon A Time": Louisville Youth Choir Performs Fairy Tales This Weekend
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    Be sure to stop by the Brown Theater this Sunday evening to experience the Louisville Youth Choir in a concert of fairy tale music!

    Celebrating its


    season this year, the Louisville Youth Choir is home to six ensembles that feature more than one hundred musicians from over sixty schools in the area.  In its nearly half-century history, the


    has toured Europe and North America and has performed in Vienna, Salzburg, Chicago and New York City to name a few.

    The Youth Choir has also enjoyed numerous collaborations with other area ensembles including the Louisville Orchestra, Kentucky Opera, the Louisville Ballet and the Louisville Youth Orchestra.  In 2007--the same year Artistic/Executive Director Terri E. Foster was appointed--the


    became Artists in Residence at Sacred Heart School for the Arts.  Discover more about the



    Featuring selections inspired by fairy tales from across popular and classical genres, the Youth Choir will close out its 2013/14 season on Sunday in a concert that also showcases special guests from the Sacred Heart School for the Arts Dance Ensemble.  The


    is directed by Terri E. Foster, Dr. Louie L. Bailey and Rhonda


    and the Dance Ensemble is choreographed by Julie



    The performance is this Sunday, April


    at 7 pm.  Tickets start at $13 and can be purchased online here.

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    Native Louisvillian, local musician, School of Music grad. Writing about the classical music scene in our lovely River City. If you have a question or want to debate Wagner, drop me a line on Twitter! "The only love affair I ever had was with music." -Maurice Ravel

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