The Louisville Orchestra is the primary orchestra in Louisville, Kentucky. The Louisville Orchestra employs salaried musicians, and offers a wide variety of concert series to the community, including classical programs featuring international guest artists, pops performances, and education and family concerts. In the orchestra adopted the name of the former Louisville Philharmonic Society founded inwhich it kept until before reverting to its original name Korda Ten years after its origin, the Orchestra launched First Edition Recordings, becoming the first American orchestra to own a recording label.
Between and nearly LPs were released, containing more than compositions by living 20th Century composers Anon. Forty-three of these recordings were subsequently issued on CD between and Anon. The history of commissioned works project is detailed in the documentary Music Makes a City.
The Louisville Orchestra was awarded grants from the Aaron Copland Fund for Music and the National Endowment for the Artsboth for the purpose of digitizing the master tapes and restoring the music scores for archiving the Orchestra's historic First Edition Records recordings.
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