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Abita Springs Opry - Abita Springs - is Louisiana "roots" music played like it was when it was performed before audience in small auditoriums like the Abita springs Town Hall. the Abita Springs Opry, a re-creation of the immensely popular Piney Woods Opry that played at the Town Hall for ten years, has what it considers a valuable mission - The preservation and presentation of Louisiana Roots music.
ChoralNut.com - New Orleans - Home page of Dr. Caroline Carson, conductor and Director of Choirs at UNO and Lakeview Presbyterian Church. Many links on website.
Delta Festival Ballet - New Orleans - Metairie - Delta Festival Ballet is Louisiana's largest resident, professional dance company with a school and a junior company, the New Orleans Youth Ballet, which affords an opportunity for intensive study and performing experience to local, talented dancers who wish to pursue professional dance careers.
GNOYO The Greater New Orleans Youth Orchestra - New Orleans - This is "the official youth orchestra" of the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra (LPO).
International Arts Foundation - New Orleans - Founded in 1987, the International Arts Festival is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote global awareness, world peace and unity through music, art and education. The International Arts Festival and The Children's Global Playground are essential programs the foundation has established to help with the implementation of cultural, civic and educational programs that benefit citizens of the New Orleans community.
Louisiana Hayride - Shreveport - A hearty welcome to the worldwide fans of the "Louisiana Hayride"® where the greatest of American country music became famous around the globe from Shreveport, Louisiana! From it's earliest days, the Hayride featured performances by a string of legendary artists such as Hank Williams (who first appeared in August of 1948), Johnny Cash, The Willburn Brothers, Webb Pierce, Jim Reeves, Faron Young, Johnny Horton, Nat Stuckey, Maggie Lewis, Claude King, Merle Kilgore, David Houston, Maddox Brothers and Rose and even the King himself, Elvis Pressley (first appearing on October 14,1954.
Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra - New Orleans - residing in New Orleans and led by music director Klauspeter Seibel. Site contains information about the orchestra, its artists, and its events.
Loyola University - New Orleans - The Orchestral Studies and String Area at Loyola University offers several opportunities for anyone interested in an excellent orchestral experience through our ensembles.
LSU Opera Schedule - Baton Rouge - LSU OPERA offers two main stage opera productions in the 1200 seat LSU Union Theater. These productions are fully staged and costumed and are accompanied by the outstanding LSU Symphony Orchestra. Most performances are sung in the original languages with supertitles. Future and recent repertoire includes.
New Orleans Ballet Association - New Orleans - the region's premiere presenting and service organization dedicated solely to dance! Presenting a season of internationally acclaimed dance companies from around the world and broad roster of education programs for adults and children.
New Orleans Civic Symphony - Founded in the 1940s, the New Orleans Civic Symphony has provided free concerts for Southern Louisiana and been a venue where talented, amateur musicians could come together for over six decades. As always, our performances are free and open to the public.
New Orleans Garden District Orchestra - New Orleans - The New Orleans Garden District Orchestra (NOGDO) was formed in 1994 and performs as the Garden District Trio & Quartet, Band and full sixteen member Orchestra. Jazz and Latin groove infused the Garden District Band performs from the Classic American Songbook repertoire with swing, ballads, bossa nova, samba and quasi-rhumba styles with a unique New Orleans feel. The Garden District Band performs in the style of the incredible, great, swinging piano groups such as Oscar Peterson, Bill Evans, Gene Harris, Ahmad Jamal, Wynton Kelly, McCoy Tyner, Bud Powell, Ray Brown, Vernel Fournier, Ed Thigpen, Modern Jazz Quartet and many others.
New Orleans Jazz Orchestra - New Orleans - The New Orleans Jazz Orchestra (NOJO) is comprised of none other than the very finest artist in the world - our own New Orleans musicians. The NOJO's residency will be maintained at Dillard University in conjunction with the Dillard University.
New Orleans Opera Association - New Orleans - featuring upcoming performance information, an illustrated company history, opera news and a gift gallery. when the new Theatre for the Performing Arts opened. As the company grew in strength the number of performances gradually increased, and the choice of operas was broadened to include, besides the ever-popular repertoire staples, works of Mozart, Wagner, and Richard Strauss.
New Resonance Orchestra - New Orleans - As founder and music director of New Resonance Orchestra, Francis Scully has developed a new concept in classical music presentation, which relates the emotions of a great piece of music directly to the lives of the audience through a multi-media presentation.
Shreveport Opera - Shreveport - Those who love the arts have an enduring debt of gratitude to those first men and women who had a vision of Shreveport as the home of opera, and were willing to work to see it come true.
Shreveport Symphony Orchestra - Shreveport - Louisiana's oldest continuously performing orchestra provides a regular series of classical music concerts and is lead by director Kermit Poling.
Symphony Chorus of New Orleans - New Orleans - Symphony Chorus of New Orleans is a volunteer group drawing singers from all over the city, and serves as the principal chorus of the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra.
UNO Department of Music - New Orleans - The University of New Orleans Department of Music offers a large variety of music curricula.