6:19am

Fri March 1, 2013
Kentucky Arts and Culture

Ensemble Out 'On a Wire' with Virtuosic Concerto

What’s perhaps the most popular opera in America is performed this weekend in Lexington.  And tonight, a group that’s giving classical music a younger face entertains an audience at the Singletary Center.  With a preview of both events is Rich Copley, who covers culture for the Lexington Herald Leader.

Eighth blackbird consists of, from left, Nicholas Photinos, cello; Tim Munro, flutes; Yvonne Lam, violin and viola; Matthew Duvall, percussion; Michael J. Maccaferri, clarinets; and Lisa Kaplan, piano
Eighth blackbird consists of, from left, Nicholas Photinos, cello; Tim Munro, flutes; Yvonne Lam, violin and viola; Matthew Duvall, percussion; Michael J. Maccaferri, clarinets; and Lisa Kaplan, piano
Credit Luke Ratray

Rich Copley is an arts reporter for the Lexington Herald Leader.  Information on the weekend’s events is available in today’s edition.  You can also find out about arts and cultural events by visiting the events calendar on-line, at weku.fm.