The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, the only musician-owned and collaboratively managed professional symphony in the United States, is dedicated to creating live symphonic music and maintaining a resident full-time orchestra that serves as an integral part of the cultural and educational life of New Orleans and the Gulf South region.
To hear Sharon Litwin's interview on WWNO, click here. The continuing drumbeat (pardon the pun) of American symphony orchestras for more than a decade has been a funereal one. Over and over we have heard how desperate the ... Read More »
For the brilliant, 27-year-old composer Jake Runestad, honoring American war veterans through music was something he thought long and hard about before he put a note to paper. For acclaimed classical pianist Jeffrey Biegel, being the soloist in ... Read More »
Voices of the Arts, a series presented by NolaVie and WWNO radio, explores the thoughts and visions of eight new arts leaders in New Orleans. Through conversations we try to understand how they will engage with the arts ... Read More »
To hear Sharon Litwin interview Carlos Miguel Prieto on WWNO radio, click here. Back in the swamp from an engagement in Lima, Peru and summer gigs in Costa Rica and Chicago, among many other destinations, Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra’s ... Read More »
Hannibal Lokumbe is a force of nature. Anyone who has ever worked with him, talked with him, played music with him knows that. A Texas-based jazz trumpeter and composer who has performed with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra ... Read More »
Thinking about diving into the classical music scene, but not sure where to get started? Consider Prelude, a Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra program that helps new audiences experience classical music. Through discounted ticket prices and social events, members have ... Read More »