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Evenings of Note at Oxmoor Farm


Champian Fulton Concert

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Ticket Price: $50 and up
Event Date: Saturday, August 1 | 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM EDT

Champian Fulton, the noted New York Jazz vocalist, will be performing on Saturday, March 28 at 8:00pm. Learn more about Champian Fulton here.   Out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of all this concert has been rescheduled for Friday, March 27, 2021. 

Noted New York Jazz musician Champian Fulton will perform at the Oxmoor Farm Library as part of the new concert series “Evenings of Note at Oxmoor Farm.” She has been described in All About Jazz as “an artist who radiates the joy of creation with a luminescent personality.” Do not miss this chance to see Champian perform! Pre-concert reception begins at 7:30 and the music will begin at 8:00pm. Single tickets start at $50. Post-concert cigars and bourbon can be added to your ticket for an additional $15.

Single Ticket for Champian Fulton – Jazz performance – $50
Evenings of Note Regular Season ticket – $115
Evenings of Note Season Single Patron Ticket – $250
Evenings of Note Benefactor receives four season tickets – $750
Patrons and Benefactors will receive VIP seating.

In addition to the music, guests will enjoy drinks and appetizers before each concert with the exception of the May concert which is a tailgating “bring your own” food and drinks event.

The Commonwealth Brass Band Concert

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Ticket Price: $25 per car
Event Date: Sunday, October 4 | 5:00 PM - 7:00PM EDT

The Commonwealth Brass Band will perform music from the movies and Broadway. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, and picnic baskets and relax on the front lawn at the beautiful Oxmoor Farm while enjoying the music of this 40-member band led by director Jerry Amend. This is an outdoor/tailgating event. Cost is $25 per carload (maximum of 5 people per car).

Find out more about The Commonwealth Brass Band here.

Out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of all, this concert has been rescheduled for Spring 2021. 

 

June Chamber Music Concert

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Ticket Price: Free
Event Date: Saturday, June 13 | 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM EDT

Come enjoy a FREE chamber music concert in the grand library at Oxmoor Farm. Violinist STEVEN MOECKEL, concertmaster of the Phoenix Symphony and the Santa Fe Opera Orchestra and Pianist JOANNA GOLDSTEIN, founder of The Kentucky Center Chamber players perform music by Beethoven, Amy Beach, and Ulric Cole. This performance will serve as a preview for a planned 3 day Oxmoor Farm International Chamber Music Festival that will feature musicians from the United States, Canada, and Europe. Pre-concert reception at 7:30pm with music beginning at 8:00pm. While there is no cost to attend the performance you can purchase post-concert cigar and bourbon for $15. Out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of all, this concert has been rescheduled for June 2021. 

Biographies for Steven and Joanna

Born in Germany, Steven Moeckel began his musical career at an early age, first as violinist, then performing at the age of eleven as principal soprano soloist for the renowned Vienna Boys Choir. After leaving the choir, he resumed violin studies at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, graduating with honors at the age of nineteen. He immediately assumed the position of Co-concertmaster of Germany’s Ulm Philharmonic, where he remained for three seasons. Moeckel’s principal teachers include Helmut Zehetmair, Leonidas Kavakos and the distinguished American violinist Miriam Fried. Moeckel resides in Phoenix Arizona, where he performs regularly as soloist, chamber musician and as concertmaster of the Phoenix Symphony. He is also the concertmaster of the Santa Fe Opera Orchestra. Learn more at his website – https://www.stevenmoeckel.com

Joanna Goldstein is Professor of Music and Chair of the Music Department at Indiana University Southeast. She also maintains a piano studio, conducts the IUS Orchestra and teaches music theory. Dr. Goldstein earned her Bachelor of Music degree, summa cum laude, at Temple University, her Masters of Music at The Juilliard School and a Ph.D. from New York University. She was a Fulbright-Hays Scholar at the Academy for Music and the Performing Arts in Vienna, Austria and won the Philadelphia Orchestra Young Artist competition on two occasions. She has performed with the Louisville Orchestra, the Atlanta Symphony, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and others and was the founder of The Kentucky Center Chamber Players, which performed for 32 years, during which time she was featured in over 120 different chamber works, recorded for National Public Radio, and made two CD recordings: “Between Tides” and “Four on the Floor.” Her recording featuring music by women composers are “Nasty Women” and “They Persisted.”

Night at the Opera

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Ticket Price: $15 - $50
Event Date: Friday, September 25 | 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM EDT

The Kentucky Opera will end our series on Friday, September 25 from 8pm – 10pm. Find out more about The Kentucky Opera here. Artists from the
 
KENTUCKY OPERA

 present a recital of arias, duos, trios, quartets and selections from musical theatre from classic favorites to selections previewing the company’s 2020-2021 season. 
 Pre-concert reception begins at 7:30pm with music beginning at 8:00pm. Single tickets are $50 and there is an optional post-concert cigar and bourbon event for $15. Out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of all, this concert has been rescheduled for Fall 2021. 

Single Ticket for Night at the Opera-presented by the Kentucky Opera – $50
Evenings of Note Regular Season ticket – $115
Evenings of Note Season Single Patron Ticket – $250
Evenings of Note Benefactor receives four season tickets – $750

In addition to the music, guests will enjoy drinks and appetizers before this concert.

Oxmoor Farm

Where To Find Us:


  • 720 Oxmoor Ave
    Louisville, KY 40222
  • info@oxmoorfarm.org
  • (502)426-2126

Thanks to our Evenings of Note sponsors!