Stock Yards Bank & Trust Wealth Management Group Presents
Evenings of Note at Oxmoor Farm

Kentucky Opera Concert

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Ticket Price: $45
Event Date: Saturday, September 10 | 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM EDT

The fall season of Oxmoor Farm’s Evenings of Note Music Series will take place in our grand library on Saturday, September 10.  Baritone, Christopher Burchett, Soprano, Emily Albrink, and Mezzo, Rebekah Bortz Hardin will perform selections from the Kentucky Opera’s upcoming 2022-2023 season.

Christopher Burchett’s rich, no-holds-barred voice and committed stagecraft have earned him a place on the stages of opera companies and orchestras throughout the United States and Europe including New York City Opera, Santa Fe Opera, Boston Lyric Opera, the Estates Theatre in Prague, The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and many more. Christopher has performed ninety-seven operatic roles to date and has been described by Opera News as a “fearlessly vulnerable” performer “who gave an unflinchingly, heroically human performance that will linger long in the memory.”He can also currently be heard on the I-tunes label as part of the “Opera America Songbook”, a recorded collection of 47 songs commissioned by Opera America to celebrate the opening of the National Opera Center.

Soprano Emily Albrink’s career has been graced by collaborations with such conductors as James Levine, Plácido Domingo, Robert Spano, and Marin Alsop, and composers such as Jake Heggie, and John Musto.  She has sung leading roles with the Washington National Opera, Charlottesville Opera, Cincinnati Opera, Opera Boston, Indianapolis Opera, and Chicago Opera Theater. She made her Carnegie Hall debut singing the role of Nuria opposite Dawn Upshaw in Osvaldo Golijov’s Ainadamar. Most recently, Ms. Albrink appeared as Marguerite in Project Faust, a collaboration between Kentucky Opera and the Louisville Ballet.

Rebekah Bortz Hardin, Mezzo-soprano, is a Louisville native and longtime associate of Kentucky Opera. Most recent engagements include soloist in Caroline Shaw’s “Brush” and soloist in Steve Reich “Music for 18 Musicians” both with Teddy Abrams conducting the Louisville Orchestra. Rebekah’s most recent role performed with Kentucky Opera is Marcellina in “Le Nozze di Figaro”. Rebekah is a graduate of the University of Louisville, and  studied with the late MET soprano Gail Robinson and baritone Donn Everette-Graham. She is a 3 time Winner of the Metropolitan Opera Kentucky Auditions, as well as winner of the Palm Beach Opera Vocal Competition. Rebekah calls Oldham County home, and always love making music in her hometown.

Don’t miss your chance to hear this trio!

Doors open at 7:30pm and the evening will start with a pre-concert reception of drinks and nibbles. Nosh on sweets and savory while enjoying bourbon and bubbly. The music will begin at 8:00pm

Oxmoor Farm follows CDC guidelines & recommends masks indoors if unvaccinated

Champian Fulton concert

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Ticket Price: $45
Event Date: Saturday, November 19 | 7:30PM-9:00PM EDT

Champian returns to Oxmoor on Saturday, November 19! Closing out our 2022 series is a return performance of noted New York Jazz pianist and vocalist, Champian Fulton. Fulton was a favorite from last year’s series and we are honored that she is returning for our 2022 season. Champian will have a special guest performer with her, her father Stephen Fulton. Stephen is a noted jazz trumpeter. 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 with her father! 

Doors open at 7:30pm and the evening will start with a pre-concert reception of drinks and nibbles. The music will begin at 8:00pm 

Tickets are $45 and only 80 tickets will be sold.

Oxmoor Farm follows CDC guidelines & recommends masks indoors if unvaccinated.

Jamey Aebersold Jazz Quartet

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Ticket Price: $45
Event Date: March 25, 2023

Jamey Aebersold is a world-renown jazz educator and saxophonist. He has received the United States highest jazz award, the A.B.Spellman Jazz Advocacy Jazz Masters award in New York City. He is responsible for producing 133 jazz play-a-long book/CD sets and not a second goes by that someone isn’t playing with an Aebersold play-a-long CD. Jamey’s jazz quartet plays numerous educational concerts throughout the year which show people how exciting playing jazz can be.

The quartet, composed of Jamey Aebersold on the saxophone, Gabe Evens on the piano, Tyrone Wheeler on the bass, and Jonathan Higgins on the drums, will play songs from the Great American Songbook comprised of thousands of beloved and familiar songs

Doors open at 7:30pm and the evening will start with a pre-concert reception of drinks and nibbles. The music will begin at 8:00pm 

Tickets are $45 and only 80 tickets will be sold.

Oxmoor Farm follows CDC guidelines & recommends masks indoors if unvaccinated.

Athena Brass Band

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Ticket Price: $25
Event Date: May 20, 2023

Oxmoor Farm’s final concert in the 2022-23 season of the Evenings of Note Concert Series will be a performance on our front lawn with the Athena Brass Band on Saturday, May 20. Bring your lawn chairs, picnic blankets, and snacks and relax on the front lawn while listening to the sounds of Athena.

Price of admission is $25 per car so gather your family and friends and come enjoy. Gates open at 5:00pm with the performance beginning at 6:00pm.

Advanced Ticket Sales will end at 2:00pm on Saturday, May 20. However, you can purchase tickets the day of the concert at the gate.

The Athena Brass Band is the first all-female brass band in the United States, named after Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom. The band was formed in 2003, by Laura Lineberger, to perform at the International Women’s Brass Conference with Anita Cocker Hunt as conductor. This successful debut resulted in many more invited performances and several commissioned compositions. Jessica Sneeringer has been the music director of Athena Brass Band since 2012. The musicians include current or former members of the U.S. Army Band, the U.S. Coast Guard Band, Brass Band of Battle Creek and the New Sousa Band. There are several college professors and public school music educators, conductors, music therapists, a sound engineer, a music publisher and a composer; also a nuclear physicist, a biologist, a sociologist, an MBA and an author. Most of the ladies also play with a NABBA brass band.$25

Thanks to our Evenings of Note sponsors!


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