Louisville Orchestra launches site for virtual performances

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The Louisville Orchestra has launched a new website page where people can watch virtual performances by musicians. The move comes after the organization canceled the end of its concert season due to the coronavirus pandemic. The orchestra says in a statement that it’s a way for members to share music and connect with people confined due to social distancing requirements. The webpage will include videos of performances, interviews, instrument demonstrations and other content. One of the latest videos features music director Teddy Abrams and concertmaster Gabriel Lefkowitz. More content is planned for the future.