Enjoy Latin Music Hits At The KSO’ s Free Summer Concert Series On August 2 Sponsored By Strauss Troy

Celebrate more than 50 years of the most popular Latin pop and crossover classics at “Oye Como Va,” part of the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra’s 20th Free Summer Concert series sponsored by Strauss Troy. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Devou Park Amphitheater in Covington, Ky. During the show, the KSO Boogie Band will perform Latin-inspired hits such as “Smooth,” “The Girl from Ipanema,” “Conga,”” La Bamba,” “Eres Tu,” “Bailamos,” “Copacabana” and many more.

Join Strauss Troy For The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra’s 20th Summer Concert Series

Strauss Troy is proud to continue its support of the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra as they celebrate their 20th free summer concert series at Devou Park. Concerts are held rain or shine, and parking is free throughout the park. T.A.N.K. shuttles run from Covington Catholic to the band shell from 6:00-7:30 p.m. for $1 each way. Bring blankets …Read More

Please Join Strauss Troy At TheKSO’s 20th Annual Valentine Gala

As part of Strauss Troy’s “Your Community – Our Commitment®,” we are proud to support the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra as a sponsor of their 20th annual FUNdraiser: “Livin’ La Vida Loca.” The event, which begins at 6:30 on Saturday, February 8th, will be held at the Newport Syndicate (View on a map). Tickets are $125 per person …Read More

Cellist Benjamin Fryxell Debuted At Kentucky Symphony Orchestra Concert

Now He Heads To Beijing, China And The Juilliard School In case you missed the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra’s July 6 concert, we wanted to tell you about Cellist Benjamin Fryxell, who made his debut with the KSO and received multiple standing ovations. The 18-year-old has been accepted at the Juilliard School in New York City to study …Read More

Soggy Conditions Move Kentucky Symphony Orchestra Concert To Notre Dame Academy

What To Do Fourth Of July Weekend? Join Us At The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra’s Free Concert For A Patriotic Concert With a Twist ***Concert Moved*** Due to continued rain throughout the evening and ground conditions in Devou Park, the KSO will perform tonight at Francis K. Carlisle Performing Arts Center located on the campus of …Read More