Teddy Abrams, Director of the Louisville Orchestra, presents on what happens when we hear music and breaks down our relationship with sound and music.
About the speaker
Teddy Abrams is a widely acclaimed conductor, as well as an established pianist, clarinetist, and composer. He is the Music Director of the Louisville Orchestra and Music Director and Conductor of the Britt Classical Festival in Jacksonville, Oregon. Abrams is dedicated to exploring new and engaging ways to communicate with a diverse range of audiences. He was the youngest conducting student ever accepted at both the Cutis Institute of Music and the Aspen Music Festival, and is an award-winning composer and a passionate educator.
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Doing something really well and making it special – making it extraordinary – is a life’s work. — Teddy Abrams
Attention is a precious resource, and it’s one that every single person is fighting over. — Teddy Abrams