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I Am Ali Festival: Free Concert featuring Florence Price

The Ali Center, in partnership with Louisville Public Media’s 90.5 WUOL, presents the modern-day premiere of a recently discovered string quartet by Florence Price.
Price is generally considered the first African-American woman to be recognized as a symphonic composer. This free family event will feature both music and historical context, with musicians from the Louisville Orchestra, singers from Black Classical Artists of Louisville, and speakers Douglas Shadle (Vanderbilt University) and Eleanor McClellan (University of Northern Alabama).

The performance will also be broadcast live on 90.5 WUOL.

This is part of the "I Am Ali" Festival June 3-July 15, 2017. For a complete list of the Ali Center's "I Am Ali" events, click here

View Pointe Hall

Located on the top level of the Muhammad Ali Center, View Pointe Hall is a private, stunning space that creates a superb environment for any event. The 6,700 square foot space includes a cocktail and dinner area that can be used separately or in conjunction with one another. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide breathtaking panoramic views of the Ohio River, the Belvedere and downtown Louisville. Built-in audio/visual capabilities; Wireless Internet available.

The Torch Terrace is a 1,225 square foot outdoor space that accommodates 80 people. Located off View Pointe Hall, this space is perfect for a cocktail reception or small wedding ceremony.

Availability
Daytime or evening use.

Entire Room
6,700 square feet.

Capacity
500 Standing reception.
400 Seated rounds.
300 Seated rounds with 21 x 21 dance floor.
580 Theatre style.
250 Classroom style.

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