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Arts of Southern Kentucky Announces Orchestra Kentucky's 2022-2023 Season

Orchestra Kentucky to perform music from classic Westerns, Academy Award-winning films, Broadway musicals, and celebrate the legacies of Elton John, Fleetwood Mac, and Linda Ronstadt; season ticket packages are on sale now.

Arts of Southern Kentucky announced details of Orchestra Kentucky’s 2022-23 season. Highlights include music from classic Westerns, Academy Award-winning films, and Broadway musicals, tributes to Elton John, Fleetwood Mac, and Linda Ronstadt, plus the return of the J.C. Kirby & Son Christmas Spectacular.

Several season ticket packages – including an option to receive four free concerts – are on sale now. Details are available at and packages may be purchased by calling the SKyPAC box office at (270) 904-1880 open 9am to 5pm weekdays.

The new season begins Saturday, July 16th of 2022 at SKyPAC with award-winning performer and songwriter Ann Hampton Callaway, celebrating the extraordinary musical legacy of Linda Ronstadt. The season concludes Saturday, June 10th, 2023 with Landslide – an acclaimed tribute to Rock & Roll Hall of Famers Fleetwood Mac.

“I continue to be amazed by the support of our audiences,” said Orchestra Kentucky Founding Music Director and Arts of Southern Kentucky President & CEO Jeffrey Reed. “Attendance for Orchestra Kentucky concerts right now is as strong as it has ever been. I hope the new season exceeds the audience’s expectations.

The Variety Series is sponsored by Graves Gilbert Clinic, and the Retro Series is sponsored by Jim & Darlene Johnson and Jim Johnson Nissan/Hyundai.

Unless otherwise noted, all performances take place on Saturdays at 7:30 pm at SKyPAC’s Rita & Jim Scott Concert Hall.

7/16/22 LINDA RONSTADT SONGBOOK with Ann Hampton Callaway
Co-sponsor: Westen Dental Group
8/27/22 ROUND UP: Music of the Old West
9/17/22 MUSIC OF ELTON JOHN with Michael Cavanaugh
11/11/22 QUEENS OF SOUL (Friday)
Sponsor: Franklin Bank & Trust Company
Co-Sponsors: Heart Strings & Chatters
Guest Artist Sponsor: English, Lucas, Priest & Owsley, LLP

Title Sponsor: J.C. Kirby & Son Funeral Chapels and Crematory
Co-sponsors: US Bank and Gerald Printing
2/11/23 SINATRA & FRIENDS: SIMPLY SWINGIN’ featuring Steve Lippia
3/18/23 BOWIE
Co-sponsors: Bell, Orr, Ayers & Moore, P.S.C. and Bank of
Edmonson County
Co-sponsors: US Bank and Gerald Printing
Co-sponsored by Gerald Printing and English, Lucas, Priest & Owsley, LLP

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