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90.5 WUOL Closes 2022 New Lens Season with The Fourth Wall

90.5 WUOL Classical Louisville is proud to continue a collaboration with  21c Museum Hotel to present the  New Lens concert series. Exploring diverse and intriguing sounds and ideas in new music, art and society, this season of New Lens closes on Sunday, Nov. 13 with ensemble  The Fourth Wall presenting "Fruit Flies Like a Banana."

Few musical ensembles earn top marks for their "deft choreography," but this is no ordinary ensemble. Comprised of three performers and over twenty pieces, The Fourth Wall is part chamber music group, part devised theater company, part modern dance troupe and part circus act, blending music, theater, dance, and acrobatics into a new hybrid art form. In their award-winning variety show “Fruit Flies Like a Banana,” this trio of musicians creates new interdisciplinary works and reinterprets classic repertoire - all performed in an order chosen by the audience - to make music take the leaps off the stage.

“We’re closing out this season with fun for the whole family!” WUOL program director Daniel Gilliam said. “Bring the young ones and those young-at-heart out for an interactive and delightfully unusual experience.”

New Lens is free, but seating is limited and a ticket is required by visiting  Eventbrite.com. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early, grab a cocktail and view the current exhibitions at 21c Louisville or visit Proof on Main to enjoy some culinary artistry. Seating opens at 6:30 p.m. and the program will begin at 7 p.m. The concert will be held in the museum’s atrium.

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