Orchestra conductor leads concert for refugees

teddy-abramsTeddy Abrams, conductor of the Louisville Orchestra, led an audience of refugees and workers in song May 1 in the gym of Catholic Charities Migration and Refugee Services, 2220 West Market Street. During the session, designed to give refugees a respite, Abrams showed participants how to make music using various instruments, such as rhythm sticks and drums.  (Record Photo by Ruby Thomas)


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