Elaine Eckhart, now retiring from her position as executive director of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, has played a significant part throughout the ICO’s 36-year history.
Indeed, the work translates a dancerly core that begs for physical movement as the six players lure us first into the jaunty and then swinging Waltz, marked as Moderato leggiardo — with moderate lightness. The Barcarolle nimbly emulates the songs of Venitian gondoliers.
Internationally-acclaimed pianist Alessia Bax took us on a daunting journey at Indiana Landmarks Center as part of the American Pianists Association' grand encounter' series.
Judith Ingolfsson, 1998 IVCI Gold Medalist will replace 1986 Gold Medalist Kyoko Takezawa, for the March 24 program at 7:30 PM at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center at 450 West Ohio Street.
What made this program particularly noteworthy is Gimeno’s clear articulation of each section of the orchestra and, within that, each solo instrument assigned to highlight a progression of moods, poetic allusions, and landscapes. All three works in this program are highly visual.
Storefront Labs is a new play workshop series for Indianapolis-based playwrights at Storefront Theatre of Indianapolis.
Music moves our bones, touches our senses, vibrates the tempo flow from and to our heart. Music is beyond merely hearing; breathing with listening can stir something deep within us as a transcendent, transformative life force. Something mystical happens when movement and music achieve an unf…
Manon Voice tackles many topics in her spoken word art including the women's suffrage movement, the life of Nina Simone, and the lessons of the book of Jonah among them. You can see her at the Indianapolis Artsgarden at lunchtime on Friday, Feb. 28.