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The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra rang in the new year with a gorgeous program featuring Viennese waltzes.
Five movements paired with the poetry of Walt Whitman provided an epic theme for the first Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra performance of 2011.
Pianist Andre Watts and conductor Carlo Rizzi pair up for a dazzling weekend concert with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
Time for Three impressed with their renditions of current and classic hits at the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Hilbert Circle Theatre, Jan. 27.
Under Jun Markl and with cellist Zuill Bailey, the ISO makes a commercial, live-audience recording of three Dvorak works.
Broadway star Ashley Brown lit up the ISO stage with some of her favorite show tunes, including Wicked's
Le Jazz Hot.
The Indianapolis Symphonic Choir and three vocal soloists join guest conductor Douglas Boyd and the ISO in a performance of Haydn's late-written, biblical oratorio.
French pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet thunders his way through two Liszt concertos in a supreme display of virtuosic excellence - and excess.
Star of Wicked and Rent, Idina Menzel performs songs from favorite Broadway musicals, including her own.
Soloist Colin Currie and the Icarus Ensemble made for a dynamic evening that was fresh and exciting.
Under guest conductor Robert Spano, the orchestra mixes three favorites with a new Finnish-composed percussion concerto.
The Arts Council of Indianapolis announced the recipients of the Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship for 2011-2012. Dan talks with winner Lori Miles.
Annual performance event Spotlight 2011 featured the best of Indy's art companies while raising money for a worthy cause, the Indiana AIDS Fund.
28-year-old Krzysztof Urba
ński launches his tenure as music director with our orchestra for a classical concert pair this weekend.
Through its residency program, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra has given gifted young musicians Time for Three an artistic home and training ground.
Guest conductor Matthias Bamert subs for ailing Hannu Lintu in the ISO's penultimate classical concert.
In its one classical program of mid-summer, Symphony on the Prairie presented An Evening in Olde Vienna with guest pianist Grace Fong playing Mozart.
After seven years, Simon Crookall is out as Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra president and CEO.
The majesty of Berlioz's requiem was present in full force at the Circle Saturday night in a performance led by Eric Stark and his Indianapolis Symphonic Choir.
Joined by conductor Michael Krajewski and singer Debbie Gravitte, the ISO shared their fun cruising through the musical oeuvre of James Bond in 'Bond and Beyond.'
Strauss, ISO's principal violist since 1994, will serve a one-year stint as associate professor, after which time he'll decide whether to remain at Oberlin or return to Indy.
Corrections, clarifications and ruminations on the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra crisis, with definitions of key terms like
The costumes are dazzling, the scenic design spectacular and the hosts - the endearing diva Angela Brown and Ben Crawford of Broadway fame - nearly upstage the ISO.
Tom Akins, a percussionist with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra from 1965 to 1991, proves himself a born storyteller with a new memoir.
It's high time to fill up the Circle Theatre, and if new work by alt-classical star Nico Muhly and a theater organ in all its splendor can't tempt you, it's not the ISO's problem.
A March 9 concert featuring Shara Worden and Son Lux will be something of a showcase for a new partnership between the ISO and new music outfit New Amsterdam.
The first full concert of New Amsterdam's residency with the ISO demonstrated the symphony's commitment to presenting new music alongside more typical offerings.
Pulitzer-winning composer William Bolcom was inspired by improv comedy in writing a concerto, 'Games and Challenges,' for Time for Three, the ISO's ensemble-in-residence.
Scores by John Williams ('Lincoln') and Randy Edelman ('Gettysburg') anchored the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's July 4th program at Conner Prairie.
Christina Blanco ruled a night on the Prairie with her impressions of Julie Andrews, Barbra Streisand, Judy Garland and other divas.
It's been a heck of a year for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, which seems to have righted the ship after a 2012-13 season that included a month-long lockout, a fundraising campaign that went to zero hour (but proved successful!) and the installation of a new CEO imported from the Cleveland Symphony.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's music director from 2002-2009 returns this weekend for the first time since his departure; he was a delight as ever to talk with.