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Dean Ronald Caltabiano hopes the Schrott Center for the Arts (and Butler in general) will become a nexus for the arts in Indy. He gives us a preview of ArtsFest, starting Thu.
The Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra gave its final 2012-2013 concert at Butler U.'s recently completed Schrott Center for the Arts, its new home venue.
Formidable guest pianist Beatrice Rana helped the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra launch its first season in residence at the Schrott Center.
We check out the Midwinter Dance Festival's 'A' program, featuring work by Balanchine and Gustavo Ramirez Sansano.
Are you eating enough vegetables? Maintaining proper cardiovascular health? Stretching enough? He will lecture on that and more at tonight's Schrott Center program (which will also feature performances).
In Saturday's Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra's program, guest conductor and candidate for ICO music director Mischa Santora and new ICO concertmaster Emily Glover made their
Once again using the 21-voiced Apollo's Choir, Raymond Leppard led about a half-sized orchestra in music that he chiefly arranged for the Holiday season.
This announcement is taken from the ICO's press release of March 26.
Retiring Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra music director Kirk Trevor led his forces in his final concert after 27 years with them; in it he made a memorable musical statement.
Two sponsors, the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra and the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis, combine to feature 2014 IVCI silver medalist Tessa Lark and the ICO's new music director Matthew Kraemer.
On a bad weather night I was pleased to see the Howard L. Schrott Center
Since 1998 ISO patrons and non-patrons alike have enjoyed
The ICO's third program in its Masterworks series, with new music director Matthew Kraemer on the podium, was given over to
The Piano Concerto No. 2
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This Buster Keaton classic boasts an adventurous comical tale of a bumbling Civil War era train engineer and a wacky high-speed chase.
Presented by C.H. Douglas & Gray Wealth Management, these performances celebrate the artistry that dancers and musicians share with each o…