Posts about: Indianapolis Symphonic Choir

Choral music lovers gather for ‘Community Sing’

September 25, 2020

Of all the performing arts disciplines that have been most severely hard hit by the pandemic, it has been singing. Whether it be opera, musical theatre, cabaret or other genres, theatre, music halls and other venues have fallen silent. Another art form that depends on... read more

Angela Brown Believes ‘This Too Shall Pass’

August 17, 2020

The last time I saw internationally acclaimed opera star Angela Brown was when she performed her signature show “Opera…from a Sistah’s Point of View” (which I wrote about here) at George S. Buck School back in November. The Indianapolis native’s engaging interactive show was made... read more

Performing Arts Groups React To The Pandemic

March 17, 2020

When it was announced on Thursday that Broadway was shutting down in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, I had a sinking feeling it would only be a matter of time before the same fate would befall theatres and venues in Central Indiana. In the days... read more

‘Vienna to Broadway’ concert features spectacular vocals

October 8, 2019

As a dedicated fan of the Broadway musical, I was in total bliss during “Vienna to Broadway” a Printing Partners Pops Series concert presented by the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, led by maestro Jack Everly, on Saturday at the Hilbert Circle Theatre. The concert focused on... read more

‘Festival of Carols’ concert regales Palladium audience

December 27, 2018

Having seen ten holiday performing arts events prior to attending the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir’s annual “Festival of Carols” at the Palladium on Saturday, Dec. 22, I felt like I had run a marathon. It wasn’t that I did not appreciate every single event; however, being... read more

ISO Pops tribute to Rodgers & Hammerstein is blissful

September 20, 2017

If you are an Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Pops concert devotee and were present Saturday at the Hilbert Circle Theatre, along with the sold-out audience for “The Golden Age of Broadway: Rodgers & Hammerstein, you would have thought you died and were in musical theatre heaven.... read more