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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

ISO live performance of ‘An American in Paris’ score is flawless

March 6, 2017

During introductory remarks at Saturday’s performance of the world premiere of  “An American in Paris Live!,” Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Principal Pops conductor Jack Everly made an exciting revelation. He said that the long lost orchestration of the 1951 musical film score had finally been located... read more

Back ‘On The Aisle’ at the Phoenix, IRT and ISO

September 28, 2016

After many years as a free lance journalist, covering arts and entertainment for publications such as Arts Indiana, NUVO Newsweekly, the Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis Monthly Magazine, Unite Indianapolis Magazine and most recently, Examiner.com, I have decided to go it alone. Henceforth, I am writing my... read more