Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to enjoy the best Colombian Folkloric Ballet in the United States! CFB has performed in many venues around the country including the 2008 Latin Grammy Awards. We are pleased to announce they will be performing two shows at the Zionsville Performing Arts Center on June 28, 2014 at 2:30 pm and 7: 30 pm. Get your tickets today at http://www.zvilleperformingarts.org/ or by calling (317) 733- 4833. Tickets will not be sold at the door.
A day-long outdoor festival featuring local musicians, visual artists, and other “independents” in downtown Indianapolis. This annual event, now in its 13th year, honors local musicians and artists who perform original live music and create original work. It provides a unique opportunity for interaction with other local artists and the community.
Ronen Chamber Ensemble presents… The Rite of Swing, a French-inspired evening of chamber music and jazz by composer/pianist Becky Archibald. Proceeds benefit Archibald’s opportunity to present her music this July at the Dordogne International Jazz Summer School in Monteton, France.
Proceeds of the concert will benefit families and neighborhoods in need through The Church Federation of Greater Indianapolis, “A Catalyst for Working Together for Unity, Reconciliation and Service,” in our community since 1912.
A performance of dance, music and theater by the hybrid arts ensemble, The Fourth Wall. Stretching the boundaries of instrumental music, The Fourth Wall commissions new, interdisciplinary works and reimagines established repertoire. The musicians act and dance while they play.
“Making Music to Make a Difference: Neurodiversity and the Ethnomusicology of Autism.” Michael Bakan is Professor of Ethnomusicology and Head of World Music in the College of Music at FSU and director of the ARTISM project.
Kazimierz Chludek is an educator, arranger and teacher in The Wladyslaw Zelenski 2nd degree State Music School in Krakow. He and a group of current and former students are making their second trip to the US. They’ll be playing at the Latvian Community center on Friday April 11th
April 12th — Legends: guitarist Charlie Hunter and drummer Scott Amendola return with PUCKER, a lean and sinewy session marked by fierce grooves, caressing melodies, and startlingly intuitive interplay
t’s time for the 10th anniversary of IU Hillel’s popular Campus Superstar (CSS), a talent competition open to all students attending an Indiana college. Soloists singing a full spectrum of musical genres, compete in 3 rounds of competition for a $5000 Grand Prize!
One of the top 5 pianists in the nation to reach the finals of the American Pianist Association’s piano competition in 2011, Zach and his cast of young lions are as adventurous as they are grounded in jazz classics.
The CD is a mixture of material from Mark Buselli and Steve Allee. It features Jeremy Allen, Steve Houghton and Danny Walsh, a saxophone player that Bob Berg AND Michael Brecker both said was one of the best natural sax players they had ever heard.
Daphnis et Chloe will be conducted by ISO Music Director Krzysztof Urbanski, who has earned significant critical and audience acclaim with his ISO performances, and will be choreographed by DK Artistic Director David Hochoy. The ISO and DK will also be joined on stage by the renowned Indianapolis Symphonic Choir.
As a passionate advocate for spreading the awareness and consciousness of Posi / New Thought Music, Jennifer continues to serve on the Unity Worldwide Ministries ® Music Ministry Team, where she has been a member for the past 8 years.
April 12th — Pianist, composer, and arranger Steve Allee is a veteran of more than 35 years on the music scene. He works principally in jazz, writing and performing for syndicated radio programs, network television, and motion pictures
April 11th — A member of the jazz trio The Fringe, Garzone has appeared on more than 20 recordings and has perfomed throughout the world. Garzone pioneered the triadic chromatic approach and is well known as a sought-after jazz educator.
April 10th — Jamey Aebersold is an internationally known saxophonist and authority on jazz education and improvisation. He is the director of the Summer Jazz Workshops, which now has more than 40 years on record.
April 9th A Provocate favorite: Nurtured by some of Indiana’s great jazz musicians and educators— Harry Miedema, Brent Walarab, Claude Sifferlen, Mark Buselli, and David Baker—Faught speaks the jazz language with creativity, wit, passion, depth, and soul
Held at the incredible Rathskeller in downtown Indianapolis, we’re going to raise awareness for local marketing and technology companies while listening to local musical talent. Every dollar raised goes directly to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
The music world turns over a new leaf as Johann Sebastian Bach passes away in 1750; the times transition into new musical styles and tastes. We hear pieces that perfectly represent this period of musical turmoil, works by Johann Gottlieb Janitsch (1708-1763), Johann Christian Bach (1735–1782) and Georg Philip Telemann (1681-1767) written in the end-times of the Baroque era.
A world premiere of a new staging of Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Tale (L’Histoire du soldat), a musical theatre piece based on the collected works of the Russian folklorist Alexander Afanasyev. Also featured is Ronald Caltabiano’s Lines from Poetry.
Red Tail Ring is the musical brainchild of two old-time-minded Michiganders – Michael Beauchamp and Laurel Premo. Since the release of their 2011 double-album, Red Tail Ring has remained busy, with tours to both U.S. coasts and performances as cultural ambassadors through the American Embassy in Denmark – “exporting some Midwest sounds,” as Premo puts it.