Dear ICO Friends and Patrons, In following the national directive and considering the rising number of cases of COVID-19 Coronavirus in Indianapolis, the ICO board and staff reviewed prudent options for our final season performance. In doing so, we have decided to cancel the May 17 Fidelio concert. Many factors led to this decision, and
Hello ICO Friends & Patrons, I am writing today to ask supporters of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra to reach out to their respective members of the Indiana congressional delegation in Washington, DC. This is a crucial time for us to let our leaders know that the COVID-19 pandemic will have a major impact on how the ICO
Saturday, April 18, 7:30 PM ICO performance to be rescheduled to the 2020-2021 season In accordance with yesterday’s (March 17) directive from Governor Holcomb and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concerning COVID 19, events at the Butler Arts and Events Center are cancelled the next eight (8) weeks, through Monday, May 11,
This event has been postponed, and moved to Saturday, June 6 at 7:30 PM. Your current tickets for the 3/21 performance will be honored on the new performance date, there is no need to exchange tickets. For further information, please contact the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra at 317.940.9607 On March 12 Governor Eric J. Holcomb announced additional steps
By Matthew Kraemer, Music Director Great composers have often created art as a reaction to the turbulent times in which they lived. Our January concert featured two powerful works written during, or about, dark chapters in Russian and American history. Dmitri Shostakovich’s Eighth String Quartet was composed over a three-day period in early July 1960.