Gary Karr Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra and Maestro Matthew Kraemer present “Double Talk” — the double bass duo, David Murray and “the world’s leading solo bassist” (Time Magazine) Gary Karr in concert on Friday, April 21, 2017. Coming out of retirement for one night only, Karr performs with his former student who now serves as ICO
Introduction to City Lights * By David Robinson City Lights is Charles Chaplin’s most perfect film; yet the making of it was the most critical period of his career. By the time he began work in May 1928 the first all-talking pictures had begun to arrive on the screen. The talkie revolution affected everyone in
Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra is proud to engage the central Indiana community with Intimate, Classic and Original diverse arts programming. Part of what makes Indianapolis great is our vibrant arts scene. We #LoveIndy and we know you do too! Our friends at the Arts Council of Indianapolis sent this notice and we thought you might be
Right off the “happiest time of year,” the most common American resolutions involve losing weight, eating healthy and/or exercising regularly. However, according to the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion topping the list for 2017 at 16% is a desire to “Become a better person” – knocking “weight loss” out of its number one slot.
Wow, things are heating up at Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra. Music Director Matthew Kraemer brings Latin Grammy Nominated Concierto en Tango to Indianapolis on the upcoming Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra concert. Composer Miguel del Aguila wrote the piece for Russian cellist Roman Mekinoluv to premiere with Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of JoAnn Falletta in 2014.