We’ve all heard the maxim “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.” I believe there is no finer tribute that one composer can pay to another than to adapt their music. Composers have long borrowed from one another, in addition to mining a wealth of folk music for inspiration. This evening’s program features four works
Hi there! My name is Joy Rogers and I am a new volunteer with the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra. I will be writing and editing content for the website as well as assisting with the ICO’s social media. A little bit about me: I was born in Los Angeles, but as I have resided in Indianapolis
Alexander Kerr, Violin Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra and Music Director Matthew Kraemer bring Alexander Kerr, the masterful virtuoso violinist, for a concert program titled Adaptation and Adoration on Saturday, May 20, 2017, at 7:30 pm at the Schrott Center for the Arts. Alexander Kerr’s expressive and charismatic style has made him one of the most accomplished
Mohammed Fairouz You can see it, but it’s just out of reach. We see it, statistics confirm it, but what do we do about it? The predictability of your success in your chosen field has been tempered by… what you are. The composer Mohammed Fairouz just published an article on NPR.org, called “Don’t Hire Me.
Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra (ICO) and Music Director Matthew Kraemer announce their 2017-18 Season which combines the beauty and thrills of live orchestral music designed to challenge the senses. The multi-sensory season features collaborations with area arts and cultural organizations and international guest artists Jinjoo Cho, Sean Chen and Indianapolis’ favorite diva Angela Brown. Beginning his