During the 2016-2017 school year, Classical Music Indy brought free music education to 1,334 kids through our AfterSchool Indy program. See photos and videos and learn about our music education program!
My Music. My Story. is one of Classical Music Indy’s initiatives to feature music, musicians, and music lovers in a fun way. This week we spoke with Caitlin Negron, modern dancer with Dance Kaleidescope and co-founder of Indy Convergence. Caitlin talks …
Last year while developing our summer issue of NOTE magazine, we discovered that Paul Page was one of the first radio hosts for WAIV, the Indianapolis station that first broadcast Classical Music Indy (formerly the Fine Arts Society of Indianapolis). The 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500 in 2016 was Paul’s final year announcing the race before retiring. This article, that ran in NOTE in May 2016, is a tribute to his amazing life and legacy. Guest contributor, Jill Ditmire, talked to Paul about his life and what led him from classical music radio to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and a broadcasting career spanning more than 46 years. Enjoy learning about Paul Page – the Voice of the Indy 500!
My Music. My Story. is one of Classical Music Indy’s initiatives to feature music, musicians, and music lovers in a fun way. Christina Summers, from Christel House Academy, has a background in theater and education. Read below to hear Christina’s thoughts on how music affects her life, the importance of arts in education, and why students should have opportunities to be creative.
As we approach the end of this year, we take time to contemplate the successes of our organization. Classical Music Indy’s President and CEO, Molly Deuberry Craft, writes that 2016 was “a notable year.” Read below to see all that CMI has achieved this year in the name of music. Happy New Year and best wishes for 2017!
In honor of Classical Music Month, Classical Music Indy stepped up our efforts to connect the community to Classical Music. We brought 27 performances to Indy – that’s nearly one performance a day! Read more about our activities in September in our blog post!
I love all music; Chopin, jazz, I like all kinds. [This music] reminds me of when I was 5 to 7 I grew up in bomb shelters during the second world war in London, England. We would always have the radio with us listening to news and music, and my mum would say ‘As long as we’ve got music, everything will be okay.’
It was so beautiful that I actually started singing to myself! I am really impressed! I felt a lot of peace when you were performing.
I really appreciate your music. Those Strauss waltzes really brought memories back to when my mother was teaching us to waltz when I was 12, some 50 years ago! Thank you so much!
I enjoyed that very much, I can’t walk around much anymore, but I can sit and listen. I hope you come back to see us again!
I don’t play music, but I sure love listening.
I loved it. It was beautiful. I experienced a lot of music back in Baltimore and am new to Indianapolis. I want to see this happen again.