For some seniors in our community, every day is a struggle with reduced mobility, lack of transportation, and limited resources, decreasing their social interaction and recreational opportunities. To combat these forces, Classical Music Indy provides the Senior Series, which brings live music directly to residents of nursing homes and assisted living centers.
Program Type: Community
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 don’t play music, but I sure love listening.
As a special holiday treat, we asked our friend Kyle Long to make a list of eclectic music for Holiday Listening. Kyle hosts Cultural Manifesto on WFYI Wednesdays at 9pm, and again on Saturdays at 3pm on 90.1 HD2, DJs locally, and writes for NUVO magaz …
Enjoy this Classical Conversation with Paul Page, the Voice of the Indy 500, hosted by Jill Ditmire! We 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!
Classical Music Indy is thrilled to announce this new partnership with Musical Family Tree. Indy Music Mash Up is an extra special FREE musical evening. This mix-matched genre-bending night will feature local musicians playing Jazz, Classical, Folk, Ro …
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, we had Samantha Stutsman, author for Indianapolis Monthly, speak with composer Jorge Martín, and pianist Eugenio Urrutia Borlando about how their heritage has influenced them both professionally and personally.
My Music. My Story. is one of Classical Music Indy’s initiatives to feature music, musicians, and music lovers in a fun way. Eduardo Luna an artist, DJ, and community advocate. He is currently working as a Big Car Collaborative staff artist and is a co-founder of Nopal Cultural, a local latino arts organization. Read below for Eduardo’s take on the importance of music, what music means to him, and how music affects community.
There’s a subversive joy in being black and achieving excellence in a field from which black people were traditionally excluded. For black classical musicians and composers, staking a claim in the classical genre means looking up to white composers – m …
It’s always a joy to have you come in and play for us!
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.