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.
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To celebrate Classical Music Month, you are invited to join us for a very special concert. This FREE event will feature a classical quartet with: May Phang, DePauw University Professor of Piano Allison Nyquist, IndyBaroque’s Concertmaster Eric Edberg, …
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 Zach Rupp, Assistant Brewer and Cellerman with TwoDEEP Brewing Co. Zach shares his favorite types of music, why he likes working at TwoDEEP, and what he listens to while enjoying a TwoDEEP brew.
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.
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 talked with cellist Maya Nojiri Sutherland who regularly performs with Classical Music Indy. She moved to the US to continue her music education and is currently pursuing her PhD at Indiana University Bloomington. Read Maya’s thoughts on music, life, and community below.
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!
Classical Music Indy works every day to enliven public spaces with beautiful music and powerful neighborhood-based programs. We believe everyone needs and deserves a sense of beauty and humanity. To honor Earth Day on April 22nd, we asked Jim Poyser at …
My Music. My Story. is one of Classical Music Indy’s initiatives to feature music, musicians, and music lovers in a fun way. We spoke with 19 year-old, jazz saxophonist Bryan Thompson, who grew up on Indianapolis’ west side, attended Broad Ripple Magnet High School for Performing Arts and is currently attending Indiana University.
Classical Music Indy has been broadcasting classical music on the radio for over 49 years. We reach over 4.5 million Hoosiers through the four stations that play our radio content. Michael Toulouse is our Program Director and on-air host. He has been w …
Our country is a melting pot of diverse people and cultures that define the breadth of music we know and enjoy in our daily lives. For this reason, CMI asked our contributor Patrick Hanley, Texas-based teacher and writer to share his thoughts about how new immigration laws are impacting music and musicians, and the ways in which our country embraces and disrupts diversity.
I LOVE hearing Beethoven at the Chatterbox at C-Rev!
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 talk to Anne Maschmeyer, Beautification Director with Downtown Indy, Inc. She shares about her career and how music influences her life and work as a proponent of improving quality of life in Indianapolis.
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 Revolution: Casual Classical Night Eric Salazar, clarinet, and Joshua Thompson, piano Where can you go to hear classical music jam sessions? On the first Tuesday of every month, freelance musicians and members of the Indianapolis Symphony Orc …