Indianapolis Opera has been bringing operatic performances to Hoosiers since 1975. The company has had a long history of performing in Indianapolis and providing educational outreach programs for the community. We spoke with David Starkey, General Dire …
Classical Music Indy now brings you free weekly listening playlists through Spotify.
The Great American Songbook Playlist
From Cole Porter, to Ella Fitzgerald, to “ol’ blue eyes,” Classical Music Indy is stepping out of its comfort zone to bring you a playlist of some of the quintessential composers and performers from the Great American Songbook tradition.
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Over the past year, Classical Music Indy provided 45 spontaneous concerts with our #RandomActsofMusic, serving 7,428 people. Learn more about these pop-up concerts that beautify Indy!
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 …
Concert etiquette has always been a mystery to classical newcomers. People wonder when they are allowed to clap, how much noise they should or shouldn’t make, and whether or not they are allowed to get out of their seat during the performance. There is an ongoing debate about concert etiquette–to shush or not to shush. This week, we looked at a few examples of performers shushing from the stage.