On Stravinsky’s Symphony of Psalms and Vaughan Williams Dona Nobis Pacem by Dr. Michael Sells

Symphony of Psalms | Igor Stravinsky (1882−1971) From 1920 until the mid-1950s, Stravinsky’s music was associated with a style that became known as “Neoclassic.” This term identified the works of contemporary composers who wanted to reconnect with the formal balance and textual clarity that was particularly evident in compositions from the 17th and 18th centuries,… Read More

Guest Blog Post: The Dream We Saw

It was a grim, grey November afternoon of rain as I walked into Avon High School, past 2 rooms with orchestra rehearsals in progress. Another room had a band rehearsal. Two more rooms with choirs, and then into the room I was looking for – the rehearsal room for the High School’s Chamber Choir. I… Read More

Great Progress: $3.1 million of $3.75 million goal

The Indianapolis Symphonic Choir is pleased to announce remarkable progress towards it goal of establishing an endowment. Founded in 1937 and celebrating its 81st season this year, the state’s largest chorus launched in March 2017 a campaign to build an endowment with a goal of $3.75 million by July 2019. As of November 1, 2017… Read More

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