Random Thoughts On Performing The Bach Passions From An Old Evangelist

From time to time, the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir invites a guest to this blog. We are honored and pleased to welcome Dr. Michael Sells, former president of the Symphonic Choir’s Board of Directors, retired Dean of Butler University Jordan College of Arts, and Professor Emeritus at Butler University. In a 30-year solo career, I was… Read More

Arts in the Classroom & Community

While there’s no magic solution to fix every problem in our community, in the classroom, in the world, I think choral music might be one of our best bets. A valuable step in the right direction no doubt. The Symphonic Choir’s annual Gala Bel Canto is just over a week away, and the one-night event… Read More

79th Season Thus Far

From time to time, we welcome guest bloggers to the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir blog. Different perspectives, unique thoughts…they make for an interesting read, no doubt. This blog post is brought to you by Dr. Janet Hock, an alto who is in her second season with the Symphonic Choir. Orpheus, looking back to check on his… Read More