New Season-New Music…WOW!

As I write, the clock is slowing counting down the final moments of the 77th concert season for the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir. Unlike the regular calendars that you and I use every day, the ISC calendar calls August 1 “New Years Day,” allowing the concert season and fiscal year to be in sync. The last… Read More

Singing Takes Italy!

Immediately on the heels of our successful run of DAPHNIS ET CHLOE in Indy, about 80 from Indy boarded overnight flights to Rome, where we joined over 100 other travelers for a week of sightseeing, rehearsing and performing. Our Festival Chorus numbered 110, and with family members and other non-singing travelers, our group was over… Read More

Guest Blog | Henry Leck

Britten War Requiem:  a monument in our time This season marks the one hundredth anniversary of Benjamin Britten’s birth. Consequently, this has been a real Britten year for the Indianapolis Children’s Choir.  In the fall, we performed the “Missa Brevis in D” and at holiday time, “Ceremony of Carols.”  And now, this spring the “War… Read More