Story Telling in a Song: “Rise Anon”

Written by Janet Hock Every year, the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir (ISC) commissions a new Christmas Carol by holding a competition for composers, 35 years old or younger). The winning carol is performed at the annual ISC Festival of Carols concerts in December. A panel of experts reviews the submissions, ranking them on the merits of… Read More

Guest Blog: The Marvelous Enigmas of Igor Stravinsky’s “Symphony of Psalms”

From time to time, we invite guest bloggers to share their thoughts about activities of the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir. In this post, we welcome Janet, a member of the Symphonic Choir’s alto section. It was mid-October. The choir was sight-singing their way through Stravinsky’s “Symphony of Psalms” before submerging in the Christmas concert season. The… 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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