News & Announcements

November 12, 2020
Indianapolis Symphonic Choir partners w/ Indianapolis Zoo to feature carolers during this year’s Christmas at the Zoo
“I’m so excited the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir will be lighting up the campfires with their beautiful music,” said Mrs. Claus. “Music and the holidays go together like sugar cookies and candy sprinkles. See you all in my kitchen in Santa’s Village at the Zoo.”
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September 22, 2020
Indianapolis Symphonic Choir’s annual Festival of Carols celebrates 30 years, will air on MyINDY-TV 23 December 21
The performance will feature Indianapolis native and world-renowned soprano Angela Brown, and the premiere of “Heart of God,” winner of the annual Christmas Carol Commission Competition.
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July 23, 2020
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra cancels 2020-2021 indoor concert season
In light of the current challenges, postponing all indoor concert performances for the 2020-21 season is the best course of action to ensure the ISO can continue serving the community to its best ability.
More information here.

June 9, 2020
Indianapolis Symphonic Choir announces new Conducting Fellow for 2020-2022
The Indianapolis Symphonic Choir announces Alejandro Reyna as its newest conducting fellow for the 2020-2022 academic years. Reyna, a Houston native, is a 2017 graduate of Wabash College and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in music at Butler University with a dual focus on choral conducting and voice performance.
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May 12, 2020
Indianapolis Symphonic Choir announces Augusta Read Thomas as newest commissioned composer
“I am incredibly honored and excited to have the opportunity to present a new work by much-heralded composer Augusta Read Thomas,” said Indianapolis Symphonic Choir Artistic Director Eric Stark. “We are very proud to be partnering with a composer of worldwide stature, recognized depth and boundless promise, who has written works for the Chicago and Boston symphonies, the Berlin Philharmonic, the Cleveland Orchestra and the Washington Choral Arts Society. Just as we cherish the chance to ‘preserve’ the great works of the past by masters such as Bach, Beethoven and Mozart, we are equally committed to providing an opportunity to experience and support new works by the world’s top living composers. Our work together will help us extend our reach into the future by ensuring a place for new compositions.”
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May 4, 2020
ISO cancels performances through September 17, 2020.
More information here.