Guest Blogger: Peeking into Durufle rehearsals

From time to time, we invite a guest blogger to share their insights. In this installment, Janet – a member of the Symphonic Choir alto section – sheds light on this weekend’s Durufle Requiem. As we enter the last stage of preparation for a concert, our conductor, Eric Stark, is fond of advising us “Be… Read More

Maestro Joseph Flummerfelt visits our rehearsal

It was one of those moments in which one feels truly fortunate. Here I sat, like I have so many other Tuesday nights over the past 15 years, in rehearsal with the 150+ singers of the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, preparing for our upcoming performance. What was different about tonight, however, was the fact that I… Read More

Too Many Notes, Mozart…NOT! ;-)

Very soon, your favorite choir will take the stage with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra to present the timeless and powerful Requiem by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Composed at the end of his life (he left it unfinished, actually) Mozart’s Requiem stands as an enduring and dramatic message of timeless hope and reconciliation. Though the Requiem was… Read More