Reminder: Free IBJ A&E Season Preview event 9/19

September 12, 2012
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There are still some seats available for the Sept. 19 IBJ A&E Season Preview event at Butler University's Robertson Hall, Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall.

The free event, which I'll be hosting, features performances by representatives of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, the Cabaret at the Columbia Club, Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre, and more.

And, yes, I said free. It's just another IBJ effort to open doors between audiences and the arts.

There are no reservations required, but to guarantee a seat, just e-mail me at, subject line IBJ Season Preview Event to reserve tickets (up to four per person). If you represent a larger group, please contact me directly.

And if you represent an arts organization and would like to participate, please contact me ASAP at the same address. We have limited table space available at the post-show reception.

So will I see you there?

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    Hello whomever put this event on ? Looking forward to being a part of this ... Jerry, Polly

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