IBJ Arts Night recap

October 1, 2010
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On Thursday evening, IBJ and the International School of Indianapolis presented the first IBJ Night of the Arts and, in case you missed it, here are some highlights with a couple pieces of video evidence.

Dance Kalaidoscope's David Hochoy shared stories of working with Martha Graham.

The Indiana Repertory Theatre's Milicent Wright offered insight into performing a one-person show (and sang a song, see video below).

The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's principal contrabassist Ju-Fang Liu offered a stunning solo piece on her bass (see video below).

Karlton Turner and John Austin Butsch offered a sneak preview song from their upcoming "Silver Bells ... Silver Screen" show.

And Actors Theatre of Indiana charmed with two numbers from "A Year With Frog and Toad."

And door prizes were given away from a wide range of Indiana arts organizations.

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