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Artist William Lamson transformed a former communications tower for a new work featured in the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s entryway April 8-Aug. 28. Details here

“Celtic Women: Songs from the Heart” comes to the Murat Theatre April 9. Details here

Installation artist Theaster Gates and The Black Monks of Mississippi perform “And the Whole Yard Said Amen” at the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s Tobias Theatre April 8. Details here.

The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra performs Tchaikovsky’s “Symphony No. 3,” April 7-9. Details here. 

Storyteller Beth Horner performs “Love, Lost, Found and Fumbled” at the Indiana History Center’s Basile Theatre. Details here

Indianapolis City Ballet offers an April 10 master class at Curtain Call Studio for Performing Arts with Brooke Desnoes, founder and artistic director of the American Academy of Dance in Paris. Details here

Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre revives three pieces under the banner “Saints and Sinners,” April 8-9 at Pike Performing Arts Center. Details here

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