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The folks at the Indianapolis Museum of Art have named names (at least some) for programming at its soon-to-be-opening Tobias Theatre.
The initial schedule for this new “living room” for the arts includes:
–“Virtuosos and Visions,” featuring violinist Cho-Liang Lin, pipa artist Min Xiao-Fen, and a performance of the genre-bending “Ghost Opera.” The concert will serve as the opener for the venue on Nov. 21. (Okay, you can ask: a pipa is short-necked fretted lute. Please don’t ever be shy about asking.)
–Noted chef and restaurant owner Alice Waters speaking on Dec. 2 on the subject of “Slow Food” (as opposed to fast food).
–Winter Nights movie screenings, echoing the popular outdoor Summer Nights series of mainstream film and classics. The Friday night flickers will run through January and February.
–One-Two Punch movie screenings, in which two somehow-related films will be paired. These will be featured the last Saturday of each month, beginning in November.
More announcements to come.