The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra was able to balance its budget again thanks to a rise in ticket sales and steady fundraising.
In his fifth season in Indianapolis, the Polish native not only leads the ISO, but also has conducting and guest-conducting commitments worldwide.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s outdoor concert series posted total attendance of more than 100,000 in 2014. Marsh Supermarkets has sponsored the series since its inception in 1982.
Michael Feinstein and company teach teens and the sounds of “Star Wars” hit Conner Prairie as music, music, music fill this week’s top picks.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra sold 127,835 tickets for the 2014-15 indoor season, up from 110,770 tickets the previous season. Subscription packages, another closely watched metric, also rose.
The individuals in the quintet have had to work around busy academic and performance schedules, which means Icarus Ensemble plays publicly together only about a dozen times a year.
A new federal transportation rule makes it clear that airlines must allow musical instruments of certain dimensions as carry-on items.
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's leaders played an upbeat tune Monday, reporting a second-consecutive operating surplus fueled by a 16-percent increase in revenue from ticket sales and a near-record year for fundraising.
The tap-dancing Santas, reindeer puppets and carol arrangements fulfill an essential role supporting the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s bottom line.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra enjoyed a nearly 19-percent surge in ticket sales during the 2013-14 indoor concert season, which ended this month, the ISO said Tuesday.
When Dale Chihuly’s work is among the least interesting pieces on display, you know you’ve got a strong glass art show. Such is the case with Indianapolis Museum of Art’s “Masters of Contemporary Glass: Highlights from the Marilyn and Eugene Glick Collection.”
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The Indianapolis abode of Polish-born conductor Krzysztof Urbanski and his wife, Joanna, is nice but a bit on the small side—a 1,376-square-foot apartment inside downtown’s new CityWay development.