The Music Mill, a local concert venue, restaurant and bar that has been closed down twice this year by different operators,
has new life. Local entrepreneur Ravi Chopra, 44, who owns the 6 Lounge & Restaurant downtown, announced last
night that he has purchased the Music Mill and plans to reopen it Oct. 12.
Indy Jazz Fest’s new promoters are taking a bold step with an already-risky venture. They’re turning
the 10-year-old event into one for jazz purists.
Three music events with direct visitor spending estimated at $28 million that were hosted at Lucas Oil Stadium offer proof,
city officials said, that the expense of the retractable roof and other features of the $720 million facility are paying off.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is looking for a new maestro, and
CEO Simon Crookall said he wants Mario Venzago’s replacement to have more of a local presence.
The Fine Arts Society of Indianapolis inspires passion for classical music across central Indiana through broadcast programming
The International Violin Competition of Indianapolis has lost a major corporate gift less than two years from curtain time.
This week, another stocking stuffer from the Bob and Tom crew and holiday-country music fusion at American Cabaret Theatre.
Indianapolis’ success at living up to its self-proclaimed status as the amateur sports capital of the world is legendary.
Now city and civic leaders are trying to build a similar hub of not-for-profit music organizations through a lower-key initiative
Andy Fry has played in five bands in the past 10 years or so, serving in various capacities, including singer/songwriter.
He and his seven bandmates of Indianapolis-based Margot and the Nuclear So and So’s have just recorded their second album,