A southern Indiana tourist site is moving ahead with plans for an indoor performing arts center that local officials hope will lure visitors back to its once-thriving arts-and-music village.
The first episode of the Indianapolis Business Journal’s new weekly podcast explore how future leaders can use the experience of making music to learn how to inspire great performances from their workforces.
The entertainment provider is launching its biggest seasons yet at both Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center in Noblesville and Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park in Indianapolis.
Broadway phenomenon “Hamilton: An American Musical” is scheduled for Indianapolis as part of an upcoming national tour of the show, but fans will need to be patient.
James Johnson will take over the largest arts-related employer in Indiana, where he’ll oversee 55 administrative staff members, 74 full-time musicians and a $26 million operating budget.
Bassoonist John Wetherill, 63, alleged years of age discrimination and harassment by Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra conductor Krzysztof Urbanski, and said ISO leadership knowingly allowed it to occur.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra experienced its fifth straight year of record ticket sales during the 2016-17 season while meeting budget projections for the fourth time in five years.
Live Nation, owner of the 24,000-capacity amphitheater in Noblesville, announced Wednesday morning that the venue would be renamed Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center as part of a multiyear deal.
Jeffrey C. McDermott, a longtime partner with Indianapolis-based law firm Krieg DeVault, won’t have a significantly different commute as the permanent CEO of The Center for the Performing Arts.
The county-owned Maple Leaf Performing Arts Center, planned near Nashville, is expected to host concerts in multiple music genres, according to hospitality officials.
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra CEO Gary Ginstling is leaving the ISO to become executive director of the National Symphony Orchestra, the NSO announced Monday.
What would happen if, say, a playwright, a video artist, a sculptor and a musician got together for a few weeks to try to create something without concern about who would see the final product … or even if there were a final product?
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra has quickly found a new title sponsor for its Symphony on the Prairie summer concert series after Marsh Supermarkets ended its 35-year run.
One of Indiana's top concert venues is stepping up security measures following a suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, that killed 22 people.
The beleaguered supermarket chain had sponsored the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s summer outdoor concert series for 35 years.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is defending its conductor and leaders, describing claims of age discrimination and harassment made by a tenured musician as “outlandish” and “baseless.”
A federal lawsuit filed by principal bassoonist John Wetherill accuses Music Director Krzysztof Urbanski and Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra managers of trying to push out musicians older than 40 to replace them with younger and lower-paid performers.
This year, Steve Ross, 62, celebrates three decades as owner of The Vogue, perhaps (after the Central Canal) Broad Ripple’s most enduring landmark.
The Warehouse—a 150-seat venue in a 60-year-old former machine shop in the Arts & Design District—had three shows scheduled this week. Dozens of national artists played at the music hall over the past 15 months.