The Indiana State Fair announced five concerts Wednesday, including appearances by country singer Carly Pearce and the Turtles.
Audience members at Hilbert Circle Theatre will hear Brahms’ Symphony No. 1, which debuted in 1876, fused with Radiohead’s “OK Computer” album from 1997.
The auction, which brought in a total of nearly $15 million, featured numerous Nirvana-related items that were sold, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Colts’ Kicking The Stigma mental health awareness campaign.
Hirschman is returning to her roots as a classically trained pianist as the development leader at the American Pianists Association.
New music festival will bring Portugal the Man, Lucinda Williams, The Four Tops and many more artists to the Indiana State Fairgrounds on Labor Day weekend.
Performers have yet to be announced for the All IN Music & Arts Festival, scheduled Sept. 3-4 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.
Plus, see IBJ arts reporter Dave Lindquist’s picks for can’t-miss shows at a variety of area venues.
Ryan Lott and his Son Lux bandmates composed and recorded nearly two hours of original music for “Everything Everywhere All at Once.”
Two-time Grammy Award winner Melissa Etheridge will perform as part of Symphony on the Prairie season that begins June 24 in Fishers.
In this week’s episode of the podcast, IBJ arts reporter Dave Lindquist talks with James Johnson, the CEO of the orchestra, about how the Bocelli show came to be and what will make it special for the ISO and the city.
Andrea Bocelli, the operatic star who has sold more than 90 million albums worldwide, is set to perform at Gainbridge Fieldhouse along with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
The university hopes to bolster the declining business-and-culture district by creating a center for theater and dance and green-lighting an Ohio firm to develop a hotel, apartments, retail spots, and spaces for office and research work.
The announcement completes the concert schedule for Indianapolis 500 weekend, which includes Legends Day and Snake Pit shows.
New program from GangGang, the city and Indy Arts Council matches nine musical acts with professional development opportunities.
“After Hours” will be written by veteran pop culture reporter Dave Lindquist, who joined IBJ in October to cover the arts, restaurants and retail.
For at least the next five years, Fifth Third Bank will be naming-rights sponsor of box offices at Carmel’s Center for the Performing Arts.
Now, at age 70, after a lifetime of speaking his mind, the Indiana artist doesn’t hesitate to name his adversaries.
Williams, who is also communication and engagement strategist at IUPUI, said the program—sponsored by the Africana Repertory Theatre of IUPUI—has helped develop playwrights in Indiana and new theater fans.
After saying last week that the 40-year-old stand-up club was history, owner Ruth-Anne Herber announces a change in plans.
Better weather meant that aerial dance group Bandaloop was able to perform off the corner of Salesforce Tower in a spot visible to fans gathered for the concert. The group’s performance had been canceled on Saturday when freezing rain hit the region.