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La belle époque: The Legacy of Ysaÿe
Enjoy an evening of LIVE music with 1998 IVCI Gold Medalist Judith Ingolfsson as she and husband/pianist Vladimir Stoupel celebrate the legacy of “The King of the Violin,” Eugène Ysaÿe.
Thursday, May 20 – 7:30 PM
Indiana Landmarks Center – 1201 Central Avenue
1998 IVCI Gold Medalist Judith Ingolfsson and her husband/pianist Vladimir Stoupel return to Indianapolis to present repertoire from their 2019 recording La belle époque. The great Eugène Ysaÿe, considered to be the “King of the Violin,” inspired countless works and dedications throughout his life, including Théodore Dubois’ only violin sonata. César Franck wrote his A major violin sonata as a wedding presentView more
1201 Central Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46202
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Due to travel restrictions and other logistic issues related to the pandemic, this recital replaces the appearance of 1986 IVCI Gold Medalist Kyoko Takezawa in her "Heroic Saint-Saens and Beethoven" program, which had been reprogrammed from March 2020.