Jun 14
Opening night of Indianapolis Early Music Festival...

Opening night of Indianapolis Early Music Festival...

Presented by Festival Music Society at Indiana History Center

FIORE centers on a recently surfaced collection of music featuring the cello, held in a small archive in Como, Italy, the town where Elinor Frey visited thanks to numerous research grants. The manuscript contains music that ranks among the first works that feature the cello. The sonatas, brilliant and lyrical are likely written by the Milanese cellist Angelo Maria Fiore while the arias, found in operas by Bullarotti, Ziani, Sabadini, Pollarolo, and Magni, weave expressive cello lines with beautiful sung texts. Frey is joined by Grammy Award winner, Suzie LeBlanc and others.

Admission Info

Subscriptions are available for $110 and include one ticket specifically for each concert. Voucher packets, in packets of six, eight, or ten offer the ability to use then in clusters at the event or events of choice. The price is $120, $160, or $200 depending on the quantity purchased.  Single tickets are $22. Single tickets for full time students are $12 UNLESS purchased in advance and then they are free.  Group discounts can be arranged by special request.

Phone: 317 577 9731

Email: iemusic@gmail.com

Dates & Times

2019/06/14 - 2019/06/14

Additional time info:

Attendees are encouraged to attend the Dee Garrett Memorial pre-show conversation with the Music Director and the artists at 7:00. They are also invited to remain afterwards for a reception with the performers.

Parking is free in a lighted parking lot accessible from New York Street.

Location Info

Indiana History Center

450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202