The fifth concert of the Indianapolis Early Music Festival plays music from the time of genius Leonardo Da Vinci, and includes dancers from Chicago’s Haymarket Opera.
The world has known geniuses like Mozart and Einstein, but never was there such a genius across fields. Leonardo was an artist, inventor, scientist, and musician. In a one of a kind multi-media event Indianapolis Early Music “Festival will present the world of Leonardo in music, dance, narration, and projected images. the all star band assembled by IEM Artistic Director Mark Cudek and Indy ‘Baroque performer and Board member, Phil Spray, will include Grammy nominated lutenist “Ronn McFarlane and feature choreography by the world’s foremost authority Catherine Turocy.
Single tickets are $22. Voucher packets of six, eight, or ten offer flexibility of attending the concert or concerts of choice. The price is $120, $160, and $200 depending on the quantity purchased. Full time student tickets are $12 unless purchased in advance in which case they are free.
Phone: 317 577 9731
2019/07/12 - 2019/07/12
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Attendees are encouraged to attend the Dee Garrett Memorial informal chats beginning half hour before the concert. These are engaging and informative and conducted by the Artistic Director and the performers.
There is always a post-concert reception with the artists afterwards.
Free parking is available in the lighted open air ground lot north of the History Center and reached from New York Street.