The final concert of the 53rd Indianapolis Early Music festival features the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra, Han Xie on baroque violin, Kathryn Montoya on baroque oboe, Joanna Blendulf on baroque cello along with Grammy winning soprano Esteli Gomez.
Our grand finale of the Indianapolis Early Music Festival is the fourth installment of Viva Vivaldi and will feature concertos for baroque cello, baroque oboe, baroque flute. Joanna Blendulf was recently appointed baroque cello professor at IU’s Jacobs School of Music. Kathryn Montoya has performed with Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra, the Cleveland Orchestra, Tafelmusik, the Wiener Akademie, Portland Baroque Orchestra and Apollo’s Fire. Han Xie is first violinist with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Grammy winning soprano Esteli Gomez will sing opera arias of the great and frequently underrated Vivaldi.
Single tickets are $22. Full time student tickets are $12 or, if arranged for in advance, are free of charge.
Phone: 317 577 9731
2019/07/14 - 2019/07/14
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Attendees are encouraged to attend the pre-concert informal chat with the Artistic Director and artists, taking place one half hour prior to the concert.
A reception follows each concert for audience and performers.
Free parking is available in the History Center open air lot accessed from New York Street.