Celebrate Indiana’s musical heritage in a program combining music and spoken commentary as European chamber music and Hoosier history mix it up in “When Indiana Was Young.”
IndyBaroque Music, Inc. celebrates Indiana’s musical heritage with a program combining music and spoken commentary. What was happening in New France, later known as the Indiana Territory, when the great composers of the Baroque were active in Europe? European chamber music and Hoosier history mix it up in “When Indiana Was Young.”
Hear the haunting gut strings of the Baroque violin and fretted viola da gamba along with the plucked keyboard instrument popular at the time, the harpsichord, and the travers0, the Baroque version of the modern flute – made out of boxwood with only one key!
This program is made possible with support by the Indiana Arts Commission, the Lanier Mansion Historic Site, and the Vincennes State Historic Site.
Students and Youth $10
Tickets available now at www.indybaroque.org and on the day of the event at the door.
Doors open at 3:30pm.
Parking is accessible in lots to the east and south of the Art Center as well as a small lot to the west near the Art Center’s auxiliary building, the Cultural Complex.