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Local Cultural Events With New Wrapping

Some packages benefit from a seasonal sprucing-up.

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Quick Q&A With Andrew Bird

“We’re using the orchestra as the band. I think of it like, Imagine Joshua Bell sings his own songs.

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Would Joshua Bell Stop To Listen To A Violinist In A Subway?

Ahead of the Bloomington-born violinist’s performances with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra October 5–7, we talked memorable mishaps, performing for presidents, and the whole Pulitzer Prize–winning subway-experiment story.When was the first moment you thought, Hey, I could make a career out of this?It was around the time I started studying in Bloomington with Josef Gingold, when […]

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Unspoken Rules: ISO Lunch Series

If you’ve ever been curious about the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s Fifth Third Bank Lunch Break Series, here’s all you need to know. = Really, bring lunch. The music drowns out the sound of 1,600 people chewing. Think about your wrapper choices, though. A bag of chips makes a lot of noise. Bring a drink, too—one with […]

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Quick Q&A With Amos Lee

“I could never really play covers. I couldn’t pick out the tunes because my ear wasn’t trained enough and I didn’t know enough chords. But I could write tunes.”

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What We’re Really Doing This Weekend: Noblesville Brewfest, Circle City Classic, and Harry Potter

An urban-farm bike tour, art in Carmel’s streets, and a boat race on the canal.

ISO Happy Hour
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Unspoken Rules: ISO Happy Hour

Tip No. 4: This is a good chance to sit in a fancy box seat on the second floor.

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Opposites: Zach DePue

The ISO concert master talks about travel, style, and rude plane passengers.