INDIANAPOLIS EARLY MUSIC
ACRONYM    appears June 28th.

ACRONYM appears June 28th.

The Baltimore Consort    Appears June 30th.

The Baltimore Consort Appears June 30th.


 

The 53rd Festival

Indianapolis Early Music presents an outstanding and unusually inventive 53rd Festival for 2019. Featuring instrumental and choral selections from the Renaissance, Medieval, Baroque, and Sephardic traditions, among others, our audiences will delight in the work of some of North America’s finest musicians.

 

The Second Weekend

Friday, June 28 ACRONYM

Saturday, June 29 The Baltimore Consort’s Free Family Concert

Sunday, June 30 The Baltimore Consort


The Final Weekend

Friday, July 12 A Special All-Star Band assembled exclusively for the Festival with a program conceived by Mark Cudek and Phil Spray

Saturday, July 13 The DaVinci Players Free Family Concert

Sunday, July 14 Grand Finale: Grammy-winning soprano Estelí Gomez with the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra present “Viva Vivaldi IV”




Previously This Season

Friday, June 14 Suzie LeBlanc, Elinor Frey, and Friends

Sunday, June 16 Tres Hermanicas and Friends

May 5th, 2019 The Rose Ensemble May 5th, 2019.




Indianapolis Early Music pauses this season to remember its dear friend, founding Board member, and past President.

Fred Schlegel July 24, 1941 - May 27, 2019


Tickets

Tickets are available online, by mail, and by telephone. They are available for individual concerts or in a variety of season packages. Limited free student tickets are available by calling the office in advance.

About IEM

Indianapolis Early Music (IEM) is America's oldest continuous presenter of Early Music. Originally known by its corporate name of Festival Music Society, it was established in 1966.  Meet our Staff and our Board. Read our latest newsletter and our recently-adopted strategic plan!

 

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2020 Competition

Indianapolis Early Music and IndyBaroque Music, Inc. invite student and emerging professional musicians in historical performance to apply to compete in the 2020 Indianapolis International Baroque Competition. The $10,000 Gerber Prize will be awarded. This second International Competition is the follow-up to the highly successful IEM/IBO 2016 Competition.

 

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