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Symphony on the Circle

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Join the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and dozens of performing arts partners for this exciting inaugural event on Monument Circle! Designed to celebrate the connections we make through the shared love of music and performance, the ISO has partnered with Downtown Indy, Inc. to offer a free day of live music, food trucks, and networking with community organizations. The event takes place outdoors on Monument Circle from 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., followed by the live streaming of the ISO performing The Sea: Elgar, Mendelssohn, and Debussy, conducted by Music Director Jun Märkl, broadcast on the large screen outside.

Outdoor stage:
11 a.m. Indiana Ballet Conservatory
11:20 a.m. Indianapolis Symphonic Choir
12:10 p.m. Ballet Theatre of Carmel Academy
12:30 p.m. Indiana University Jacobs School of Music: BOOMington Tuba-Euphonium Quartet
1:30 p.m. Ballet Folklorico Mosaicos Indianapolis
2 p.m. Suzuki Academy
2:40 p.m. Circle City Orchestra
3:30 p.m. Metropolitan Youth Orchestra
4 p.m. Indianapolis Ballet

Please check back for updates as some performing groups will be confirmed in the next few weeks!

Food and beverage vendors:
Books, Bourbon & Bacon
Brozinni Pizzeria
Gordan’s Ice Cream
And more to come!

Be sure to visit our community partners on Monument Circle:

Arts for Learning
Boys and Girls Club of Indianapolis
Butler University Jordan College of the Arts
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis
Circle City Orchestra
Classical Music Indy
Drum Corps International
Heartland Film
Indiana Association of Chinese-Americans
Indiana Ballet Conservatory
Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
Indianapolis Ballet
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
Jazz Foundation
La Plaza Indy
And more to come!

Hilbert Circle Theatre:
International Violin Competition of Indianapolis
Indianapolis Symphonic Choir
American Pianists Association
Arts for Lawrence

This initiative is made possible with generous support from the Central Indiana Community Foundation Margot L. Eccles Arts & Culture Fund.