The Managing Director of the Indiana Repertory Theatre, Steven Stolen, wears a different hat this Sunday, September 27 as he sings at the Meridian Song Project. This season opening concert is free and open to the people of Indianapolis. It starts at4:00 pm at Trinity Episcopal Church at 33rd and North Meridian Street.
The Meridian Song Project opens its 13th season with selections from Richard Rodgers and Roger Quilter. Butler University’s Catherine Brinegerud will accompany Stolen on the piano. The Meridian Song Project offers eclectic chamber music performances that are free to the public. Stolen is sure to offer a meaningful contribution to Indianapolis music as he shows that he can do more for the arts than just manage them.
Make an evening of it by visiting any of many nearby Indianapolis restaurants and Indianapolis bars in the Indianapolis cultural district, Broad Ripple Village, or Indianapolis downtown. With all the dough you will save by attending this free Indianapolis event, you can afford to treat yourself to an evening out in the Circle City.
For more information about the Meridian Song Project and their upcoming schedule, visit their website here. And stay tuned to Fun City Finder.com for all the latest information on Indianapolis art, Indianapolis theater, music, dance and other fun things to do in Indianapolis.