This Wednesday, October 7 at 7:30 the Ensemble Music Society of Indianapolis presents the Ying Quartet with Christopher Taylor, an evening of classical music. Tickets are $30.00 each, which includes a pre-concert lecture at 6:45 pm, about the content of the concert. Indianapolis music is a buzz this week with such distinguished performers playing the Circle City.
The Ying Quartet is famous in the classical music world for their communicative performances which showcase the groups fearlessly imaginative chamber music. They have been playing together for over two decades, and in that time they have established themselves as one of the premiere sting quartets in the United States. In the past they have played concert halls such as Carnegie Hall and the Sydney Opera House. They are currently the quartet in residence at the Eastman School of Music.
Joining the Ying Quartet is pianist Christopher Taylor. Taylor comes to Indianapolis from Madison, Wisconsin where he is an associate professor of piano at the Universtiy of Wisconsin. Taylor has had ample opportunity to travel the world and perform. He been everywhere from Europe to Korera, the Philippines to the Caribbean. In the United States he has played with orchestras at the New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Detroit Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, Atlanta, Symphony, the Boston Pops, and many many more.
Indianapolis art welcomes the Ying Quartet with Christopher Taylor for one night only in the city of Indy. Hoosier’s can catch this Indianapolis event Wednesday, October 6 at the Eugene and Marylin Glick Indiana History Center in the Frank and Katrina Basile Theater at 450 West Ohio Street. Parking is free.
Indianapolis society will turn out in full colors come Wednesday to hear these wonderful musicians share the beauty of their art. Why not make an evening of it by getting dinner at the great Indianapolis restaurants located in nearby Indianapolis downtown. Discuss the tone and mood of the concert afterwards over drinks at these great Indianapolis bars.
For more information about this and other upcoming events produced by the Ensemble Music Society and to purchase tickets, visit their website.