Frank Felice Shares Eclectic Tastes with University of Indianapolis: Free Music!

University of Indianapolis welcomes guest composer Frank Felice this Wednesday, October 28 for a special recital of this Indianapolis musician’s vocal works. Felice is known to the Indianapolis music world as a full-time professor at Butler University. Under his ferocious mane, an innovative musician lays. Felice inspires student composers at Butler University every day to follow through with unique music composition concepts. Share in his original music this Wednesday at 7:30 pm in the Ruth Lilly Performance Hall of the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center. This recital is FREE to all Indianapolis people!

Frank Felice is a main-stay of Indianapolis performing arts. With creativity to spare, he finds himself constantly collaborating with various groups from Butler Universtiy Theatre to the American Pianist Association. Though Felice’s musical career has taken him from one coast of the United States to the other and even around the world, he has carved out a pleasant home for himself in Indy. He has been commissioned to compose music for many Indianapolis nonprofit organizations such as the Indiana Arts Commission, the Indiana Repertory Theatre, Dance Kaleidoscope, the American Pianist Association, Indianapolis Youth Symphony and many more.

Frank Felice even composed music for a full length ballet called “The Willow Maiden,” which premiered at Clowes Memorial Hall and was performed by Butler University’s Department of Dance. In addition, he released an acclaimed album of electronic and electro-acoustic music called “Sidewalk Music. As a university professor, Felice’s talent for thinking outside the box comes in handy when it comes to Indianapolis education. Constantly pushing his students and himself to create truly original art in Indianapolis, Frank Felice has changed the lives of hundreds of Indianapolis kids during his tenure at Butler University in the Circle City.

Hear Frank Felice’s music that “explodes with originality and fun” (New Music Box) and has been called “powerful and moving” (Concerted Offering) this Wednesday for free at the University of Indianapolis. For more information about Frank Felice, visit his website.

Considering a mid-week break? This Indianapolis event might be perfect for you. Pair with dinner or drinks from these great Indianapolis restaurants and Indianapolis bars. Unwind from the grind with music on hump-day. Check out Frank Felice and put your finger on the pulse of Indianapolis music.

Frank Felice
October, 2009

Ruth Lilly Performance Hall

Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center
University of Indianapolis
1400 E. Hanna Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46227