The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra gives thanks this week for their visiting guest artist, trumpeter Chris Botti. This young musician is making waves in the music world fit for legendary trumpet player Louis Armstrong. Chris Botti is a sleek new face at the fore front of brass instruments and jazz music. He comes to Indianapolis this week for a one night only performance with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra on Tuesday, November 24 at 7:00 pm.
Chris Botti (pronounced boat-tee) has been on the top of the charts since 2004 with the release of his critically acclaimed album When I Fall in Love. Currently, he is the largest selling American jazz insturmental artist. At the top of the music industry in the United States, Botti has performed with some of the most recognizable names in music including John Mayer, Yo Yo Ma, Sting, Steven Tyler, Joshua Bell, Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, Frank Sinatra, and Michael Buble.
Botti has an incredibly wide appeal. With the fashion sense of a hipster pop icon and musical sensibilites that are compatible with the NPR crowd, Chris Botti plays to some of the widest varitey of fans in the music industry. His success brings him audiences normally reserved for pop music, while his affiliation with PBS has lead to four #1 Jazz Albums with mutiple Gold, Platinum and Grammy Awards.
He lives a rigorous life style pleasing his fans on the road 250 plus days a year. Botti’s musical talents have found him at events experiencing things most people only dream about from performing at the World Series and a Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony to being voted one of People Magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful People in 2004.
Kick off your Thanksgiving weekend with trumpet sensation Chris Botti. For his first time back in the Circle City in over two years, Botti picked an excellent week to share his music with the holiday crowds of Indy. His charismatic stage presence, polished elegant style and exquisite sound will delight the whole family. With a vaired repoitoire of classics, Italian love songs, pop music and holiday favorites, this is one seasonal celebration you do not want to miss.
For more information on this Indianapolis music event, visit the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s website. While you are there, look for news on other upcoming Indianapolis events at the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, such as their Yuletide Celebration going on the entire month of December. As one of the most successful Indianapolis performing arts groups, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra invites the whole family to make a holiday tradition out of their Yuletide Celebration. Consider supporting this Indianapolis nonprofit organization this holiday season.
Start your long weekend with the Indianapolis art event, Chris Botti in concert. Take the family for a dinner at any of these great Indianapolis restaurants, many located on or near Monument Circle where Hilbert Circle Theatre calls home in the heart of Indianapolis downtown. For that special someone continue your holiday weekend at your new favorite Indianapolis bar. Stay tuned to Fun City Finder.com for all the latest on fun things to do in Indianapolis this holiday season.
November 24 at 7:00 pm
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
Hilbert Circle Theatre
45 Monument Circle
Indianapolis, IN 46204