Butler University’s Symphonic Band Plays Free Concert, Tuesday Oct. 13

Butler University’s Symphonic Band Ensemble premieres their repertoire this Tuesday, October 13, at Clowes Memorial Hall at 7:30 pm. The concert is free and open to all people of Indianapolis. Find out what the students of the School of Music in one of the 25 largest colleges or universities in Indiana have to offer. This concert is for the Indianapolis community and will no doubt rank high this week in Indianapolis music.

The Symphonic Band is conducted by the newly appointed chair of the School of Music, Dr. Daniel P. Bolin. This Butler University ensemble performs the finest in large band symphonic repertoire. You can look forward to hearing composers such as Holst, Vaughan Williams, Leonard Bernstein, Robert Jager and others in concert as played by the Symphonic Band.

The Symphonic Band performs in Clowes Memorial Hall on Butler’s campus. Though, throughout the year you may hear them all around the Circle City, as they are frequently invited to play concerts off campus. The Symphonic Band presents a wonderful opportunity for any Butler student musician to come into contact with great music. In addition, they present the Indianapolis art scene with a great variety of music styles and composers.

Check out Butler University’s Symphonic Band this week for free. Make it a date night by visiting the conveniently located Indianapolis restaurants and Indianapolis bars in the near by Indianapolis cultural district, Broad Ripple Village.

For more information about other upcoming Indianapolis events hosted by Butler University’s School of Music, visit their website.