Butler Univeristy Presents Free Classical Music: Violinist Stephanie Sant’Amrbogio

Butler University hosts world renowned violinist Stephanie Sant’Ambrogio Tuesday, October 27 for a free concert, open to all Indianapolis people. The free Indianapolis music performance starts at 7:30 in the Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall at Butler University. Experience the beauty of this classical stringed instrument played by a true master.

Stephanie Sant’Ambrogio travels the world performing classical music since she earned her Bachelors of Music degree from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Since then she has achieved her Masters of Music, performed in Europe and Africa with other world renowned classical music artists, and found a passion for teaching. She comes to Butler University in Indianapolis this week from her home in San Antonio, Texas, where she was appointed the Concertmaster of the San Antonio Symphony in 1994. Stephanie Sant’Ambrogio has worked with classical music organizations across the country including the Cleveland Orchestra, the Akron Symphony, the Miami String Quartet, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.

In 1993, Stephanie Sant’Ambrogio became the Artistic Ambassador for the United States Information Agency. With this title, she performed a recital tour of classical music in Estonia, Sweden and Ghana. After that she toured to Italy, where she collaborated with a string quartet organized for Mikhail Baryshinokov’s White Oak Dance Project.

Stephanie Sant’Ambrogio’s passion for classical music leds her down many paths. Two such paths lead to the creation of The Cactus Pear Music Festival and the Amici String Quartet. As a founding member of both groups, Stephanie Sant’Ambrogio played an integral part in their success. Her current undertaking is to provide classical music elementary programs to schools across San Antonio.

Hear Stephanie Sant’Ambrogio for free this Tuesday at Butler University, just north of Indianapolis downtown. Expand your Indianapolis education at this free concert. After the show head over to Broad Ripple Village just minutes away from Butler Univeristy. Discuss the musical intonations over a mug of local brew from the Broad Ripple Brew Pub. With so many Indianapolis restaurants and Indianapolis bars to choose from, your evening can go anywhere! Butler University’s commitment to presenting free classical music to Indianapolis society makes them an admirableĀ  Indianapolis university.