Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto at the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra

The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra presents Tchaikovsky’s noble Violin Concerto and other works featuring violinist Vadim Gluzman and conductor Andrew Litton. With a taste for Russian composition, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra proudly welcomes back Andrew Litton to conduct Tchaikovsky’s Coronation March and scenes from Prokofieve’s Romeo and Juliet. This Indianapolis music event takes place at the beautiful Hilbert Circle Theatre on Monument Circle of Indianapolis downtown on January 7th through 9th.

This will be Vadim Gluzman’s first time performing with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, through his recording of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto with Andrew Litton was Britain’s Classic FM disc of the month in June 2008. The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is excited to welcome back their long time friend Andrew Litton and to introduce Gluzman to Indianapolis people. The performances are set for January 7th at 11:00 am and January 8th and 9th at 7:30 pm.

Plus, Sound Off is back by popular demand. Maestro Sean Newhouse returns as the host of this weekend’s editions of Sound Off. This popular discussion forum gives audience a chance to discuss the repertoire chosen by the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra in relation to performances of the same pieces throughout the world. The discussion takes place one hour prior to each Symphonic Hits concert. Available only before the Friday and Saturday shows, this pre-concert event definitely makes your ticket worth more.

Speaking of ticket prices, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is running a special price now through January 9th. For only $20.10, you can have your pick of seats for any of the Classical, Pops or Symphonic Hits concert. Buy now and put these great concerts on your calendar! For more information about this Indianapolis event and other happenings at the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, visit their official website.

Make you outing in Indianapolis downtown complete. Dine at any of these great Indianapolis restaurants before the show, and continue your Sound Off discussion at any of these great Indianapolis bars. Fun City has all the info you need on fun things to do in Indianapolis. Stay tuned for coverage of Indianapolis arts, Indianapolis sports and everything in between.

Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto
January 7 to 9

Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
Hilbert Circle Theatre
45 Monument Circle
Indianapolis, IN