Pianist Garrett Myers joins the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic for Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 21.
"It was great to be on the road, but I was still in school and had to keep up with homework," Brandon Ridenour
Charles Webb, happy to be playing, but reluctant to being called a legend.
The Columbus Indiana Philharmonic features Saxophonist Kenneth Tse in the U.S. Symphonic premiere of David Canfields’ “Concerto after Glière."
Alice Curry, Mary Moran, and Krista Weiss discuss how hard economic times have affected their budgets, their music making, and their plans for the future.
"An April concert wouldn’t be complete without a nod to the season. We’re making a full bow."
Conductor David Bowden sums up Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana with one word, “massive.”
Cary Boyce has a setting of the traditional , ‘Lo, How a Rose ere Blooming.’ We’ve promised to try to make our performance just as beautiful as his vision.
The Columbus Indiana Philharmonic and the Bartholomew County Community mark the tenth anniversary of their Salute! concerts.