(June – July) Also known as the Festival Music Society of Indiana, Indianapolis Early Music was initiated in 1966 and is the oldest continuing presenter of its kind in the country. Featured works include those by illustrious composers like Vivaldi, Corelli, Telemann, Scarlatti, Dowland, and Handel, as well as more obscure artists such as Salamon Rossi, Matthew Holmes, John Johnson, and Jean d’Estrée. Esteemed early music ensembles, such as Plain and Easie, Tempesta di Mare, Sacabuche, and the Baltimore Consort, give performances covering the Medieval period through the early Classical period.
Indianapolis Early Music Festival Information
- Public Transportation: Very Good (a short walk from buses 3, 8, 24, and 37 at Ohio Street/West Street, and bus 50 at West New York Street/West Street; and a 5-minute walk from buses 3, 4, 5, 8, 10, 15, 24, 25, 28, 34, 37, and 50 at North Capitol Avenue/Ohio Street)
- Handicapped Accessibility: Good
- Performances/Programs: Eight concerts, including a free Children’s concert
- Ticket Prices: $22 adults, $12 students
- Subscriptions: All concerts for $110; voucher booklets for future concerts are also available.