UIndy Event Ticketing CenterEvent Ticketing Center

UIndy's Event Ticketing Center (E.T.C.) facilitates ticketing and reservations for most ticketed events on campus except athletic eventsPlease call our ticketing
and information line for performance times, venues and other information.

Location: Ransburg Auditorium lobby (east entrance to Esch Hall)

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Ticketing and Information Line: 317-788-3251

Tickets on sale now:

Twyla Tharp: 'The Creative Habit'

Wednesday, March 18, 7 p.m. (Doors will open at 6 p.m.)
Ruth Lilly Performance Hall, CDFAC
Admission: 
UIndy students tickets can be reserved—one per person—for free with I.D. beginning February 16 at 11 a.m. 
UIndy faculty/staff tickets can be purchased—two per person—for $10 beginning February 17 at 11 a.m.
UIndy alumni tickets can be purchased—two per person—for $10 beginning February 18 at 11 a.m. on Alumni Central ►
General admission tickets can be purchased for $10 beginning February 23 at 11 a.m. 

Jazz Week

Monday, April 6 – UIndy Jazz Combo
Admission: Free

Student combo performs jazz and American pop standards.

Tuesday, April 7 – UIndy Jazz Ensemble
Admission: Free

Student big band performs classic swing repertoire.

Wednesday, April 8 – Pianist Steve Allee
Admission: $20; $10 for seniors; free for ages 18 and younger and for all college students with ID

A longtime Indiana jazz scene leader with a national reputation, pianist-composer Steve Allee has written and performed for syndicated radio programs, motion pictures and network television shows including NYPD Blue, Mad About You and Friends. He has released several albums as a bandleader, most recently the trio recordings Dragonfly and Colors. He also serves as music director for the nationally syndicated comedy-variety radio program The Bob and Tom Show.

Thursday, April 9 – Saxophonist Danny Walsh and trumpeter Mark Buselli
Admission: $20; $10 for seniors; free for ages 18 and younger and for all college students with ID

Trumpeter Mark Buselli is one of central Indiana’s leading jazz performers and educators, best known locally as the director of jazz studies at Ball State University and a leader of the Buselli-Wallarab Jazz Orchestra. New York City-based saxophonist Danny Walsh, known for his unusual proficiency on both tenor and alto sax, has recorded several albums as a bandleader and with fusion drummer Lenny White. The two collaborated on Buselli’s 2014 album Untold Stories.

Friday, April 10 – Drummer Tim Horner
Admission: $20; $10 for seniors; free for ages 18 and younger and for all college students with ID

A graduate of Boston’s Berklee College of Music, Tim Horner has been a fixture on the New York City jazz scene for more than three decades. His professional career began with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra and has included performances around the world with the likes of Wynton Marsalis, Dave Liebman, Hank Jones and George Mraz. He has been a regular substitute with the Village Vanguard Jazz Orchestra and an instructor at New Jersey City University.

Saturday, April 11 – Bassist Rufus Reid
Admission: $20; $10 for seniors; free for ages 18 and younger and for all college students with ID

In his half-century career, bassist and composer Rufus Reid has played on more than 400 recordings and has performed with Dexter Gordon, Stan Getz, Nancy Wilson, Kenny Burrell and the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra, among other notables. He currently leads the trio Out Front and performs with larger ensembles at such venues as the Kennedy Center. His latest album is 2014’s Quiet Pride: The Elizabeth Catlett Project. He also is known as a jazz educator and author of the definitive instructional book The Evolving Bassist.


Frequently Asked Questions

We are happy to answer any questions you may have regarding a UIndy Arts performance. Check out our Frequently Asked Questions, or feel free to call us at the number listed above.