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At a Glance

UIndy Arts is celebrating 22 years of the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center with more than 100 events devoted to arts and culture. A schedule of events for the week is listed below. Admission is free to the public, unless otherwise indicated.

Monday, January 23, 7:30 p.m.

Ronen Collaborations: Youthful Exuberance

Presented by Katz Sapper & Miller. Ruth Lilly Performance Hall, Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center

Continuing UIndy’s partnership with the Ronen Chamber Ensemble, "Youthful Exuberance" will feature the music of Herbert Howells, most notably his impressionistic piano quartet, written at the height of the Great War. Talented young cellist Caroline Saltzman will perform with Ronen regulars in two movements from Beethoven's Op. 11 Trio for clarinet, cello, and piano. The Poulenc clarinet sonata rounds out the evening.

Wednesday, January 25, 7:30 p.m.

The Icarus Ensemble

Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center

The Icarus Ensemble first came together for a Faculty Artist Concert at the University of Indianapolis in February of 2007. Since then, they have performed regularly around Indianapolis. The ensemble has performed more than a dozen times at Indianapolis' venerable Jazz Kitchen. 

The members are: Jon Crabiel, percussion; Dean Franke, violin; Peter Hansen, bass; Mark Ortwein, electric bassoon, soprano sax and bass clarinet; and Gary Walters, piano. The members regularly play with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and other local groups and serve as music instructors. They play a broad mix of music, from classically inspired jazz and pop standards to original compositions from group members. 
 
Admission: $15 for general public; $5 for seniors; and free for UIndy faculty, staff and students.

Upcoming Events

Monday, January 30, 7:30 p.m.

Evening of Classical Guitar

Presented by Katz Sapper & Miller. Ruth Lilly Performance Hall, Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center

UIndy’s Nemanja Ostojić presents an evening devoted to composers from the 18th through 20th centuries: Telemann, Albéniz, Fernando Sor, and Leo Brouwer. Mr. Ostojić will perform on a Jim Friesen spruce top instrument, courtesy of Reverie Classical Guitars of Indianapolis.