Press Release

For Immediate Release 


Event Date: April 12 and then June 19 to July 12


Indianapolis Early Music Festival opens with free spring concert


America’s longest continually running early music festival announces its 49th season.


Conductor Matthias Maute View Larger Image 



The Rose Ensemble: Music of Three Faiths View Larger Image


Indianapolis, Indiana, March 16, 2015 ( - Music of the Renaissance, Baroque, and Medieval times, played on instruments of the period by artists using historically informed styles and techniques, will delight audiences in Indianapolis at the Indianapolis Early Music Festival (, from June 19 through July 12, 2015. The finest ensembles from throughout North America and Europe will perform at this year’s festival. In addition to enjoying the concert, Festival attendees will have an opportunity to meet the performers at post-concert receptions, and hear them discuss their music in pre-concert chats thirty minutes prior to each concert, all in the city’s finest venues.


Performing at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center, 450 W. Ohio St., Indianapolis, will be Matthias Maute; Ensemble Caprice:  Salsa Baroque; Soprano Nell Snaidas & Aeris; The Rose Ensemble: Music of Three Faiths; Trio Setticento & Guests; and Viva Vivaldi III:  Rachel Barton Pine and the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra.

A free Spring Concert takes place on April 12 at Historic Landmarks Center (1201 Central Ave, Indianapolis), featuring Kivie Cahn-Lipman and friends in a “Concert for Spring.”


Tickets are sold individually; by coupon books of six, eight, or ten; or subscription and are reasonably priced around $20. Students, with ID are admitted free of charge.


For additional information visit or call 317 577-9731.


About Indianapolis Early Music:

Indianapolis Early Music (IEM) is America's oldest continuous presenter of Early Music. Originally known by its corporate name of Festival Music Society, it was established in 1966 as a not-for-profit organization to enrich, educate, and entertain audiences with the music of Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and early classic eras. IEM is chiefly known for its annual summer Early Music Festival, a series of six concerts over four weeks. It presented its first festival in 1967. The Festival presents national and international performers, performing on instruments of the period. In addition, IEM presents a concert in the spring often featuring well-known groups on tour or those who are developing a following. Educational outreach is also a component of Indianapolis Early Music. Programs are regularly developed and presented to area middle and high schools.



Trio Setticento View Larger Image


Photo Credit Michael Ciesielski


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