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Stella Artois and the Indy Symphony

Submitted by on October 15, 2013 – 8:52 amNo Comment

indiana_indianapolis_Times-ThreeGonna be ambling through central Indiana later this month, Road Trips Foodies? Here’s an event you might like to try: happy hour at the symphony.

Yep. Although “Bach, Beethoven and Boomwhackers” are on the performance schedule, what makes October 24, 2013, at the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra into something different is the Stella Artois Happy Hour before the music plays at 6:30 p.m. in the Hilbert Circle Theatre on Monument Circle, downtown Indianapois, Indiana (map).

Beginning at 5 p.m. there’ll be complimentary food and drink sampling from many local restaurants including Adobo Grill, Coca-Cola, New Amsterdam Spirits, Eddie Merlot’s, Harry and Izzy’s, Hoosier Park’s Winner’s Circle, Courses Restaurant & Bakery at Ivy Tech, Just Pop In!, Plat 99, Starbucks and Stella Artois.

Following the one-hour performance, the ISO’s young professionals group FORTE will host a special after-party at Plat 99 featuring drink specials and opportunities to mingle with ISO musicians.

Performing that night is guest artist Plastic Musik, which joins Time for Three and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Based out of Las Vegas, Nevada, Plastic Musik is a performance group that uses traditional percussion techniques with all-plastic instruments – called “Boomwhackers” – to produce familiar melodies. Conducted by David Glover and created by Time for Three (Zach De Pue, Nick Kendall and Ranaan Meyer), the one-hour performance with Plastic Musik will feature interpretations of several contemporary hits and classical favorites such as the Bach Double, Mozart’s Turkish March, and “Ode to Joy” from Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9.

If you’re sure you’ll be there, get a discount ticket in advance ($25); tickets purchased the day of the event are $30 per person.

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