Awesome Job! You guys sound great. In Atlanta Symphony, keep up the fight, we are right there with you!
Lovely and inspiring! So glad I could see this, if only through cyberspace!
Bravo to the ISO strings at the fashion mall flash mob. It was just so beautiful. I am proud to work with you.
Is there any doubt that music is one of greatest things about being human? Especially when it's great music like the Tschaikovsky "Serenade" and "Four Seasons", played by a world-class group of musicians like those in the ISO. These are artists worthy of the full support of their community.
These musicians are great. Indianapolis is so much the better to have them. Indy can say proudly that it has major league sports and business. But it also has major league culture. The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra musicians are major league. They add a lot of quality to life in Indianapolis. That is very important to me. I hope that all others who agree make their voices heard.
Wonderful to see musicians of this caliber performing in such an unusual venue...and playing so beautifully and without notes! The ISO has much to be proud of, and particularly its strings. Congrats to all who participated. I was especially interested in the all-absorbed expressions on the children in the clip. This is the real hope of classical music in our society. Well done ISO! Lawrence Hurst
We must not lose sight of the importance of the ISO to our community. Everyone should support them in their current labor negotiations.
Very impressive! Kudos to the ISO musicians.
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