The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's Discovery Concerts are designed for students in grades 3-6. Don’t miss the opportunity for your students to hear the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra perform in the historic Hilbert Circle Theatre in downtown Indianapolis. For many students, this is the first chance they have to hear a major orchestra perform live.
2016 discovery concert dates
"I had a wonderful time attending the ISO Discovery Concert. The rhythm of the different music was lively - exciting like Beethoven and some were mellow - like Swan Lake. I loved hearing all different kinds of music I have never heard before."
- Cole, fifth grade
January 26 | February 16-17 | April 5 | May 10 | May 17-18
10:15 am & 11:30 am
The program: To Be announced
HOW TO ORDER
1. Estimate the number of seats needed and select your date and time concert preference.
2. Complete the reservation form and return to the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
32 E. Washington St., Suite 600
Indianapolis, IN 46204
You may return by mail or email to Linda Noble.
Changes may be made to your reservation date and numbers anytime prior to the payment due date. The cost: $7 per student and $8 per adult, and includes comprehensive preparation materials and a teacher workshop.One FREE teacher/chaperone ticket for every 10 student tickets purchased. Please note that a handling fee will be added to each order.
2016 Discovery Concert Order Form
For more information contact Linda Noble, Associate Director of Education at 317.262.4907.
Teacher Resources: coming soon
Presenting Sponsor: The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Association
Batt Family Foundation
Elba L. & Gene Portteus Branigin Foundation
Firestone Building Products & Industrial Products
Franklin Symphonic Council
Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance
Rock Island Refining Foundation
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