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INDIANAPOLIS BAROQUE ORCHESTRA

Named one of the top 25 ensembles in celebration of Early Music America’s 25th anniversary in 2011, the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra (IBO) is dedicated to excellent and exuberant performance of 17th- and 18th-century music on period instruments. It is led by its artistic director, Barthold Kuijken.

Praised for its performances of French Baroque, members of the orchestra are some of the finest Baroque specialists in North America, and frequently collaborate with other premier ensembles throughout the country. Notable guest appearances by, among others, Julianne Baird, Stanley Ritchie and John Holloway have become highlights in the concert series the orchestra presents in Indianapolis and around the United States.

Established in 1997, the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra is committed to music education and regularly presents concerts in schools, libraries, nursing homes, and hospitals. It likewise is invested in the Indianapolis arts scene, frequently collaborating with other arts organisations, such as art museums, dance companies, and opera companies. The Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra joins forces with Indianapolis Early Music to present the second quadrennial Indianapolis International Baroque Competition in the summer of 2020. The Grand Mogul is the third recording in the Naxos/IBO project, following The Lully Effect (8.573867) and The Versailles Revolution (8.573868). Kuijken resumes his role of IBO conductor in The Colourful Telemann, recorded for Naxos in February 2019.

For more information, www.indybaroque.org.

Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra
Photo: D. Todd Moore

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