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When Uplifting Music BRINGS DOWN THE HOUSE February 17 in Indy

When 90 voices sing – in unison and in tune – it’s going to be uplifting. Which is why the description of the 90-member Symphonic Praise Choir’s concert with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Indianapolis – “Bringing Down the House” – is perfect!

Philharmonic Orchestra of Indianapolis (photo courtesy AroundIndy.com)

Philharmonic Orchestra of Indianapolis (photo courtesy AroundIndy.com)

Since 1941, the Philharmonic Orchestra has provided the Indianapolis community with entertaining, excellent concerts by Central Indiana’s accomplished volunteer musicians.  The Phil consists of the 90 member, full symphonic orchestra and the 100 voice

Symphonic Praise Choir.

The 15th Annual Gospel Concert is February 17, 2013 at 3 pm at the Pike Performing Arts Center. Reginald Waters will be conducting, and the choir will be lead by the direction of Paralee Gale. Tickets are available here or you can find out more info at www.PhilharmonicIndy.org.

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