Zionsville, IN – May 25, 2012 – The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s (ISO) string section and its Artists-in-Residence’s string trio, Time for Three, will perform a diverse and colorful outdoor concert titled Symphony Under the Stars on Sunday, August 5, at 8:00 pm. Located at the picturesque Wild Air Farms, it is also home to the Traders Point Hunt Charity Horse Show and Country Fair. Horse show guests and competitors are encouraged to make their travel plans to arrive two days early to take advantage of this wonderful event. Patrons may bring their own food and beverages to the concert, and limited concessions will be available on site. Gates open at 6:00 p.m. The program, which will be led by ISO Concertmaster and Time for Three member Zach De Pue, will be announced in the near future.
General admission tickets are $25 for adults and $13 for those with a student ID and children 12 and under, with children two and under receiving free admission. Tickets may be ordered beginning June 1 through the Hilbert Circle Theatre Box Office at (317) 639-4300, or www.IndianapolisSymphony.org. To order by telephone outside of Indianapolis, call toll free (800) 366-8457. Tables for up to 10 people may be reserved for $60 per table.
Symphony Under the Stars is part of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s outreach effort to perform in communities throughout Indiana. Each season, the Indianapolis Symphony presents concerts in Wabash, Greencastle, Lebanon, Bloomington and in Indianapolis’ Ellenberger Park.
Founded in 2001 by three Curtis Institute of Music students, Time for Three is increasingly gaining attention as one of America’s brightest and most unique string ensembles by exploring a repertoire that ranges from a mix of bluegrass, gypsy, jazz, country western fiddling, classical, improvisatory and original works and arrangements. The trio has performed more than 200 engagements as diverse as its music by appearing as featured guest soloists with The Philadelphia Orchestra to opening for k.d. lang at Philadelphia’s Kimmel Center. They have appeared at prestigious venues such as the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, the 92nd Street Y in New York and the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., among others. The trio features violinists Nick Kendall (2002 Young Concert Artists International Competition winner) and Zach De Pue (1998 Fischoff Competition winner and ISO Concertmaster), and bassist Ranaan Meyer (noted jazz and classical bassist and composer).
In November 2009, Time for Three became the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s first ensemble-in-residence and embarked on bringing its genre-bending musical style to Indianapolis and the greater community. Now in the final year of its residency, Time for Three has established relationships with two local high schools – Broad Ripple and Perry Meridian – in order to work with and inspire student musicians; developed programming for and has performed in the ISO’s Stella Artois Happy Hour at the Symphony, Symphonic Hits powered by Lilly and Marsh Symphony on the Prairie series; and played in many venues outside of Hilbert Circle Theatre in order to attract new communities to symphonic music.
The Traders Point Hunt Charity Horse Show and Country Fair is held on the beautiful 250-acre grounds of Wild Air Farms in Zionsville, IN, the show offers top prize money with two Grand Prix events and a USHJA International Hunter Derby.Exhibitors at Traders Point enjoy fun family activities and events while participating in a competitive, high-quality show.
Traders Point Hunt Charity Horse Show and Country Fair Fast Facts:
Event: The Traders Point Hunt Charity Horse Show and Country Fair is pleased to announce their 35th benefit horse show and country fair in Zionsville, IN. The location makes for a relaxing and fun show experience. Competitors are welcome to enjoy the horse trails on the property.
Highlights: The Traders Point Hunt Charity Horse Show has a Jumper 5 star rating and is Hunter rated AA. And WCHR Member Event Featuring:
- $60,000 PNC Bank Grand Prix
- $30,000 Russell Fortune Jr. Memorial Grand Prix
- $15,000 Junior Amateur Classic
- $15,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby
- $1,000 Adult Hunter Classic
- $1,000 Children’s Hunter Classic
- USHJA Zone 5 Jumper Championships
- Paws to ApplauseDog Show
- Exhibitors Luncheon
- Ladies Luncheon
- Exhibitors Ringside Party
- Riley Children’s Foundation Kid’s Day and Country Fair
Where: Zionsville, Indiana
When: August 7-12, 2012
Prize lists online at:
For general inquiries please contact:
Debra Jaramillo at 317-205-5827 or TPHCHS@aol.com
For more information, please contact:
Stabling Office 317-873-5552 (During Show Dates)
Show office 317-873-3418 (During Show Dates)
Address: P.O. Box 402 Zionsville, In 46077
Patron Tables- Includes free admission to the horse show for the week, a parking pass, a bottle of champagne, a table of six for the duration of the show with great seats for $30,000. Marty and Russell Fortune Jr. Memorial Grand Prix on Friday, August 10th at 5:00 and the $60,000 Grand Prix of Indianapolis at noon on Sunday, August 12th
Patron Tables: $500
Ladies Luncheon- Thursday, August 9th Lunch served ringside.
Tickets: $45 per person
USHJA International Hunter Derby– Saturday, Aug 11th starts at noon
Tickets: $45 per person. Includes dinner ringside plus beer and wine.
Frenzel Family Charitable Lead Trust
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fortune, III
Stone Creek Dining Company
The Sylvester Johnson, Jr., Family BKD Wealth Advisors, LLC Cummins Crosspoint, LLC
N.K. Hurst Company
Baumgardt Family Foundation
Indianapolis Land Rover, a Member of the Tom Wood Automotive Group
Bannockburn Farm, LLC
Burrus & Burrus Attorneys
Ernst & Young
Fox and Hound English Pub & Grille
Jackson Oil Company
Merrill Lynch -Thomas J. Buck
Sexton M & J Management
Tanners Creek Farm
Woodard Family Foundation
Altum’s Horticultural Center & Gardens
Bill Estes Chevrolet and Ford
Good Impressions Printing Company
Indianapolis Mounted Police
Reynolds Farm Equipment
The Snider Group
Zionsville Times Sentinel
By supporting the Traders Point Hunt Charity Horse Show, you are helping to bring hope and healing to children from every county in Indiana. The Riley Children’s Foundation honors its mission – to improve the health and well being of Indiana’s children – through Riley Hospital for Children, Camp Riley for Youth with Physical Disabilities, and the historic James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home. To learn how you can do more to help Indiana’s most seriously ill and injured children, visit RileyKids.org.
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