Indy Brass Choir Concert

24oct4:00 pmIndy Brass Choir ConcertSt. Mark's Presents

Event Details

The Indianapolis Brass Choir, under the direction of Darin Sorley, helps others by tooting their own horns! They are a large brass ensemble who volunteer their time, talent, and effort, without pay, to provide music for area churches and to aid local charities. The IBC, founded by Delbert A. Dale in 1986, has a membership of professional and semi-professional musicians and serious amateurs who meet for weekly rehearsals and perform eight to twelve concerts a year. The choir includes trumpets, trombones, horns, euphoniums, tubas, and percussion. This concert will be presented to support Exodus Refugee Immigration. Exodus Refugee Immigration, located in Indianapolis, is dedicated to the protection of human rights by serving the resettlement needs of refugees and other displaced people fleeing persecution, injustice, and war by welcoming them to Indiana. Exodus works to be the “next step” for refugees, after they have been processed at military bases, including recent Afghan refugees at Camp Atterbury. Donations will be accepted at the concert.


Health Guidelines for this Event

Masks Required