We are excited to share with you that after much careful consideration, the Board of Directors has decided to expand the ISA studios into the lower floor of 3959 Central, giving us an additional 1,200 square feet of space. The Board and Faculty will be working hard to assess how we can best use this new space and our existing first floor space to help the ISA grow to serve even more students.
This past year, the board and staff have carefully analyzed ISA’s current and future needs, and looked extensively at many potential studio locations. While we realize that there are some aspects of our location that are not ideal (such as street parking), this is an opportunity for growth that will also allow ISA to be good fiscal stewards into the future. We will spend the next several weeks planning, and will begin using the space in January 2019.
Thank you for your past and ongoing support of the ISA’s work to nurture nurture beautiful character in every child through excellence in music.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the 2018 Review Challenge! Many of you listened to each repetition or gave in support of each student raising a total of $5,453! Students tallied over 20,180 points moving them toward their goal of mastery and musical excellence, while developing admirable character.
Donations will go to fund studio soundproofing improvements and help the ISA continue to grow -- to reach our goal of serving 400 students by 2020.
We appreciate everyone’s support and participation!
ISA students from the Book 1 Violin class had the opportunity to perform at the Christel Dehaan Fine Arts Center at the University of Indianapolis West Meets East concert on Sunday, October 28.
Pictured here with members of the Indianapolis Quartet Zach DePue, Michael Strauss and ISA Board Member Austin Huntington are violinists Everyln M, Ethyn K, Lorelei F and Perpeutua M. Bravo on a fine performance and thank you for representing the ISA in our community!