AUDIODACITY

Audiodacity’s unique style and their reputation for delivering unforgettable live performances have earned them a spot among Indiana’s top bands. They have won several city-wide and state-wide battle of the bands competitions, performed all throughout the Midwest, and have even shared the stage with nationally touring acts such as Ludacris, GROUPLOVE, and Here Come The Mummies.

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HOOD/TERHUNE DUO

Upon being selected to perform in the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music's (CCM) Rhine quartet (2018 Ohio MTNA chamber music competition winner) in 2016, fast friends Carly Hood and Cecily Terhune formed a powerful musical bond. The two have performed together in numerous contexts from duo to quartet to sax ensemble to wind ensemble, etc. premiering new works and interpreting standards.

SEAN IMBODEN

LARGE ENSEMBLE

The Sean Imboden Large Ensemble consists of many of the finest local musicians of the Indianapolis area. The focus of this group is to contribute to the consistent growth of the modern big band.

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VIOLET DUO

The Violet Duo was founded in 2015 by saxophonists Brian Bosley and Cecily Terhune as a format for commissioning new works and interpreting established works for two saxophones.  The duet is based out of Muncie, Indiana where both attended school at Ball State University.  Bosley and Terhune have played together for many years prior to the formation of the duet.  Together they played side by side in the top ensembles at Ball State: the BSU Jazz Lab Ensemble, the BSU Wind Ensemble, and the Midas Quartet along with playing in the Evansville Symphonic Concert and Jazz Bands and America’s Hometown Concert and Jazz Bands.

 

As proponents of New Music, the Duo’s most important recent performance was a world premiere of Three Miniatures for soprano sax duo by Carter Rice at the North American Saxophone Alliance’s 2016 conference at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas.