Motown makes its way to Hilbert Circle Theatre tomorrow (Feb. 25th) and Saturday (Feb. 26th). Spectrum: The Magic of Motown will transport guests back to the upbeat, soulful sounds of the 1950s and ’60s, music that defined a generation and changed America.
As part of its Pops Series, the Indianapolis Symphony will present this concert by Spectrum & Radiance vocalists and conductor Stuart Chafetz. Paying tribute to the talents of the time, they will perform renditions of famous hits from Marvin Gaye, the Temptations, the Jackson 5, the Four Tops, Stevie Wonder and other popular artists of the era.
The ISO and vocal quartet SPECTRUM pay tribute to the many artists and groups from Motown — from the Platters and the Temptations and more.
For ticket information on this and other upcoming concerts as part of the Stratford Coffee Pops Series and the Printing Partners Pop Series, visit the ISO website.