Community is invited to campus for four free performances
September 13, 2017
Indiana Tech, with the support of the Auer Foundation, is presenting four free upcoming performances that are open to the public. The performances will be held in the Multi-Flex Theater of the university’s Snyder Academic Center at 1600 E. Washington Blvd.
Auer funding is making possible the three-event Lunch Box Music Series and the Explore Performance: Step Afrika! show. Additional details about all performances are below.
Lunch Box Music Series
You are invited to bring your lunch to the Multi-Flex Theater between 11:45 a.m. and 1:15 p.m., and enjoy free live music while you eat.
- Ethan Hanson, Wednesday, Sept. 20
Ethan Hanson brings his acoustic soulful sound of the south to Fort Wayne.
- Alex Way, Wednesday, Oct. 25
This up-and-coming artist shares her music with our community.
- Derek Reeves & Friends String Quartet, Wednesday, Dec. 6
Enjoy some holiday cheer with some festive seasonal and classical tunes.
Explore Performance: Step Afrika!, Thursday, Oct. 5, 7 p.m.
World-renowned Step Afrika! returns to Tech to share the history of step through a moving, powerful and fun show.
The Edward D. and Ione Auer Foundation is a private charitable foundation based in Fort Wayne, Indiana, that awards grants exclusively for charitable purposes. Ione Breeden Auer created the foundation in 1984. Funding for the foundation comes from lifetime gifts from Edward D. and Ione Auer, as well as the proceeds of their estates.