La belle époque: The Legacy of Ysaÿe with the Ingolfsson-Stoupel Duo featuring 1998 Gold Medalist Judith Ingolfsson


Thursday, May 20 – 7:30 PM
Indiana Landmarks Center | 1201 Central Avenue

1998 Gold Medalist Judith Ingolfsson and her husband/pianist Vladimir Stoupel return to Indianapolis to present repertoire from their 2019 recording La belle époque. The great Eugène Ysaÿe, considered to be the “King of the Violin,” inspired countless works and dedications throughout his life, including Théodore Dubois’ only violin sonata. César Franck wrote his A major violin sonata as a wedding present to Ysaÿe in 1886. The program includes Ysaÿe’s richly romantic Poème élégiaque.

The Supporting Sponsor for this concert is by The National Bank of Indianapolis.

Sonata in A major
Poème élégiaque
Sonata in A major



The IVCI is extremely grateful for the services of our community’s first responders and health care professionals, and offers a 50% discount on single tickets for the 20/21 Laureate Series to individuals with appropriate identification.

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