Get up close and personal with one of the greatest masterpieces in the world at Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition. Emulating all the splendor of the Vatican City itself, the Circle Center Mall in Indianapolis is currently home to 34 breathtaking life-size reproductions of the Sistine Chapel’s ornate frescoes. And for a limited time you can experience musical magic in this unbelievable location.
As if listening to stunning classical renditions of your favorite music weren’t exhilarating enough, this August the Sistine Chapel Exhibition will host a spectacular Candlelight Concert dedicated to the greatest works of Classical music.
See the walls of the Sistine Chapel come to life, illuminated by candlelight on Thursday August 25th. Throughout this spectacular evening, you can admire beautiful high-definition projections of the chapel to the enchanting scores of Mozart, Beethove, Bach, and more.
Surrounded by life-size projections of the timeless masterpiece that is the Sistine Chapel, it is guaranteed to be an evening to remember. From epic classics from the king composer himself, Mozart, to seasonal classics like the Nutcracker, you’ll be transported back in time among stunning frescoes as the talented Listesto String Quartet magically transforms the venue with their timeless renditions.
Prepare to be inspired as you spend an evening captivated by the creations of two great Italian artists. Be taken a musical journey through the four seasons as a remarkable string quartet plays spine-tingling renditions of Vivaldi’s iconic violin concertos, surrounded by Michelangelo’s Renaissance masterpiece.
And as the evening progresses, masterpieces from Bach and Beethoven will carry the night into a masterful close after a full 60 minutes of magic. Doors open 45 minutes prior and concerts will happen at two different times on August 25th. Catch the early evening show at 6:30 or an after dinner concert at 9pm.
You won’t want to miss this once-in-a-lifetime event where you can experience an evening of rich culture, timeless classics, and some of the greatest works of art and music that history has ever seen.