Founded in 1990, the Indianapolis Men’s Chorus (IMC) entertains, educates, and promotes inclusive community through musical excellence. Now in its 28th season, the volunteer chorus gracefully interprets everything from classical, spiritual, Broadway, and world music with agility and panache.

Under the artistic direction of Greg Sanders, the IMC is celebrating an era of renewed growth. The current roster includes more than 70 singers, a more than three-fold increase since Sanders took the helm in 2011. Ticket sales have also more than doubled in that time.

In addition to its own concerts, the IMC has shared the stage with local and national artists and performing groups including:

  • The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s productions of Anything Goes in Concert, Leading Men of Broadway, Broadway Standing Ovations!, and Hello, Dolly.
  • The Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, the Indianapolis Children’s Choir, and the Butler University Chorale as a part of the Symphonic Choir’s production of Benjamin Britten’s “War Requiem”
  • The Indianapolis Opera
  • Dance Kaleidoscope
  • Opera and stage artist Jacquelynne Fontaine
  • Folk singer/songwriter Holly Near
  • Cabaret performer Ann Hampton Callaway

In addition to entertaining hometown audiences, the IMC has performed in several cities including Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville, Minneapolis, St. Louis, and Washington, D.C.


The Indianapolis Men's Chorus annually  performs at a wide variety of community, civic, and religious events, including the Penrod Arts Fair and Spotlight. We are dedicated to promoting diversity, equality, and justice through music.