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INDIANAPOLIS (Inside INdiana Business) – An Indianapolis-based live music streaming startup has made its first acquisition. Mandolin, which has developed a digital fan engagement platform, has acquired NoonChorus, a Chicago-based live streaming platform.

NoonChorus was founded in 2020 by brothers Andrew and Alex Jensen, and offers live performances with tickets to a variety of independent musical acts. The startup has hosted more than 650 shows and generated $ 4 million in artist revenue, according to Mandolin.

“NoonChorus has supported some of the most prominent independent artists since their founding, so we couldn’t be more excited to work with Andrew, Alex and the NoonChorus team,” said Mary Kay Huse, Co-Founder and CEO of Mandolin, in a press release. Press release. “With our shared mission to break down digital barriers between content creators and their fan bases, we truly believe that no band is better positioned to drive growth in the hybrid concert space. “

Mandolin was also launched in 2020 and last June secured $ 12 million in Series A funding. The company recently unveiled its Mandolin Live + suite, designed for hybrid virtual / in-person events.

Financial terms of the acquisition are not disclosed.


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