Posts about: The Palladium

CSO Celebrates Diversity=Unity in ‘Veteran’s Salute’

November 15, 2023

In tribute to our nation’s veterans, the Carmel Symphony Orchestra presented an inclusive program of music in its “Masterworks 2: Veteran’s Salute” concert, Saturday, at The Palladium at the Center at the Performing Arts. Leading the CSO was guest conductor David Commanday. In his director’s... read more

Songbook Academy Alum Prepares To Solo With CSO

November 7, 2023

J’lan Stewart brought the house down at The Palladium last July when he performed “The Impossible Dream” in the final concert concluding the Songbook Academy® in late July. Sitting in the house was Carmel Symphony Orchestra Executive Director Anne Marie Chastain. She was so impressed... read more

Shane Hartke: Travels With The Marvelous Marilyn Maye

June 17, 2023

During my forays into the central Indiana performing arts scene, I often cross paths with the same people I see regularly at shows and concerts. Such is the case of successful Carmel businessman and entrepreneur Shane Hartke, owner-operator of Addendum Gallery with two locations near... read more

Terrence Flannery: Surrounded By Brilliance

June 2, 2023

On April 29, I had the opportunity to witness one of Michael Feinstein’s finest concerts, “Get Happy: Michael Feinstein Celebrates the Judy Garland Centennial,” at the Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts. Ever since the Center opened in 2011, I have had the... read more

World War II-Era Musical Tribute Offers Sweet Remembrances

June 15, 2022

Growing up in the fifties, I fondly recall listening to music from the World War II- era, which was still playing on radio and television. It was the soundtrack of the lives of my parents and their generation, who not only experienced the war, but... read more