We have had many inquiries about our upcoming concert “Journey into Jazz” with Edgar Meyer on Saturday, March 14 at 7:30 pm in the Palladium. We are following the council of Governor Holcomb:
The governor is asking that non-essential gatherings must be limited to no more than 250 people. This includes any event or gathering of people who are in one room or a single space at the same time, such as cafeterias, churches, stadiums, meeting and conference rooms, auditoriums and the like. This guidance applies to professional, social, community and similar other gatherings.
In accordance to the governor’s request, the “Journey to Jazz” concert with Edgar Meyer on March 14 is canceled. We are hoping to reschedule at a later date.
The Side-by-Side concert with the Carmel High School Symphony Orchestra on March 22 has also been canceled at this time. We are looking at rescheduling this as well.
We will update you about the April 18 concert, “Passage to Prague,” on our website carmelsymphony.org
JOPLIN The Entertainer
GERSHWIN Lullaby for Strings
GOULD Pavane from Symphony No. 2
GERSHWIN An American in Paris
BOTTESINI Concerto for Double Bass and Orchestra, No.2 in B minor
MEYER Concerto for Double Bass in D
Edgar Meyer, bass
BADELT AND ZIMMER Pirates of the Carribean
Maestro Janna Hymes and the Carmel Symphony Orchestra lead a Journey into Jazz, featuring music in the American tradition. Award-winning bassist and composer, Edgar Meyer, joins the CSO on the Palladium stage for this journey. Meyer is hailed as “the most remarkable virtuoso in the … history of his instrument,” by the New Yorker. The CSO will perform Myer’s composition, Concerto for Double Bass in D.
The evening will culminate in a spirited performance of Badelt and Zimmer’s beloved film score Pirates of the Caribbean.
Join our free pre-concert talk, Meet the Music, at 6:30 p.m. to learn more about the concert you are about to experience from Music Director Janna Hymes, who often invites special guests to join her!
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