The afternoon concert of the Carmel Symphony Orchestra’s Indiana University Health Holidays concert will feature a sing-a-long visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus!
Prior to the 3 p.m. concert Santa and Mrs. Clause will be in the the East Lobby of The Palladium starting at 2:30 p.m. and then again during intermission.
Carmel Symphony Orchestra is proud to present two Indiana University Health Holidays concerts.
You’ll be filled with holiday spirit when two winners of The Great American Songbook Academy join the Carmel Symphony Orchestra (CSO) for Indiana University Health Holidays in two performances Saturday, December 9 at 3:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at The Palladium.
The vocalists, Carmel resident Julia Bonnett (2009 Songbook Academy) and Lebanon, Ind. native Lucas DeBard (2015 Songbook Academy), will perform familiar holiday music for the whole family including “We Need a Little Christmas,” “Where are You Christmas,” “Baby It’s Cold Outside,” and “All I Want for Christmas is You.” To celebrate these to young artists, the American Songbook Exhibit Gallery will be open from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. and 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
When Jennifer moved to Indiana the first thing she looked for, was a place to play music. She found it playing with the Carmel Symphony Orchestra (CSO) at Carmelfest in 1997. Since then, she has played with the CSO through her years attending law school in Bloomington, starting her career as an attorney in Indianapolis, and still continued later going through a few medical challenges (two lung transplants).
Drew Petersen, 2017 APA Awards Winner, Makes His Palladium Debut with the Carmel Symphony Orchestra
Drew Petersen makes his Central Indiana concerto debut as the winner of the 2017 American Pianists Awards and Christel DeHaan Fellowship of the American Pianists Association when he joins the Carmel Symphony Orchestra on Saturday, November 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the Palladium, with a pre-concert conversation, “Music Matters,” at 6:45 p.m.
Did you know Carmel Symphony Orchestra’s Concertmaster, Larry Shapiro, was the first full-time music professor on Butler University’s campus and has been teaching there for thirty years now? Yes, indeed.
Mr. Shapiro joined Butler’s Jordan College of Fine Arts as a visiting professor in 1986 and joined the faculty as a professor of violin and artist-in-residence the following year. Each year he gives a recital at Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall.