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Drew Petersen Makes His Palladium Debut

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.

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Janna Hymes Makes Her Debut

Janna Hymes Makes Her Debut as Music Director, Conductor with Carmel Symphony Orchestra

Season’s first concert showcases CSO’s musical depth with Brahms, Barber, Grieg and Beethoven

Janna Hymes and the Carmel Symphony Orchestra (CSO) bring in a new era of orchestral excellence with the season’s opening concert, “Clay Township Orchestral Showcase,” on Saturday, October 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Palladium, with a pre-concert conversation, “Music Matters,” at 6:45 p.m.

“We are elated with the addition of Janna Hymes to the Carmel Symphony Orchestra, and we are confident in her abilities to lead the orchestra to a new level of artistic excellence,” said Alan Davis, executive director for the CSO. Hymes was named to her post with the CSO late last spring. She serves as the music director for the Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra of Virginia as well as the Maine Pro Musica Orchestra that she founded in 2008.

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Fanfare for a New Era

Our 2017-2018 Carmel Symphony Orchestra (CSO) season kick-off on Saturday October 14, 2017 is slated to be an evening full of beautiful music and special CSO moments.

The inaugural concert of the CSO’s 42nd season steps away from a traditional “featured guest artist” format and allows the orchestra and its new conductor to shine musically. The approach, programmed by George Zack, former music director of the Lexington Philharmonic, seemed appropriate for this season’s opener.

CSO Board Member and House District 39 Rep Jerry Torr will start the evening by conducting an original score composed long ago when he was a 20-something music student with a passion for composing.

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Larry Shapiro Answers Why I Play

“I cannot remember a time when my life was not filled with classical music,” says Concertmaster Larry Shapiro.

An avid concert and opera goer since the age of three, his parents knew the importance of introducing beautiful music young. At age six, he picked his instrument of choice – the violin. Why? Because it was the hardest! By age 10, he was playing in a professional orchestra. “I knew I was immersed in an incredible wash of divine beauty, and it was a place I needed to be for the rest of my life! I also knew I had a precise agenda: To become Concertmaster of a major orchestra, soloist and first violinist of a major string quartet. I’ve done all that, and yet I feel as if I’m just getting warmed up,” says Shapiro.

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CSO Announces 42nd Season Concert Line-Up

Season subscription tickets are now available for the Carmel Symphony Orchestra’s (CSO) 42nd Season as its new music director, Maestra Janna Hymes conducts the artistically talented family of CSO musicians as well as special guest artists.  Appearing with the CSO this year will be the 2017 APA/Christel DeHaan Classical Fellow as well as a silver medalist for the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis. All concerts are performed at The Palladium at The Center for the Performing Arts where the orchestra is the resident orchestra.

“I look forward to the upcoming 2017-18 season, my first as Music Director of the Camel Symphony Orchestra,” says Hymes. “We will be performing a selection of varied repertoire featuring the great musicians of the orchestra, as well as celebrated soloists.  I encourage the community of Carmel to visit The Palladium to hear a concert of the CSO, and please come by and introduce yourself to me.”

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