Carmel, IN 46208
About The Center for the Performing Arts
The Carmel Center For The Performing Arts is home to three different venues--the Palladium, Tarkington, and Studio Theater--each with its own unique charm and purpose and each showcasing some of the very best names in musical theatre and orchestral performances. Under the state-of-the-art Palladio Dome, in the 1600-seat theatre dubbed the Palladium, the sonics are perfect. Aditionally, the 500 seat Tarkington Theater and 200 seat Studio Theater offer the perfect variety for concerts of any size or level of intimacy.
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Carmel prepares for the grand opening of the Palladium; NUVO spoke with John Hughey, public relations manager for Hamilton County's Center for the Performing Arts.
Art, soul, bikes, books and Elvis Costello are just a few facets of the diamond of fun of this week's arts events.
The world-class Cleveland Orchestra is in residency for three days at IU and shows its prowess in a public concert.
Black Expo is in full swing with its showcase concerts, and there are plenty of other go/do options, including Indy Film Fest and the Indiana Microbrewers Festival.
Frank Basile, interim President and CEO of the Center for the Performing Arts, discusses the organization's direction, as well as the search for his replacement.
This 97-year-old community theater settles into their new home at the Tarkington Theatre with their season opener, The Drowsy Chaperone.
The Indianapolis Civic Theatre presents their rendition of The Drowsy Chaperone, a musical comedy that pays homage to the old classics.
This is it: the official Cluster-fest weekend. Everything from Jazz Fest to Irish Fest to Oranje to Fountain Square happenings to
… It’s the Super Bowl of Festivals.
Pilobolus celebrated its 40th anniversary by bringing back a memorable part of the show.
This weekend is marked by the continuing madness of Indy
’s current mode of a boggling number of A
E events, but hey, that
’s a goooooood problem to have.
Legendary 80's pop star Cyndi Lauper joined New Orleans blues crooner Dr. John and his band at the Palladium's Center for the Performing Arts.
An energetic ensemble, toe-tapping numbers and stunning design elements make for a magical 'Willy Wonka' at the Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre.
The Center for the Performing Arts is hosting quality shows, but money troubles and the resignation of CEO Steven Libman auger poorly for the neo-Classical behemoth.
Hancock delivered a keytar solo worthy of a Lady Gaga synth-pop anthem, but also delivered some sappy vocodered lyrics.
new face of banjo,
Abigail Washburn, performed at The Studio in the Center for Performing Arts.
Another packed season at the Center includes visits from Renee Fleming, Kathleen Battle, the BBC Concert Orchestra, B.B. King, Chucho Valdez and Mummenschanz.
The two-fold mission of the Michael Feinstein Great American Songbook Initiative is to bring the music of the Great American Songbook to young people today and to preserve it for future generations.
In its second benefit concert since being locked out of the Hilbert Circle Theatre, the ISO musicians doubled their attendance in a venue having double the seating capacity.
The 64-year-old diva showed a packed Palladium that she still has the voice and the lungs to carry the house away with her in a program touching many styles.
When I walked into the enormous Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel on Monday, the strumming of acoustic guitars echoed down from one hal…
Friday's ISO Classical Series moved to the Carmel Palladium this week with music director Krzysztof Urba
ński leading a performance debut of a work by the ISO's principal trombonist.
Continuing his penchant for excellent preparation of large, long symphonic works, ISO music director performed Mahler's Fifth Symphony at the Carmel Palladium.
All things being--as they say--equal, Sunday evening's