May, June, 2011 Events at the Center for the Performing Arts

After a recent grand opening, Carmel, Indiana‘s stunning new Center for the Performing Arts is fast becoming a haven for Carmel music, theatre, dance and art. Already three of the facility’s state-of-the-arts live performance venues, the Palladium, the Studio and the Tarkington, are in use, making it a premier Greater Indianapolis entertainment and cultural center in Central Indiana.

Take a look below at the varied performances and things to do in Carmel offered during the last half of May through June of 2011.

May 15 – June 30, 2011 Events at the Center for the Performing Arts

PLEASE NOTE: Performances for which tickets are no longer available, and there are many, are not listed here. If you find an event that interests you, consider ordering your tickets early.

All listings take place at Carmel’s Center for Performing Arts, and are listed in order of their dates. See below for address and phone.

Emblems and EpitaphsThis is the last concert of the 2010-11 season for the Indiana Wind Symphony. It features pieces by American composers such as Aaron Copeland, and guest soloists such as Natalie Dungey, pictured here.
May 21, 2011; 7:00 pm
The Palladium
Tickets: $10 – 15
Chicago: The Musical – This mega-hit Broadway musical never fails to stun its audiences. Presented by Actors Theatre of Indiana in their wonderful new home.
Through May 22, 2011; various times
The Studio Theater
Tickets: $28 – $37.50
Andersen – A Fairy Tale Life – This affectionate nod to Hans Christian Andersen is a musical biography of the grand storyteller from Denmark.
June 16 – 26, 2011
The Studio Theater
Tickets: $17 – $20; 8:30 and 2:30 pm
Clint Black – One of the all-time top artists in country music, Clint Black comes to the Palladium for one night only.
June 17, 2011; 8:00 pm
Tickets: $45 – $80
A Night of Harmony & the Kentucky Vocal Union – Presented by the renowned a cappella group, Circle City Sound Chorus, in conjunction with the Kentucky Vocal Union and featured quartets.
June 18, 2011; 7:00 pm
Tickets: $20 – $25
Beethoven’s 8th and 9th Symphonies – Possibly the world’s most beloved symphonic composer is presented by the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, supported by the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir singing the “Ode to Joy.”
June 19, 2011; 7:00 pm
The Palladium
Tickets: $20


Center for the Performing Arts
355 City Center Dr
Carmel, IN 46032
Box Office: 317.843.3800
Administration: 317.660.3373

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