In celebration of the opening of its 47th season, Carmel Symphony Orchestra (CSO) – a resident company of the Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts – is offering a special gift and unique opportunity for patrons who purchase tickets for its Saturday, October 8 opening night performance.
Everyone who purchases tickets for opening night will receive a voucher for a like number of tickets to the CSO’s November 12 Masterworks 2 performance featuring the sensational young violinist Alexi Kenney.
Tickets are available at CarmelSymphony.org or at the Palladium Fifth Third Bank Box Office, 317.843.3800. Vouchers for the November concert will be mailed to ticket holders later this month.
“We are so excited to launch this 2022-23 season, one of the most diverse in orchestra history,” said CSO Artistic Director Janna Hymes. “We open with a spirited Hispanic Heritage Month celebration featuring the CSO with guest artists Pavel & Direct Contact along with the amazing composer, pianist and vocalist Clarice Assad – something really different for our orchestra and our audience. Then in November we follow up with Masterworks 2 and the incredible young violinist Alexi Kenney.
“We wanted to do something special to start the season, and decided that gifting tickets for a second concert would be the ideal way not only to say ‘thank you’ but also to demonstrate the remarkable versatility of our orchestra. Our audience will enjoy two performances, two completely different types of music, from outstanding guest artists, and one fantastically talented orchestra,” she exclaimed.
Information about both concerts also can be found at CarmelSymphony.org, along with information and tickets for the UNIDOS After Party at the Palladium following the opening night performance. The party will include live music from a mariachi band, dancing, appetizers and beverages.
The 2022-23 Carmel Symphony Orchestra season is supported by the City of Carmel, the Center for the Performing Arts, the Palladium and Pedcor.