The Center for the Performing Art in Carmel encompasses the Palladium, The Tarkington and The Studio Theater, all in the city’s central core.
The Great American Songbook Foundation now has the expensive responsibility of maintaining the 107-acre Asherwood, including paying a nine-person maintenance staff.
The organization ended fiscal 2015 with a surplus of $260,445 as revenue from building and room rentals and individual donations increased.
Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard does not support a City Council effort to shift control of the city’s annual arts grants from his office to the Center for the Performing Arts.
For me, the highlights of any Michael Feinstein concert come in between the numbers, when the cabaret and concert star—and artistic director of the Center for the Performing Arts—shares anecdotes and insight about the composer and lyricists who crafted the tunes. His storytelling style translates nicely to the printed page.
Tania Castroverde Moskalenko, incoming CEO of The Center for the Performing Arts, turned a $500,000 deficit into a $300,000 surplus at her current organization in Tennessee. The 18-month-old Carmel center’s budget is almost seven times larger.
Carmel Mayor James Brainard wants to give the Center for the Performing Arts another $840,000 to cover its bills through December—on top of a $5.5 million subsidy he orchestrated last fall.
A taping of the PBS show "The Sinatra Legacy" was one of the activities the board of directors reviewed after former CEO Steven Libman resigned last summer.
The Great American Songbook Vocal Academy and Competition will be open to students outside the Midwest this year.
Second in a month-long look at restaurants within easy reach of Carmel’s new Palladium.
Carmel is building a dream home for the performing arts. Now those groups planning to move into it just have to figure out how to pay their share of the mortgage.
High school vocal competition soared in second year. Winner landed New York gig.
Carmel’s new 1,600-seat concert hall will be called “The Palladium,” part of a marketing effort designed to generate more financial
support for the city’s performing arts center.
The center will recognize the donation by naming
the cafe and gift shop inside the 1,600-seat concert hall after the Basiles.
The new concert hall that is the centerpiece of a $150 million arts center in suburban Indianapolis will open a few months
later than expected after work was suspended over the summer because of roof problems.