Carmel Symphony Orchestra concert features competition winner • Current Publishing
The Carmel Symphony Orchestra will present the second series of masterpieces of the 2020-21 season “Hope Renewed” at 7:30 pm on November 14 at the Palladium of the Center for The Performing Arts.
The show will feature “Beethoven’s Symphony No. 1 in C Major”, “Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 3 in G Major” and “Overture of the Barber of Seville” by Rossini. The concert will feature Cooper Olsen, winner of the CSO’s 2019 Young Artist Competition.
CSO sponsors the Annual Young Artist Competition, a unique and prestigious concerto competition that allows Indiana student musicians to compete with their peers at the highest level of artistic excellence and experience performing in the Palladium. .
Olsen was 14 when he won the CSO competition. As a freshman at Bloomington North High School, he won the Young Artists Competition with a performance of the “Saint-Saens Violin Concerto No. 3, 3rd Movement” and studied with Mimi Zweig, music teacher at the Jacobs School of Music in Indiana University.
Along with restricted capacity due to social distancing, the CSO will offer a live streaming option for the November concert.
“Having the ability to live stream our concerts allows us to bring music to people who can’t be in the venue with us,” said CSO Artistic Director Janna Hymes. “With limited seating and some of our customers’ concerns about being in a crowd, we believe this is the perfect solution for bringing the beauty of music directly to everyone. “
Single tickets to the Masterworks “Hope Renewed” Series concerts are on sale for live and in-person streaming options. To learn more, visit carmelsymphony.org.