© Carmel,Indiana

After years of planning, The Palladium, one of three venues that comprises the Center for the Performing Arts, opened on January 29, 2011 and today serves as a venue for various musical concerts and performances. It is located at 1 Center Green, adjacent to the Carmel City Center. The four-fronted, symmetrical design of The Palladium, massed around the domed central space of the single room concert hall was inspired by Andrea Palladio’s Villa Capra, La Rotonda (1566).[citation needed] The Palladium is based upon the traditional shoebox-shaped concert hall with high ceilings and massive, sound-reflecting walls. The facility also features a limestone façade and movable acoustical panels that can significantly alter the acoustics of the hall.[citation needed] (Wikipedia)

Wikipedia The_Palladium_at_the_Center_for_the_Performing_Arts
Capacity 1600
Address 355 City Center Drive , Carmel, IN, USA
Architect David M. Schwarz Architects
Opening year 2011, January 29th
Official website https://thecenterpresents.org/