Indiana’s Carmel Symphony and violinist Zach DePue to perform in-person “Four Seasons,” with dance

Posted on: March 9, 2021

“Nearly a year to the day that violinist virtuoso Zachary DePue was scheduled to make his Carmel Symphony Orchestra debut, he will finally take the stage,” writes Mark Ambrogi in Sunday’s (3/7) Current in Carmel (Carmel, IN). “DePue will be a guest artist when CSO performs … March 13 at the Palladium … in Carmel. A live audience of more than 400 will be permitted, allowing for social distancing among the 1,600 seats. A livestream also will be available. DePue, an Indianapolis resident known for his high-energy performance, is well known to central Indiana audiences, having served 11 seasons as concertmaster with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. He also is a founding member of the ISO’s first ensemble-in-residence … Time for Three…. DePue will be the featured soloist on Antonio Vivaldi’s ‘The Four Seasons’ in the concert…. Eight dancers from Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre will perform during the ‘Winter’ concerto, the movement of the Vivaldi piece. ‘I saw their choreography and they are enchanting, and they are terrific,’ CSO Artistic Director Janna Hymes Hymes said. ‘We love to collaborate.’ The second part of the concert will include Franz Schubert’s Symphony No. 5.”