Have you heard? A visionary performing arts center is here in central Indiana. The Center for the Performing Arts is a three-venue, world-class performing arts center located in Carmel, Indiana. The Center features a state-of-the-art, acoustically perfect 1,600-seat concert hall, dubbed the Palladium, a 500-seat proscenium theater, called the Tarkington, and a 200-seat studio theater. The Center for the Performing Arts is home to local performing arts organizations, including the Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre and the Carmel Symphony Orchestra. Other residents include Actors Theatre of Indiana, Carmel Repertory Theatre, Central Indiana Dance Ensemble, Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre, and the Indiana Wind Symphony. The Center for the Performing Arts also plays host to a diverse lineup of local, national and international arts programming, including a Great American Songbook Series, jazz, dance, classical, chamber, choral and country concerts, plus appearances by world famous symphonies like the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, singers and musicians, a variety of plays and musicals, intimate cabaret performances and a host of other entertainment options that will enhance the quality of life in Central Indiana and throughout the Midwest. The Palladium also serves as an education center and museum for the Michael Feinstein Great American Songbook Initiative, housing the rare memorabilia and manuscripts that comprise The Great American Songbook Collection.