INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The law firm of Bose McKinney & Evans LLP is pleased to announce that partner C. Daniel Yates will co-chair the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Opening Night Gala.
The gala takes place Saturday, September 26, 6 p.m. at the Hilbert Circle Theater. Titled "Salute to America," it will be an American composer showcase conducted by Conductor Laureate Raymond Leppard.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1930 by German conductor Ferdinand Schaefer. Its inaugural performance was noted by Time Magazine. Through the years, the group of volunteer musicians who split the original ticket sales grew into a professional orchestra that performs more than 200 concerts each year at the historic Hilbert Circle Theatre and at Conner Prairie Living History Museum, as well as sites around the state.
Yates is a partner in the Estates and Wealth Transfer Planning Group at Bose McKinney & Evans. He counsels families, business owners, corporate executives and other individuals and businesses to formulate and achieve financial objectives. He provides clients with counsel regarding taxation, probate, philanthropic giving and other estate planning or business succession planning issues.
Residing in Indianapolis, Yates received his undergraduate, master's and law degrees from Indiana University - Bloomington.