Tips for Getting the Most Out of the Upcoming 2023/24 Cultural SeasonBy Annie Sparks
The upcoming cultural season is set to be an exciting one, filled with a wide range of performances, events and experiences. The past few years have been touch and go for most arts groups and performances – and for you, the audience as well. But gone are the days of isolation and solely experiencing life through a computer or TV screen. It is time to see, do, experience, and taste in person. We are ready for complete immersion!
South Florida Symphony Orchestra Announces 2023/24 Masterworks Season
Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida Unveils Spectacular 2023-2024 Season
Philharmonic, Symphony, Orchestra, Chamber – What’s the Difference?By Annie Sparks
Classical music encompasses a rich variety of genres, each with its own distinct characteristics. Within the classical music realm are words like philharmonic, symphony, orchestra, and chamber. But what is the difference? Let us embark on a journey of musical enlightenment as we delve into the intricacies of these classical music terms.
Live Life Immersed in the Colorful Nuances of the ArtsBy Alex Hunt
Exposure to the arts at a young age has a significant impact on an adult's life. Research shows that individuals who are exposed to these cultural activities during childhood are more likely to develop better cognitive skills, enhanced creativity, and improved problem-solving abilities. Additionally, children exposed to the arts tend to have a greater appreciation for diversity and...
Scarecrows in the Forest Art Exhibit and Contest
Art, Exhibit, Family Friendly, Outdoor
Fireside Chat with Inspiring Women Leaders
Music, Classical, Concert, Live
BOSTON EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL CHAMBER OPERA SERIES -The Dragon of Wantley
Festival, Music, Theater, Classical, Comedy
NWSA @ KOUBEK
Flamingo Gardens' Annual Photography Contest
Historic Holidays Evening Stroll at Deering Estate
Museum, Family Friendly, Kids, Nightlife, Outdoor
Jeffrey Steele at Key West Theater
Music, Concert, Live
ONCE ON THIS ISLAND Book and Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens Music by Stephen Flaherty