Sarasota Opera and Hermitage Artist Retreat "Opera Talk" Series

Coconut Telegraph

The Hermitage Artist Retreat in Englewood and Sarasota Opera are partnering to present free community programs featuring Hermitage Artists in Residence who are working on new opera projects. On December 9, at 10am Sarasota Opera will present the second of their "Opera Talk" series with Baltimore-based composer and musician Ruby Fulton. Ms. Fulton, whose work has been praised by the New York Times, Baltimore Sun, and Washington Post, will offer a talk on Famous Opera Travel Music. Fulton explains that from Mozart to Benjamin Britten to Philip Glass, travel is an important theme in many operas. She hopes to explore different opera composers' approaches to conveying a sense of movement with music, text and the human voice. This free event will be held in the Kamlet Library in the Deane Carroll Allyn Pavilion Building at the Sarasota Opera House. Refreshments will be served. 

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