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"Technology can make the past more relatable."

- Martin Tudor, CEO, BASE Hologram Productions
 

[Performance]  The Undead Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly Take the Stage
Andrew Fabian

As digital footprints grow increasingly comprehensive, the deceased leave behind nearly encyclopedic records of their lives. Pictures, videos, emails or tweets can all contribute to a living, breathing legacy, especially when considering celebrities who have left behind bodies of work that have touched their countless fans. In the case of Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison, whose careers continue to carry weight today, holograms can now enhance the staying power of their iconic music. On Monday, November 4th, the Van Wezel hosts The Rock ‘n’ Roll Dream Tour, a show in which holographic versions of Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison will perform their greatest hits accompanied by a live band. 

“Technology can make the past more relatable,” says Martin Tudor, CEO of BASE Hologram Productions and executive producer of the show. Tudor’s company specializes in the production of shows centered on the holographic representation of deceased and beloved artists. The holograms are designed from the ground up using real actors to model the movements and on-stage personas, while isolated vocal recordings of each artist are remastered to complement the live band. His company has produced reality-bending shows featuring the music and holographic likenesses of Whitney Houston and Maria Callas, as well as an immersive educational program that explores dinosaurs. But for Tudor, there is something special about Holly’s and Orbison’s place in the panoply of American popular culture. 

“These guys are eminent in the world of music,” says Tudor, “and if you think about it, you probably hear Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison songs more than Beyoncé in everyday life.” That is part of what makes the hologram tour so appealing to a diverse demographic. Tudor says he sees lots of young people at shows who were originally just interested in the novelty of the hologram format, while other show-goers grew up with the music and are in search of a bit of nostalgia. Whatever the attraction to the show, Tudor believes the hybrid format (hologram and live accompaniment) provides a very real emotional response. “This is the closest anyone can get at this time to seeing these guys perform live,” says Tudor. 

For those interested in gauging the ability of a hologram to reframe the way we enjoy the legacies of our favorite artists, tickets are still available for the November 4th show at the Van Wezel. 

  

Pictured: Photo courtesy of BASE Hologram Productions

[GoodBite]  Steamy Euro Love
Brittany Mattie, brittany.mattie@srqme.com

It takes two to make a thing go right and in this case, those two things are Portuguese and Italian. The first of its kind on the Gulf Coast, this newly-hybrid restaurant highlights the best of both countries' cuisines. Husband and wife duo Tito and Liana Vitorino, both hail from Portugal and have managed the upscale Italian restaurant Amore in Longboat Key for several years. Now, their dream of owning their own restaurant has been realized, and as of earlier this month, the couple have relocated to the Burns Court and have infused the traditional continental menu with nine classic Portuguese dishes—introducing a new Portuguese-Italian fusion that brings the best of both worlds. 

Cataplana is authentic and classic Portuguese food, rich in meats and fish and served in traditional copper cookware—steaming all its ingredients and opened right on the table to guests when ready to serve. Various gourmet Cataplana dishes are served such as à Alentejana, de Marisco and de Carne. Additionally, Bacalhau, a beloved salted cod fish will be served in three different styles: Lagareiro, à Brás and à Gomes de Sá. Tastefully decorated to reflect an “Old World” European look and feel—including a ceiling of grape vines reminiscent of the intimate and elegant of Italy and Portugal. Find Amore on the corner of Burns Court in the Historic District of downtown Sarasota, but feel thousands of miles due north and to the east upon arrival. 

Photo provided by Amore.

Amore Restaurant, 446 Pineapple Ave., Sarasota, 941-383-1111.

[Environment]  The Ringling Presents Artists and Climate Change Incubator Multiday Event Features National Expert

The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art will be offering an Artists and Climate Change Incubator with Chantal Bilodeau of The Arctic Cycle (NYC). The program, which will include interdisciplinary conversations, interaction with exhibits, film and workshops will be held November 21-24. The Incubator is an intensive workshop for artists, activists, scientists, citizens and educators interested in engaging, or furthering their engagement with, climate change through the arts. Intended for an intimate working group, it provides a space for focused reflection, exchange of ideas, learning from other fields, and expanding possibilities beyond traditional forms and venues. Elizabeth Doud, The Ringling’s Currie-Kohlman Curator of Performance and organizer of the event said “This is a unique and transformational experience at the crossroads of environment and culture with facilitated dialogues, practical exercises, exhibits, walks and film at the museum and botanical gardens of The Ringling.  During this three and a half day intensive, participants interact with accomplished guest speakers from fields such as environmental humanities, climate science, climate change activism, and visual and performing arts.” Lead by the co-founder of the groundbreaking Climate Change Theatre Action, Chantal Bilodeau, work sessions allow everyone to dig deep into the challenges and concerns of working at the intersection of arts and climate change. Discussions will explore embracing activism without sacrificing personal vision and artistic integrity, letting go of the idea of "product," and bringing the arts to nontraditional audiences.

The cost for the multiday event is $250, $225 for Members and $125 for Students. Full museum admission is included with the Incubator and parking is free. Additional information and tickets may be found here

[Sports]  Women’s Sports Museum Preview Center Launch Party Heralds Phase II of the Project

A group of accomplished Sarasota-based women athletes and their supporters came up with the idea for the Women’s Sports Museum (WSM). The WSM’s aim is not only to celebrate the achievements of women athletes but also to inspire girls through the power of sport. During Phase I, the WSM team focused on raising awareness about the project and its mission—hosting programming to highlight and celebrate women athlete trailblazers as well as creating and appearing with a pop-up museum at events across the State. They’ve also supported local student athletes through the creation of a scholarship program. The November 16 launch party for the museum’s preview center at University Town Center marks the start of Phase II, which will include securing a permanent location and launching a capital campaign. Museum supporters have identified a dedicated space for the preview center to raise awareness about the overall effort. “We want to give girls the huge life advantage that comes with playing sports,” said Beth Green, president of the museum. “The idea is ‘see it; be it.’ Though more and more girls are becoming involved in sports, there are many more who can benefit from learning about female athletes and their successes both on the field and in life.”

Details of the effort will be announced during the official launch party for the museum’s preview center, Saturday, Nov. 16, at the Sarasota Yacht Club. For more information on the event or to learn more about sponsorship opportunities, contact Katharine Vestal at 941-735-6347 or via email

Eventbrite ticket link here.

[Performance]  Chart-Topping Saxophonist Dave Koz Returns to the Van Wezel

The critically-acclaimed Dave Koz and Friends Christmas Tour returns for another stop at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, back by popular demand on Friday, November 29, at 8 pm. In a recording career that spans nearly three decades, Dave Koz has received 9 Grammy® nominations and has logged 11 No. 1 albums on Billboard’s Current Contemporary Jazz Album chart. The 2019 tour, now in its 22nd year, features South African guitarist/singer Jonathan Butler, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Melissa Manchester, known for such mega-hits as “Midnight Blue” and “Don’t Cry Out Loud,” Copenhagen-born jazz/soul saxophonist Michael Lington and special guest Chris Walker, singer, bassist and former musical director for Al Jarreau. Chart-topping saxophonist Dave Koz and his friends will perform fresh renditions of timeless Christmas classics, hits from their respective catalogues and a Chanukah medley.

Tickets start at $61 and VIP packages are available. Purchase at VanWezel.org, the Box Office or by calling 941-953-3368. This performance is sponsored by Michael’s On East, Piano Distributors and The Observer Media Group. 

[Arts]  Jean Kazandjian "Sequences" Exhibition Coming to Chasen Galleries

“Sequences”, a retrospective collection of works by world-renowned artist Jean Kazandjian will be on exhibition and available for acquisition at Chasen Galleries, one of Sarasota’s most venerable art galleries. The exhibition opens on Thursday, November 14 and extends through to Saturday, December 28. Two very special, not-to-be-missed in-gallery receptions with the artist will take place on Thursday, November 14 from 5:00-8:00pm and Saturday, November 16 from 1:00 – 3:00pm. The exhibition will feature 30 pieces of Jean Kazandjian’s work created between 1991 and 2019. All appearances are complimentary to the public, and RSVP’s are strongly suggested. To learn more about this extraordinary exhibition, and to RSVP, please contact the gallery at andrew@chasengalleries.com or 941-260-5787. Visit www.chasengalleries.com/sarasota for more info. 

[Performance]  Verdi's Popular Rigoletto opens Sarasota Opera Fall Season Tonight

Friday, November 1at 7:30pm, Sarasota Opera opens the 2019 Fall Season with Verdi’s Rigoletto, one of the composer’s greatest works. The riveting story follows the hunchback jester Rigoletto as he tries to shield his beautiful daughter Gilda from the evils of the world. When the licentious Duke of Mantua seduces her, Rigoletto is driven to plot a revenge which ends in tragedy. Rigoletto will have six performances through November 17. Tickets start at $19. For more information, visit SarasotaOpera.org, call 941-328-1300, or visit the box office in person at 61 N. Pineapple Avenue, Sarasota. 

[Arts]  Arts and Cultural Alliance of Sarasota County's Arts Leadership Academy Returns

The Arts Leadership Academy is an immersive program designed for local emerging leaders to invest in their employee through the arts. Participants will gain an in-depth understanding of the region's arts organizations and their vital role in the local economy, meet high level executives within these organizations, and create a strong network with the program cohort. The program consists of seven afternoon educational sessions between November 2019 — May 2020. In addition, participants will receive two tickets to attend a performance at each organization and will have the opportunity to attend exclusive networking events. Participants in the Arts Leadership Academy should be sponsored by their employer to ensure support of the time commitment. The tuition for the entire program is $500. 

Learn more about Arts Leadership Academy here.

[Recreation]  Circus Park Playground To Undergo Renovations

Renovations are scheduled for November 12, at the Circus Park Playground located inside of Payne Park. There are multiple upgrades and additions occurring during this time such as: resurfacing the entire grounds, repairs to the equipment and planting new trees. Renovations are scheduled to be finished mid-December. During these upgrades, the City of Sarasota Parks and Recreation District encourages playtime at their other amazing parks. Visit here to learn more about this project or contact the Project Manager at 941-329-6149. 



[SOON]  GALLERY: Jack Davis: Drawing American Pop Culture , October 18 – December 6

Famed in particular for his speed and a tendency to create images overflowing with colorful characters, Jack Davis was one of the founding members of Mad Magazine's "Usual Gang of Idiots." He supplied covers for Tim and TV Guide, designed numerous album covers and movie posters, and, over his 60-year career, became one of the most in-demand caricaturists and cartoonists in the world. This exhibition attempts to show Davis' range by bringing together a selection of his original work that demonstrates his breadth of subjects and his skills as an artist. This body of work focuses on American popular culture, diving deeper into his career than the sports and caricature work for which he is best known. Opening Reception, Friday, October 18, 5-8pm. Evening Panel Discussion, Thursday, November 14, 6-8pm.

Lois and David Stulberg Gallery in the Richard and Barbara Basch Visual Arts Center, 2700 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota

[SOON]  THEATER: Antigone by Sophocles , October 30 – November 17, 7:30pm/8pm

The FSU/Asolo Conservatory begins a new season with the classic Greek drama, Antigone, by Sophocles. Director of the Conservatory and the show, Greg Leaming, will put a modern spin on this ancient tale of right versus wrong. In the aftermath of a bloody war, Thebes celebrates victory while Antigone mourns the loss of both her brothers in battle. When King Creon refuses one of the two brothers all rites of burial, the young girl is left facing an awful choice. One of the great classics of Greek drama that speaks as powerfully today as it did when first performed - when faced with the conflict between law and personal morality, what is the right choice?

Cook Theatre, 5555 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota

[SOON]  FILM: Gazebo Starlight Cinema Series , November 1

Join the Gazebo Starlight Cinema series with this month’s movie: The Peanuts Movie. With a screen stretched around the Gazebo pillars and family flicks back-projected from within, what better place than the facing grassy knoll to relax in a beach chair or curl up on a blanket? Bring the whole family to kick off your weekend while enjoying the park! Support local Venice Avenue businesses by bringing snacks, dinner, ice cream (or gelato!) to enjoy during the movie.

Downtown Venice Centennial Park, 200 West Venice Ave.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: Boomer Conference, 2019 , November 1, 8:30am to 1:30pm

Retirement. What a concept! And what a challenge. Even those who have prepared financially might not be psychologically ready. Who are you when you’re not working? What do you do with all that free time? What do you want to do with the rest your life? Boomers across America are facing these questions. Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Ringling College (OLLI at Ringling College) will address these concerns with the fourth annual Boomer Conference. The event features speakers and networking sessions offering useful strategies on retirement’s social, financial, and practical implications. Keynote speaker Marianne Oehser, a certified retirement coach and author of “Your Happiness Portfolio for Retirement: It's Not About the Money,” will challenge audiences to rethink their retirement expectations. The fee is $39.95, which includes lunch, with a $5 certificate toward OLLI membership for each registrant.

Ringling College Museum Campus, 1001 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota

[SOON]  FOOD: Sunset at Phillippi Estate Park Farm to Fork Dinner , November 3, 5-9pm

Join Chef Paul Mattison for a unique 4-course Farm to Fork Dinner overlooking the beautiful Phillippi River, featuring vendors from the Phillippi Farmerhouse Market. Each course will be paired with wine. Guests will enjoy live music by Romy Hernandez and artwork by the Light Chasers, plein air painters of the Suncoast, who will exhibiting and selling their original paintings and will donate 30% of all sales to the renovation of the Historic Keith Farmhouse. Please join us for sunset and an evening to remember! In case of inclement weather, the farm-to-fork dinner will move inside the Edson Keith Mansion. Tickets are $100 per person and includes tax and gratuity. Reservations are required and available for purchase at mattisons.com or by calling Mattison’s Forty-One at (941) 921.3400.

Philllippi Estate Park, 5500 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34231

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Orchid Evening , November 6, 6pm

The Sarasota Cuban Ballet School presents “Flowers in the Air.” Choreographed by Tania Vergara, with students from the Sarasota Cuban Ballet School, this premiere is inspired by traditional Asian culture, its strength, lyricism and rich dance heritage. This visually stunning piece weaves technique, flamboyance and colorful movement, drawing from both folkloric narrative and contemporary artistry. “Flowers in the Air” uses stylistic elements such as long sleeves, fans and defense sticks, among others, to reveal a new dimension of rigor and spectacular beauty

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, 900 S Palm Ave, Sarasota, FL 34236

[SOON]  FOOD: Brunch on the Bay , November 3, 11:30am-1:30pm

Table sponsorships and individual tickets are still available for Bank of America Brunch on the Bay, USF Sarasota-Manatee’s signature fundraising event for student scholarships. Brunch will be held on Sunday, Nov. 3, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and showcases USFSM’s role as a local university that provides a high-quality, convenient and affordable education for students who become valued members of the workforce and vibrant contributors to the Sarasota-Manatee community. Visit USFSM.edu/brunch for tickets.

University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee, 8350 N Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34243

[SOON]  FOOD: Bowls of Hope 2019 , November 10, 11am-2pm

Bowls of Hope returns November 10th to Ed Smith Stadium. Join All Faiths Food Bank for one of the community’s largest and most popular family-friendly events where more than 40 of our community’s finest restaurants and caterers serve delicious soups, breads, desserts, and more. Guests select beautiful handcrafted bowls to keep, donated by by local potters, artists, and students while enjoying a modest meal as a reminder of the empty bowls they help to fill.

Ed Smith Stadium, 2700 12th St, Sarasota, FL 34237

[SOON]  MUSIC: PMP Alumni: Around Town at Harvest Sarasota , November 10, 7pm-9pm

The Perlman Music Program/Suncoast presents PMP Alumni KJ McDonald and Rinat Erlichman, violins; Hannah Geisinger, viola; and Derek Louie, cello, performing selections of string quartet repertoire by composers such as Claude Debussy, Anton Dvořák, Alexander Borodin and Jack Frerer. This family-friendly event will begin with Light Refreshments at 7:00pm followed by a 7:30pm performance and a Q&A with the musicians. Tickets: $15 (18 & Under: free) 

Harvest House, 3650 17th St, Sarasota, FL 34235

[SOON]  FOOD: Caregivers Comfort Socializing Lunch , November 4, 10am-11:30am

Julie Cook Downing, President of Caregivers' Comfort Creations, LLC and Doctors Hospital Caregiver Support Group Facilitator, hosts a monthly lunch at The Rosemary restaurant. This event provides caregivers some time to relax, enjoy themselves and eat super delicious food with others sharing similar situations. The lunch takes place from 12:15pm-1:45pm. For lunch details, contact Julie at caregivercomfort@aol.com.

The Rosemary, 411 North Orange Avenue

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Casa Patas Flamenco: Raiz de 4 , November 6 – November 7, 7:30pm

Curated by the Casa Patas Flamenco Foundation, Raíz de 4 honors the art of Flamenco by delving into its most primitive roots, evoking the convergence of cultures and the folklore of Spain. The purest styles of flamenco, some of which are: romances (ballads), martinetes, fandangos and soleares are brought into the forefront in a performance made up of a cast of distinguished dance and musical artists. Song (cante), dance (baile), guitar (guitarra), and percussion (percusión) seamlessly convey a genuine love for this art form and take the audience on an intensely authentic and unswerving journey of sensations, and emotions.

Historic Asolo Theater, 5401 Bay Shore Rd, Sarasota, FL 34243

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Veterans Day Block Party , November 9, 4pm-9pm

Everyone is welcome to come celebrate the military nonprofits of Sarasota over Veterans Day weekend, November 9th at CitySide Apartments in the historic Rosemary District. The celebration will kick off at 4pm with Sarasota's most popular yoga teachers for an hour of Street Yoga, the singing of the Star-Spangled Banner and color guard to kick off the bands at 5pm with performances by Dan Johnson of Operation Hemingway, Ari and the Alibis, Enrique Casados and Kaliedogroove. Great food and beverages provided by Outback Steakhouse, Bonefish Grill, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Tsunami Sushi, Gold Coast Eagle Distributing. There will be fun activities for kids and admission is free.

CitySide Apartments , 700 Cocoanut Ave. and May Ln.

[SOON]  SPORTS: 16th Annual Memorial Golf Tournament , November 9, 7:30am

Golf one of the country’s finest courses while supporting children, teens and young adults in grief. Before you tee off, a delicious breakfast will be generously provided by Station 400. Enjoy food and fun on the course, and then come back to the clubhouse for cigars and whiskey. All food and drink for the entire day is included in your golf registration. 

Legacy Golf Club At Lakewood Ranch, 8255 Legacy Blvd, Bradenton, FL 34202

[SOON]  SPORTS: Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk , November 10, 8am

This year's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk will be held on November 10, 2019, at Nathan Benderson Park. When you sign up, you join thousands of people just like you who want to see a world where this disease doesn't exist. You'll walk, you'll fundraise, you'll make lifelong friends. Most of all, you'll help save lives from breast cancer - and help us work toward a future without it. Check in begins at 8am for participants and the walk starts at 9:30am.

Nathan Benderson Park, 5851 Nathan Benderson Cir, Sarasota, FL 34235

[SOON]  SEMINAR: Modern Home Symposium , November 13, 5:30-7pm

Join SRQ MEDIA and Modern Home Magazine for the annual Modern Home Symposium featuring panelists who represent the top modern architecture and design gurus from the region to share their most memorable structures. Taking the audience into the design process, each panelist shares their source of inspiration in creating some of the area’s most significant spaces. Panelists include Nathan Cross of NWC Contruction, Steve Murray of Murray Homes, Jonathan Parks of Solstice Planning and Architecture and Mark Sultana of DSDG Architects. Registration opens at 5pm. The program is from 5:30-7pm. Light bites, wine and beer. RSVP to srqmag.com/moho.

SRQ Studios, 331 S. Pineapple Avenue, Sarasota

[SOON]  FOOD: Wine, Women & Shoes , November 14 – November 16, 530pm

Forty Carrots Family Center presents the 15th anniversary of Wine, Women & Shoes. The award-winning series kicks off with a private reception featuring a dozen partner wineries on Thursday, Nov. 14 at Michael’s Wine Cellar. The Signature Luncheon on Friday, November 15 is an all day affair with sipping and shopping, a professionally produced fashion show and an afternoon of dancing in the Veuve Clicquot Champagne Lounge. The public is invited to sample and purchase the wines at an open house on Saturday, Nov. 15 at Michael’s Wine Cellar. The weekend wraps up that evening at winemaker dinners hosted by Forty Carrots supporters in their homes. An exciting online auction and chance drawings are also open to the public participation starting Nov. 10 at winewomenandshoes.com/fortycarrots.

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Siesta Key Crystal Classic International Sand Sculpting Festival , November 15 – November 18, 10am-5pm

The Siesta Key Crystal Classic is a visual and cultural arts festival held on Siesta Beach every November. In just 24 sculpting hours, the master sculptors create sand masterpieces, some over ten feet tall, and transform the always beautiful Siesta Beach into an outdoor art gallery. And it’s more than just sand, the festival also features live music daily along with a large village of shopping and food and drink vendors. Other activities include the popular three day “Quick Sand” competition, sand sculpting lessons and an amateur competition. Hours are extended on Saturday & Sunday until 9 pm with colored lights on all the sculptures and live music!

Siesta Key Beach, 948 Beach Rd, Sarasota, FL 34242

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Gonzalo Rubalcaba , November 15 – November 16, 7:30pm

Pianist and composer Gonzalo Rubalcaba was already a young phenom with a budding career in his native Cuba when he was discovered by Dizzy Gillespie in 1985. Since, Piano & Keyboard Magazine selected him in 1999 as one of the great pianists of the 20th century, alongside figures such as Glenn Gould, Martha Argerich and Bill Evans; he has won two Grammys and two Latin Grammys, and established himself as a creative force in the jazz world.

Historic Asolo Theater, 5401 Bay Shore Rd, Sarasota, FL 34243

[SOON]  THEATER: The Sound of Music , November 13 – December 28, 7:30pm and 8pm evening performances and 1:30 and 2pm matinees

Like a breath of fresh Alpine air, this beloved musical masterpiece sweeps onto the Asolo Rep stage just in time for the holidays. Maria, a young nun causing trouble at the abbey, is sent off to be governess to Captain Von Trapp’s seven troublesome children. She brings much-needed love and joy to the family – and the widowed captain – and transforms their world and hers through the power of music. But the looming threat of Nazi Germany’s invasion of their native Austria darkens their future. Overflowing with some of the most iconic songs of all time, this heart warming family musical will be helmed by Josh Rhodes, returning on the heels of his spectacular production of Evita in 2017.

FSU Performing Arts Center, 5555 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota

[SOON]  GALA: Champions for Children Gala , November 23, 6pm-10pm

Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County is thrilled to announce the Champions for Children Gala will be held at the Lee Wetherington Boys & Girls Club on November 23, 2019. This year, we will honor Tom and Debbie Shapiro. Join us for an enchanting evening with silent and live auctions, a gourmet dinner prepared by Chef Paul Mattison and dancing. All proceeds will support our valuable programs designed to enhance more than 9,000 Club members' academic success, healthy lifestyles, and character and leadership development.

Lee Wetherington Boys & Girls Club, 3100 Fruitville Road, Sarasota, FL 34237

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