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SRQ DAILY Apr 28, 2021

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition

"RADD is more than just art. It's about transformation and it's about our community. It's an initiative designed to celebrate the deep history of the neighborhood while cultivating a foundation for future creatives."

- Julia Groom, DreamLarge and RADD
 

-Keeping the Faith, as seen in SRQ's April 2021 edition. Click the photo for the full article.
[Community]  It's Launch Time for DreamLarge's Rosemary Art & Design District (RADD) Initiative
Brittany Mattie, brittany.mattie@srqme.com

A B corp born on the notion to create environmental good and social change, Sarasota's DreamLarge is at it again—cultivating and accelerating initiatives for the benefit of the community at large. The organization behind the PINC Experience announced the formation and launch of the Rosemary Art + Design District, or RADD. The mission of RADD aims to further the hip, urban neighborhood into an artistic hub and cultural destination.

Though RADD remains a DreamLarge initiative, the idea was spurred back in 2020 by a diverse group of community-centric creatives and luminaries with the shared desire to boost the visual and social aspects of the Rosemary sector. Through the strategic application of artistry and design, RADD has since evolved into a local movement dedicated to advancing the Rosemary District as the pre-eminent "Art & Design District of Sarasota." Leading the coalition includes Anand Pallegar (Founder of DreamLarge), Julia Groom (Director of DreamLarge), Tim Jaeger, Susan McLeod, Walter Gilbert and Mark Zeitouni

“We are a group of creatives who are passionate about our community and who believe art has the power to inspire people and make our community better,” says Pallegar. “We seek to establish a future vision for The Rosemary that brings together art and design to celebrate and honor the history of the area, while cultivating a foundation for future creatives to embrace.” 

This Friday, RADD will be hosting an outdoor launch event at the DreamLarge Yard located in the heart of the Rosemary District. This kick-off event is free and open to all—featuring live music, food trucks, drinks, a *very* interactive art exhibit/project for attendees, as well as the unveiling of RADD’s upcoming and ongoing initiatives for 2021 and beyond. 

“RADD is more than just art—it’s about transformation and it’s about our community," says Groom. "It’s an initiative designed to celebrate the deep history of the neighborhood while cultivating a foundation for future creatives. RADD is about advancing our position as the creative and cultural epicenter of Sarasota. This starts with the launch of the Gilbert Mural Initiative - a mural program intended to document the chapters of this evolving neighborhood on the walls of our community’s own historic buildings.” The group has locked up eight different sites in the Rosemary District to showcase future murals by commissioning both local and national artists to bring the bare walls to life, all the while preserving the deep, cultural history of the neighborhood once known as "Overtown." 

In addition to the mural series, another programming event, Groom shares, will be RADD Walks - monthly art walks and open houses of local art, culture and design businesses in the Rosemary. "Bringing these walks back to our community will be one of the first of many exciting activations happening in 2021," she says.

Meet the RADD team on Friday, April 30, starting at 8pm at 600 Central Avenue as they celebrate the launch this exciting launch. For more information, or to learn how to support RADD, visit rosemarydistrict.org.

Photo courtesy of DreamLarge. 

To register for this free event, click here.

[Education]  The Oaks Women's Club Awards 16 Scholarships Totaling $80,000

The Oaks Women’s Club Scholarship Committee announced yesterday that 16 young women receiving diplomas from Sarasota County high schools this Spring have been awarded $5,000 scholarships to assist them in their college journey. “These outstanding women were selected based on their exceptional academic ability, financial need and leadership skills both within their schools and the community at large.  The financial need this year was greater than ever, so it was vital that the global pandemic does not impede our mission,” said Oaks Women’s Club Scholarship Chair, Beth Gehring. Scholarship Co-Chair Marti Byers added, “The Oaks Club community has been so generous in supporting our fundraising activities. As a result, renewal scholarships will be offered to the 2020 recipients if they have maintained a 3.0 GPA during their freshman year.”  Since the first scholarships were granted in 2002, over $730,000 has been awarded to 156 young women to help them reach their educational goals. 

[Fundraising]  Entrepreneur Listens to Need and Creates Project Hear It

A local business owner is giving back to the community. While working with Manatee County schools, Kristine Marsh says it was evident COVID-19 placed limitations inside and outside of the classroom. The President and Founder of Destination Knowledge, an educational software provider for school districts statewide, found out students aren’t able to share headphones. Marsh says students can’t focus on their work without headphones because distractions and background noise affect their abilities. She and her team began fundraising online and purchasing headphones for schools who need them. So far, more than $6,500 has been given to Project Hear It! through private donations and a GoFundMe website. Ballard Elementary School recently received a special delivery with 400 sets of headphones. The boxes are labeled with the names of local businesses and people who donated funds. Destination Knowledge is an approved vendor for the School District of Manatee County. 

[Donation]  Record Donation to Support Homeless Students

Our Lady of the Angels Catholic Church recently donated more than $25,550 to Project H.E.A.R.T. which will help homeless students and their families. It’s the largest donation ever received by the program and comes at a time when school districts across the state expect to see a major increase in homeless families next school year. Project H.E.A.R.T. provides support and resources for students living through a housing transition. Their mission is helping families with school enrollment, encouraging attendance and helping students break down barriers standing in the way of their success. The program pays for academic tutoring at shelters, school-related fees such as field trip or graduation costs and much more. 

[New Grant]  The Paradise Center Receives Grant from the Longboat Garden Club

The President of the Longboat Garden Club Susan Phillips along with Linda Ulrich Chair of the Garden Club’s Grants Committee presented a “check” for $2,000 to Suzy Brenner, President of The Paradise Center, to help fund an edible garden on the grounds of its senior community center on Longboat Key.  Suzy Brenner, Executive Director, The Paradise Center said, “I’m thrilled the Longboat Key Garden Club approved our grant application. We are planning an edible garden, with raised beds, so it is accessible for people who aren’t comfortable or able to get down on the ground. We’re going to start small, with some herbs and vegetables, then hopefully increase the size and scope over the next few years. We are looking for community members who love to garden to join our volunteer corps!”  

[Environmental Sustainability]  Kids Promote Kindness to Mother Earth

The Earth Day team at Virgil Mills Elementary is encouraging students to promote kindness to earth. Young artists are quickly filling up a garden with colorful kindness rocks. Students will also be signing a pledge that they will work together to protect our planet. Mack Lessig of University of Florida IFAS Extension will be speaking to the students outdoors about butterflies and native plants before leading them in a seed planting activity. They will also reduce their use of classroom lights, reuse materials to create a class art project and recycle trash found around campus.  

[Expansion ]  Meals On Wheels for Kids Expands to Tarpon Springs, East Lake, Odessa, and Palm Harbor

Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger (TBNEH), a tri-county leader in hunger relief, research and program development, is now delivering Meals On Wheels for Kids Tampa Bay (MOW4Kids) in Tarpon Springs, East Lake, Odessa, and Palm Harbor in Pinellas County.  MOW4Kids delivers lunchtime meals to children who depend on school meals and are at home when school is out of session or when learning remotely. Deliveries take place out of St. Nicholas Church Community Center in Tarpon Springs. Eligible households may apply to receive MOW4Kids at www.mow4kids.org.   

Click here for more information.

[Re-Opening]  Saprito Pier Reopens with New Look and Amenities April 30

The Tony Saprito Fishing Pier will reopen to the public Friday, April 30. The pier, located adjacent to the John Ringling Causeway Bridge, underwent a comprehensive rehabilitation with a new concrete top deck installed and concrete pilings, caps and light poles retrofitted. Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant railings also were installed plus six benches and three shade structures to provide relief from the intense Florida sun. The makeover pays tribute to Sarasota Bay through creative sea life art designs placed along the railings, plus a visual reminder “Protect The Bay” imprinted at the end of the pier. 

[Retail Additions]  Lakewood Ranch to Expand Experiential Lifestyle Offerings With Three New Waterside Place Tenants

Lakewood Ranch has announced three additional tenants in the community’s new, 36-acre Waterside Place development, which is on track to become the region’s premier experiential lifestyle destination. Set to open in late summer of 2021, Waterside Place will embody the essence of Lakewood Ranch, serving as a retail, dining, wellness, and entertainment hub with waterfront charm. Whether guests are looking to enjoy a morning coffee and jog along the nature trails or opt for an evening lakeside concert followed by dinner and craft beers with friends, Waterside Place will appeal to a variety of lifestyles and interests.

Upon opening, Waterside Place will offer an elevated community experience that extends beyond that of a traditional town center. Situated on a 36-acre peninsula overlooking the mile-long Kingfisher Lake, the development will blend arts and entertainment destinations with 115,000 square feet of unique in-line and freestanding commercial, retail and office space; diverse dining options; an eight-acre park; miles of nature trails; communal “pop-out” spaces; a water splash park and more. The town center will further activate the dynamic area by hosting festivals and becoming the future home for the Farmers’ Market at LWR, connecting local farmers and artisans with area residents and their guests. 

Good Liquid Brewing Co.,3 Form Fitness, and ManCave for Men are set to join previously announced tenants: O&A Coffee Supply, CROPjuice, Duck Donuts, Korê, Derek The Salon, PAINT Nail Bar, SmithLaw, The Yoga Shack and Kilwins. 

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[New Hire]  Premier Sotheby’s New Associates Sarasota Region

Premier Sotheby’s International Realty is pleased to announce that the following sales professionals have affiliated with the company’s Sarasota area sales gallery locations: Gina Dizon, Downtown Sarasota, Julie Guirguis, Downtown Sarasota, Judy Mitchell, Longboat Key and Nicole Pies, Lakewood Ranch. 

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[New Hire]  Sunnyside Village Hires Two Key Executives

Sunnyside Village has hired two top executives to fill key positions for the community going forward. Sean McClory has been hired as Director of Human Resources for Sunnyside. Christopher Whitby has been hired as Chief Financial Officer.  

[Mother's Day]  Celebrate Mother's Day at The Ringling

The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art is pleased to announce an extraordinary slate of activities to honor Mom on her special day. The museum staff has created a Special Mother's Day Pop-Up Audio Tour. This curated audio experience will guide visitors through works of art related to motherhood and prompt them to reflect on their own family’s stories. “If you are able to visit with your mom, this is a great way to treat her to an arts experience full of lively discussion,” said Laura Steefel-Moore, Head of Education,” If your mom is no longer with you, taking this tour with other loved ones is a great way to honor your memories of her.” 

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[SOON]  FOOD: Michael's On East: Mother's Day Brunch Buffet , May 9, 10:30am-2:30pm

Join Michael's On East for a Mother's Day Brunch Buffet in the Restaurant on Sunday, May 9 from 10:30am to 2:30pm, $69.95 for adults and $34.95 for children 3 to 10 years old. Enjoy an incredible brunch buffet staged in our Ballroom. Choices include delicious and creative salads, an omelet station, pancake station, carving stations with prime rib, roasted honey and pineapple-glazed ham and more. Plus our famous endless dessert display and don't forget the mimosas and bloody marys too. Call-in reservations only. All guests are required to wear a mask while not at their table, including all food stations.

[SOON]  FOOD: Mother's Day Jazz Brunch , May 9, 10am-2pm

Join Hamlet’s Eatery for a Jazz Brunch on Sunday, May 9 from 10-2pm. Located in the outdoor courtyard of The Bazaar on Apricot & Lime at 821 Apricot Ave, Sarasota. Plenty of room to social distance and seating under a covered patio. Rain or Shine. Starting at 10:30am until 1:30pm, enjoy live jazz music with Hot Tonic. Fronted by bassist/vocalist Victoria Woods and guitarist Josh Hindmarsh, Hot Tonic are a swinging acoustic band merging classic jazz with vintage Americana/roots music. Expect to hear Jazz standards, a Patsy Cline song, and some Postmodern Jukebox style interpretations, Hot Tonic is a truly unique experience not to be missed. Hot Tonic front-woman Victoria Woods is an American jazz bassist and vocalist. Born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, she is the daughter of Dr Jon Woods, the director of the Ohio State Marching Band for 28 years. Coming from this prestigious musical upbringing, Victoria has crafted her musical skill since the age of 8 and always brings her creative sparkle to the band stand. Her unique skills and high energy show make for a unique visual and musical experience. From swinging jazz to down home blues and all points in between, New Zealand born guitarist Josh Hindmarsh is a dynamic and original musical artist, and has been featured on many albums, and shared the stage with a virtual “Who’s Who” of the greatest jazz and blues giants in the industry including Ronnie Cuber, Roy Hargrove, and Joey Defrancesco. Hamlet’s Eatery menu options will include both traditional and vegan dishes from build your own omelettes with fresh organic eggs to tofu scrambles. For more information visit www.HamletsEatery.com or call 941-445-1938.

[SOON]  GALLERY: Mother's Day at The Ringling , May 9, Museum hours.

The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art is pleased to announce an extraordinary slate of activities to honor Mom on her special day. The museum staff has created a Special Mother’s Day Pop-Up Audio Tour. This curated audio experience will guide visitors through works of art related to motherhood and prompt them to reflect on their own family’s stories. Guests can also celebrate Mom on The Ringling’s 66-acres of gardens and Level II Arboretum by enjoying a Bayfront Gardens Tour. This walking tour led by volunteer guides will introduce participants to interesting botanical specimens on the estate while providing a historic overview of the development of the estate. Garden Tours take place entirely outdoors, are 90 minutes in length, and cover approximately 1 mile. Participants are encouraged to bring bottled water, and wear appropriate footwear, preferably closed-toe, sunblock and hats. Masks are required of all participants, as well as social distancing. Tours are subject to weather conditions. The Tour will be offered at 10:30am and 11:30am on Mother’s Day, May 9. Space is limited and tickets are required. The Ringling is pleased to also offer a Mother’s Day must-have: Brunch at The Ringling Grillroom. Located in the John M. McKay Visitor’s Pavilion, the Ringling Grillroom will offer a variety of traditional brunch entrees. Both indoor and outdoor seating and take-away service are available. Reservations are strongly encouraged by calling 941.360.7390. For those in need of a last minute gift for Mom, the Museum Store is offering Jewelry, Scarves, and Tote Bags on sale May 2-9. Everyone saves 10% and Members will save 20% on jewelry, scarves and bags. While visiting The Ringling, treat Mom to one of the special exhibitions currently on view including: Frans Hals: Detecting a Decade, Larry Rivers: Boston Massacre, Saitō Kiyoshi: Graphic Awakening, Sam Gilliam: Selections, and Off to the Races. Finally, Mom can wind down the day by relaxing in the Historic Asolo Theater for a 6:30pm screening of Tea With Mussolini, a semi-autobiographical film directed by Franco Zeffirelli starring Dame Joan Plowright, Dame Judy Dench, Cher, Lily Tomlin and Maggie Smith. Tickets are required.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Manatee Tiger Bay Club: Child Abuse Awareness Month Luncheon , April 29, 11:30am

Please join Manatee Tiger Bay Club in our first in-person luncheon of the year. On Thursday, April 29. Doors open 11:30am and the program starts at 1pm. The luncheon will take place at Pier 22 Restaurant and the topic will be Child Abuse Awareness Month. Manatee County has experienced a few losses and pledges to do everything to keep all children safe from harm. Join us as the panel discusses how Manatee County Agencies plays role in protecting our children. Featuring Retired Major Connie Shingledecker, Child Welfare Advocate, Nathan Scott, and Zac Gibson.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: The Hermitage Artist Retreat: Michael R. Jackson: Just Sittin’ Here Lookin' , May 21, 6:30pm

The Hermitage Artist Retreat presents “Michael R. Jackson: Just Sittin’ Here Lookin’” with Pulitzer Prize winner Michael R. Jackson, Friday, May 21 at 6:30pm, live on the Hermitage Beach, 6660 Manasota Key Road, Englewood. Jackson, a 2021 Hermitage Fellow and the recipient of the 2020 Pulitzer Prize in Drama for his musical A Strange Loop, will present an evening of music and stories, in a collaboration between the Hermitage and Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe. This event will also be available via live-stream. Michael R. Jackson’s Hermitage artist residency is generously sponsored by the Huisking Foundation. Registration is required at HermitageArtistRetreat.org. Free with a $5 per person registration fee.

[SOON]  MUSIC: WSLR: Shankh Lahiri & Friends: A Unique Indian Flamenco Fusion Project , May 8, 8pm

Under the leadership of internationally touring musician, music composer and educator Shankh Lahiri, this unique Indian Flamenco Fusion project offers an authentic taste of Raga Music from India with a fresh, modern feel of Spanish Flamenco music. Joining Shankh will be Don Soledad (flamenco guitar) and Kanada Narahari (sitar). Shankh & Friends will perform at the Fogartyville Community Media and Arts Center on Saturday, May 8 at 8pm. Tickets are $15 for members and $20 for the general public. Advance tickets are available at www.WSLR.org. With strong traditional Indian Classical Music training and wide performing experiences in World Music, Lahiri has achieved a deep understanding of Cultural Music and gained a reputation as a highly creative and innovative concert performer in both Classical and World Music genres. He is the Founder and Director of Shruti Foundation & Shruti School of Music - a fast growing music organization in USA that promotes the rich Art of Indian Classical Music as well as cultural and intercultural music through its ongoing classes, concerts and workshops. Inspired by the guitar of flamenco legend; Paco de Lucia, Don Soledad cultivated his sophisticated, soulful sounds in Northern, California, beginning with his early guitar studies with the great Spanish flamenco maestros - Mariano de Cordobá and Agustin Ríos - the nephew of legendary guitarist Diego del Gastor. His studies continued in the Southern region of Spain; Andalucía in the city of Jerez de la Frontera - with guitarist Juan Diego Mateos. Soon thereafter, he was performing shows in San Francisco and the Sonoma and Napa Valley wineries. As a performer and recording artist, he has worked with talents in a variety of genres including rock singer Eric Martin (Mr. Big), Jazz bassist Kai Eckhardt (John McLaughlin and Garage Mahal) and opening for the late Jazz guitar legend Larry Coryell. Upon his departure from the West Coast, Don has been a mainstay in the Florida and US professional talent pool performing with his band — The Don Soledad Group and recently winning 1st place at Orlando's 'FusionFest 2020' for 'Best Musician' category.

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Forks & Corks Food and Wine Festival , April 26 – May 2

Representatives of the Sarasota-Manatee Originals have announced details for the 2021 Forks & Corks Food & Wine Festival taking place April 26 through May 2, 2021. This year’s 14th annual event has been reimagined to offer guests a menu of specially-curated and controlled experiences designed to showcase the talents of the area’s brilliant and resilient, independent food & beverage operators. In addition to wine seminars and a food stroll, a world-class Online Auction is planned as well as a week-long schedule of “food & wine experiences” taking place at restaurants throughout Sarasota and Manatee’s Gulf-coastal communities. Tickets for Forks & Corks events will be sold online at EatLikeALocal.com. For more information on Forks & Corks and to purchase tickets, visit EatLikeALocal.com. Follow Forks & Corks on Facebook and Instagram.

[SOON]  HEALTH: Operation Warrior Resolution: Equine Therapy for Veterans , April 9 – May 14

OWR is hosting an Equine Therapy group starting Friday, April 9 through Friday, May 14 at InStride Therapy in Nokomis, FL. Equine assisted therapy has been shown through research to heal veterans from service-related physical, emotional, and spiritual struggles. Our program is specifically designed to address veteran specific issues through horses. The horses provide us with a unique experience to learn how to become more self-aware, regulate the nervous system response, be in the present moment, build trust, confidence, connection, and more. This is all provided at no cost to the veteran. Please email info@operationwarriorresolution.org to attend.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: SPARCC: Raise Awareness of Sexual Violence This April , April 1 – April 30

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). Each year during SAAM, Safe Place and Rape Crisis Center, Inc. (SPARCC) collaborates with community partners to raise awareness, commemorate SAAM and show support for survivors of sexual assault. This April, SPARCC is hosting three exciting ways to encourage groups and businesses to help spread awareness. Community partners can get involved by participating in the Day of Action, Denim Day, and/or scheduling a free prevention education presentation. Tuesday, April 6 - Day of Action or “Wear Teal Day” - Supporters raise awareness by sharing a photo of themselves or a group wearing teal to social media and tagging @SPARCC_Sarasota. By wearing teal, the symbol of sexual violence prevention and the official color of SAAM, supporters will drive further awareness around the importance of consent, respect and supporting survivors online and in everyday life. Wednesday, April 28 - Denim Day - supporters can help survivors of sexual violence take a stand by wearing denim and sharing a photo on social media and tagging @SPARCC_Sarasota. Denim Day is a national campaign triggered by a ruling of the Italian Supreme Court where a rape conviction was overturned because the justices felt that since the victim was wearing tight jeans she must have helped her rapist remove them, thereby implying consent. By wearing jeans, supporters send the message that there is never an excuse or invitation for sexual assault. The Entire Month of April – supporters, groups and businesses can schedule a free educational training session with SPARCC educators. Topics for Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) include, how to help a friend coping with sexual violence, bystander intervention, industry-specific concerns for medical professionals like cosmetologists, law enforcement, bars & restaurants, entertainment venues, and more.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Newtown Farmer's Market: Mr. Stevey & Friends , March 27 – June 12, 12pm-3pm

The Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall’s Education and Community Engagement department is teaming up with the Newtown Farmer’s Market to present Mr. Stevey & Friends: a free, family-friendly series introducing children, teens and parents to mindfulness using games, exercises and art activities. The first event will be held on Saturday, March 27 from 12pm to 3pm at the Newtown Farmer’s Market, located at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park. The three-hour mindfulness-themed events will feature live demonstrations, meditation tutorials, art activities, mindful games, raffle prizes and special guests through a collaboration between the Newtown Nation, the Newtown Farmer’s Market and the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall’s Artworks Anywhere program. Upcoming dates for the Mr. Stevey & Friends outdoor series featuring Van Wezel Teaching Artist Stevey Jones include April 24, May 29 and June 12. To learn more or pre-register, visit www.ArtworksAnywhere.org, though you may attend without registration. 

[SOON]  GALA: Boys & Girls Club: Good Morning Great Futures Breakfast , April 28, 7:30am-9am

Join us on Wednesday, April 28 from 7:30am to 9am at the Manatee Performing Arts Center, 502 3rd Avenue West, Bradenton, for The Good Morning Great Futures Breakfast celebrating Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County’s 2021-22 Youth of the Year, Yarellis M. 

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: The Players Centre: Disney's Moana Jr. , April 30 – May 1, 7pm

The Players Studio, the education department of The Players Centre presents Disney's Moana Jr. performed by The Players Kids performance group on April 30 and May 1 at 7pm. This thrilling and heartwarming coming-of-age story follows the strong-willed Moana as she sets sail across the Pacific to save her village and discover the truth about her heritage. Moana and the legendary demigod Maui embark on an epic journey of self-discovery and camaraderie as both learn to harness the power that lies within. With empowering messages of bravery and selflessness, Moana JR. is sure to bring out the hero within each of us. Under the direction of Alyssa Goudy, Brian Finnerty and Debbi White. Music and Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Opetaia Foa'i & Mark Mancina. Book Adapted by Susan Soon He Stanton. Music and Orchestrations Adapted and Arranged by Ian Weinberger. Based on the 2016 Disney film Moana. Masks are required for this outdoor event. Temperature checks will be done and patrons will be socially distanced. Hamlet's Food Truck will be available (will be closing 30 mins prior to the performance). Tickets are $15 for Adults $15 and $12.50 for Students under 24 (Call 941-365-2494 to purchase student tickets) plus $1.50 per ticket handling fee. No tickets will be printed for this event. Upon making your purchase your name will be on a reservation list.

[SOON]  DANCE: Sarasota Ballet: Terrace Program 2 Voices of Her , April 28 – May 1, 8pm

The Sarasota Ballet returns to the Asolo Terrace Stage for their 30th Anniversary Season’s second series of outdoor performances: Terrace Program 2 – Voices of Her. Celebrating the creative endeavors of women in ballet, Terrace Program 2 – Voices of Her is a collection of ballet World Premieres choreographed by six female Dancers of The Sarasota Ballet and Studio Company, and danced by The Sarasota Ballet and Studio Company. Featuring a mix of classically inspired and contemporary works, Terrace Program 2 is an exciting and unique opportunity for these six young dancers to express their creativity and challenge themselves through the medium of choreography. Terrace Program 2 – Voices of Her runs Wednesday, 28 April through Saturday, 1 May on the Asolo Terrace Stage at the FSU Center for the Performing Arts. All performances start at 8pm. For ballet fans eager to see Company Dancers of The Sarasota Ballet return to live performance, and especially to catch a glimpse of the next generation of choreography, Terrace Program 2 – Voices of Her is a perfect fit. Tickets for Terrace Program 2 can be purchased for $20 at https://www.sarasotaballet.org/events/terrace-program-2-voices-her, available until three hours prior to the time of performance.

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