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"There was a call to designers, which are all students, to design a full wardrobe of sustainable clothing for the runway show this Sunday. Each design falls under the thematic umbrella of innovation in the fashion world."

- Tim Jaeger, Director and Chief Curator of Galleries and Exhibitions, Ringling College

[Arts & Entertainment]  Fresco Fashion Show at Ringling College
Dylan Campbell, dylan@srqme.com

This Sunday, venture down to the Ringling College of Art and Design, for the Fresco fashion show. The show, which runs from 5pm-7pm, is the product of a cross-disciplinary team of students and features a design collection made from upcycled materials in an effort to raise awareness about the fashion industry’s impact on the environment. The Fresco fashion show is the final installment of the Ringling College of Art and Design’s Head to Toe, an exhibition curated by students that highlights the design of fashion designer Marie Colbert.

“The Fresco show is a sustainable clothing fashion show that is the product of a student-led organization. The students draw inspiration from the Head to Toe exhibition that features the clothing collection of Marie Colbert,” says Tim Jaeger, the Director and Chief Curator of Galleries and Exhibitions at Ringling College. “There was a call to designers, which are all students, to design a full wardrobe of sustainable clothing for the runway show this Sunday. Each design falls under the thematic umbrella of innovation in the fashion world. It’s really exciting.”

The Head to Toe exhibition – and within that, the Fresco fashion show – continues with the Ringling Galleries practice of involving students in the curatorial process and allowing them to draw inspiration from real-world artists and designers. “For many years now, I’ve noticed the student interest in fiber arts and as a curator and director, I then try to find the exhibition that will nourish the creativity of the student. We selected this exhibition and the student and community involvement has just been an amazing response – we’ve never offered an exhibition quite like this before,” says Jaeger. “It’s meant to bridge generational gaps and meant to introduce a universal language that transcends and shifts the culture of fashion.”

December 4th, 5-7pm, Located in the CJ Lawn behind the Lois and David Stulberg Gallery, Ringling College of Art and Design, 2700 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34234, 941-359-7563. 

Pictured: Fresco student organization. Photo courtesy of the Ringling College of Art and Design

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[Holidays]  Wintergreen Weekend Celebrates Holiday Traditions December 3-4 at Selby Gardens Historic Spanish Point Campus

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens offers a festive way to kick off the holiday season at its second annual “Wintergreen Weekend.” Taking place December 3 and 4 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Historic Spanish Point campus in Osprey, this seasonal event features time-honored traditions and holiday fun for the whole family. Dickens carolers from The Classical Academy of Sarasota will be singing throughout the campus during the weekend, providing a lively holiday soundtrack as visitors stroll the 30-acre site. Handbell performances by the Ring Sarasota ensemble will take place at the Sunken Garden two times each day. For younger attendees, “reindeer” rides (think festively outfitted ponies) will be available on Lychee Field, storytelling sessions will be offered inside historic Mary’s Chapel, and arts and crafts activities will take place on the White Cottage lawn. Wintergreen Weekend is free for Selby Gardens members and included with general admission to the Historic Spanish Point campus for other visitors. Food and beverages will be available for purchase from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. both days. 

Pictured: Whimsical rendering of a reindeer that will offer rides at Wintergreen Weekend. Photo courtesy of Selby Gardens.

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[Holiday Event]  Celebrate the Holidays with Miracle on 34th Street

The Players Centre presents the classic holiday tale Miracle on 34th Street: A Live Musical Radio Play Dec. 1-4, 2022 at Studio 1130-The Crossings at Siesta Key (3501 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. This family-friendly, feel-good show is sure to melt even the most Grinch-like hearts. Directed by Amanda Heisey, with Stage Manager Alisha Tyler-Lohr, the show was adapted from the 1947 Radio Broadcast by Lance Arthur Smith. You’ll hear some familiar Christmas tunes with a jazzy flair and some original songs that will fill you with that nostalgic warmth of the holidays.

Dec. 1-3 and 6-10 at 7:30pm, Dec. 4 and 10-11 at 2pm, Studio 1130 - The Crossings at Siesta Key, 3501 S. Tamiami Trail, Suite 200, Sarasota, Regular tickets $30, Students 24 and under $13. 

Pictured: Join The Players Centre for the classic tale in the style of a 1940’s radio play. Photo courtesy of The Players Centre.

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[Arts & Entertainment]  Sarasota Concert Association Presents The National Philharmonic of Ukraine and the Emerson String Quartet in January Concerts

The Sarasota Concert Association presents the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Ukraine on Wednesday, January 18 at the Venice Performing Arts Center, and the Emerson String Quartet on Monday, January 30 at the Riverview Performing Arts Center in Sarasota. The National Philharmonic Orchestra of Ukraine, led by conductor Theodore Kuchar, is based in the medieval city of Lviv, was officially established in 1902 and its first concert took place in the Philharmonic Theater of Count Stanislav Skarbko (today known as the Ukrainian National Academic Theater of Drama). The Principal Conductor of the orchestra was Ludwik Vitezslav Czelianski (1870-1931). The program includes Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9, From the New World, and Brahms’ Violin Concerto with violinist Vladyslava Luchenko. Luchenko, at age seven studied at the Lysenko Music School for highly gifted children in Kiev until 2006. Today, she performs on concert tours in Switzerland, Spain, Poland, Ukraine and Russia, including as a soloist with the Ukrainian Radio Orchestra and State Orchestra, and the Luzerner Symphony Orchestra. The Orchestra has toured extensively around the world including Poland, Italy, Spain, France, Switzerland, Germany, the Netherlands, and The People’s Republic of China. During the past several seasons they completed highly acclaimed recordings for major international labelsincluding Naxos and Brilliant Classics. The world-renowned GRAMMY® Award-winning Emerson String Quartet, embarking on their farewell concert tour during their 47 th anniversary season, will perform Beethoven’s Quartet Op. No. 2 as well as other works by Haydn and Mendelssohn. The Emerson String Quartet is disbanding after more than four decades as one of the world’s premier chamber music ensembles. The Quartet has made more than 30 acclaimed recordings and has been honored with nine GRAMMY® Awards (including two for Best Classical Album), three Gramophone Awards, the Avery Fisher Prize, and Musical America’s “Ensemble of the Year” award. They have commissioned and premiered works from some of today’s most esteemed composers and have partnered in performance with leading soloists including Renée Fleming, Emanuel Ax, Mstislav Rostropovich, James Galway, Leon Fleisher, and Isaac Stern. Single tickets are on sale now at www.SCAsarasota.org and Mini-series subscribers who choose 3 concerts can save 10% off regular single ticket prices by calling the Sarasota Concert Association Box Office at 941-966-6161. 

Pictured: Conductor Theodore Kuchar and the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Ukraine. Photo courtesy of the Sarasota Concert Association.

[Resilient Retreat]  Resilient Retreat Help to Heal Those Impacted by Trauma

As our Southwest Florida community has recently experienced, trauma touches the lives of so many and in so many different ways. Studies have shown that as many as 70 percent of Americans have experienced some form of trauma, and there is no one-size-fits-all approach to healing.  Located on 84 acres of conservation land on Fruitville Road, new non-profit Resilient Retreat is helping to heal those impacted by trauma with free and fully confidential programming, ranging from day-long and virtual programs to multi-day, overnight intensive retreats. The research-based, holistic, interdisciplinary programming includes support groups, neurofeedback, animal and equine therapy, yoga, meditation, mindfulness, time in nature, art and music therapies and more. On the heels of its grand opening, the organization has been busy supporting the local community, first responders, helping professionals and survivors of abuse. The non-profit also provides trainings to corporations, businesses, non-profits and non-governmental agencies.  Resilient Retreat’s trauma-informed staff also operate a Kind Line at 941-343-0039. 

Alongside the non-profit, a one-of-a-kind event space for corporate retreats, weddings and milestone events was created. The Retreat Sarasota serves as the “venue that saves lives,” with all proceeds from rental fees directly benefiting Resilient Retreat’s mission. Accommodating groups up to 500+, the venue encompasses an 18,000-square-foot Retreat Center, a 5,000-square-foot Community Center, overnight accommodations for up to 30 people and multiple breakout rooms and outdoor venues. To book your special event, visit www.theretreatsarasota.com. 

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[Board Members]  Hospital Board Installs New Officers for 2023

Tuesday, the Sarasota County Public Hospital Board, which governs Sarasota Memorial Health Care System, named its new officers for 2023. The new chair of the Board is Tramm Hudson, who has represented the Board’s at-large Seat 1 since 2015. Hudson is a retired Sarasota banker, U.S. Army officer and community leader who has spent almost 30 years sharing his executive expertise in finance, economic development and strategic planning with a number of organizations in the Sarasota-Manatee region. He has served as chairman of the Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce, trustee of Manatee Community College, chairman of the Out-of-Door Academy, chairman of Committee of 100, chairman of The Glenridge at Palmer Ranch retirement community, and member of the boards of United Way and Sarasota Family YMCA. He also was chairman of the Republican Party of Sarasota County. In 2005, he served as chairman of Workforce Florida. Hudson graduated from Vanderbilt University as a distinguished military graduate. He served as a Cavalry officer in Germany and continued in the Army Reserves, retiring as a Lt. Colonel. He earned his MBA from Emory University. Hudson succeeds Sharon Wetzler DePeters, APRN, who served as chair of the Board for 2022. Her tenure as chair included the successful completion of the largest expansion in Sarasota Memorial’s history, with the opening of the new Sarasota Memorial Hospital - Venice as well as the Oncology Tower on the Sarasota campus. Her term also included the groundbreaking of the Cornell Family Behavioral Health Pavilion and the announcement of plans to develop a new hospital in North Port. Sarasota Memorial also received numerous national awards for its high quality of care, including U.S. News’ “Best Hospital” rankings for Rehabilitation and Urology Services, and a spot among the Nation’s 100 Top Hospitals, 40 Top Teaching Hospitals and 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals by Fortune/Merative. DePeters will continue serving on the Hospital Board as a member. Four new members recently elected by local voters also took their seats at Tuesday’s Board meeting: Brad Baker, who represents Northern District - Seat 1; Bridgette Fiorucci, BSN, RN, who represents Central District - Seat 2; Patricia Maraia, BSN, RN, who represents Southern District - Seat 1; and Victor Rohe, Northern District - Seat 2. In addition to Hudson, the Board officers for 2023 include: First Vice Chairman: Brad Baker, Second Vice Chairman: Victor Rohe, Treasurer: Gregory Carter, Secretary: Bridgette Fiorucci, BSN, RN, Assistant Secretary: Sarah Lodge, Assistant Treasurer: Patricia Maraia, BSN, RN, Members: Britt Riner, Sharon Wetzler DePeters. 

[Holidays]  Help Fill Holiday Shoeboxes To Deliver To Local Seniors

Please join Meals on Wheels PLUS for their 17th Annual Shoebox Collection on Saturday, December 3rd, 4pm-6pm, Lakewood Ranch Elks Lodge, 4602 Lena Road, Bradenton. Admission is Free with...a wrapped and filled shoebox or a $20 Donation to Meals on Wheels PLUS. Meals on Wheels PLUS hopes to collect 1,000 wrapped & filled shoeboxes to deliver to seniors throughout the holidays. These boxes are often times the only Holiday present seniors receive.  Any individual who is not attending the event but wishes to donate wrapped & filled shoeboxes can drop them off any weekday before Friday, December 9, 2022, between 8:30am-4:30pm. Our location is 811 23rd Ave E, Bradenton, FL 34208. 

[SOON]  THEATER: Urbanite Theatre: That Must Be The Entrance To Heaven , June 9 – July 9

THAT MUST BE THE ENTRANCE TO HEAVEN by Franky D. Gonzalez. A World Premiere. June 9 - July 9, 2023. Urbanite Theatre. Glory. Survival. Legacy. Citizenship. Four Latino boxers all chase a world title to achieve their personal versions of heaven. But to get there, they must battle each other, their own battered bodies, and the universe itself. All four men walk the line between life and death in this poignant, poetic collision of combat and cosmos. For tickets and info contact - phone (941) 321-1397, email info@urbanitetheatre.com, website www.urbanitetheatre.com.

Urbanite Theatre , 1487 2nd Street Sarasota FL, 34236

[SOON]  THEATER: Asolo Repertory Theatre: Man of La Mancha , May 10 – June 11, Varied

Considered by many to be one of the best musicals of all time, MAN OF LA MANCHA is brilliantly reimagined with a contemporary urgency by celebrated director Peter Rothstein, who immerses us in Miguel de Cervantes’s retelling of Don Quixote and his quest. This epic and poignant journey celebrates the perseverance of one man who refuses to relinquish his ideals and who is determined to see life not as it is, but as it ought to be. The winner of five Tony Awards®, including Best Musical, and featuring a soaring score, including “Man of La Mancha (I, Don Quixote)” and one of theatre’s most beloved songs, “The Impossible Dream,” this classic musical celebrates the power of theatre, the bravery of holding strong to our dreams, and the resilience of imagination.

Asolo Repertory Theatre

[SOON]  DANCE: Sarasota Ballet: Program 6 - La Sylphide , March 24 – March 25

The Sarasota Ballet is excited to announce the Company’s 2022 – 2023 Season. Over seven programs, The Sarasota Ballet will perform 15 works by some of the most celebrated and prestigious choreographers and composers of the ballet world. Program 6 - La Sylphide. March 24-25, 2023. At the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall. La Sylphide (Company Premiere) Choreography by Johan Kobborg after August Bournonville, Music by Herman Severin Lovenskiold. For more information visit www.sarasotaballet.org, Box office 941.359.0099

Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall , 777 N Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34236

[SOON]  THEATER: Asolo Rep: Incident at Our Lady of Perpetual Help , March 15 – April 22, Varied

Take a trip back to 1973 with the Irish Catholic OShea family in the uproarious INCIDENT AT OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP. This boisterous and moving new memory play introduces us to young Linda, as she recalls a week she’ll never forget. When Linda’s mother instructs her to tell her sister about the birds and the bees, things quickly snowball into a potential crisis after the conversation is overheard by the parish priest. Secrets are unintentionally revealed, and a quick-witted group of women realize what really matters as they work to protect their family reputation and each other. This wild and tender comedy directed by Asolo Rep Associate Artistic Director Celine Rosenthal explores the foolishness of first love, the pains of Catholic guilt, and ultimately, the power of family.  

Asolo Repertory Theatre

[SOON]  : The Players Centre: Godspell , March 9 – March 19, Varied

Book by John Michael Tebelak. Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. Godspell touches on the parables and wisdom that grapple with maybe the most important mystery of all. It was the first major musical theatre offering from three-time Grammy and Academy Award winner, Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin, Children of Eden), and took the world by storm led by the international hit, “Day by Day.” Godspell features a parade of beloved songs, including “Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord,” “Learn Your Lessons Well,” “All for the Best,” “All Good Gifts,” “Turn Back, O Man” and “By My Side.” March 9-19, 2023. For tickets visit theplayers.org, Ph. 941-365-2494, email BoxOffice@ThePlayers.org

The Players Centre For Performing Arts, Performance Venue & Box Office The Crossings at Siesta Key 3501 South Tamiami Trail, Suite 1130 Sarasota, FL 34239

[SOON]  DANCE: Sarasota Ballet: Program 5 - Dance Theatre of Harlem , February 24 – February 27

The Sarasota Ballet is excited to announce the Company’s 2022 – 2023 Season. Over seven programs, The Sarasota Ballet will perform 15 works by some of the most celebrated and prestigious choreographers and composers of the ballet world. Program 5 - Dance Theatre of Harlem. February 24-27, 2023 at FSU Center for the Performing Arts. The Sarasota Ballet Presents: Dance Theatre of Harlem. For more information visit www.sarasotaballet.org, Box office 941.359.0099

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Thunder by the Bay Music & Motorcycle Festival , February 17 – February 19

The 25th Annual Thunder By The Bay Music & Motorcycle Festival. The iconic three-day Festival, organized by and benefitting Suncoast Charities for Children, is scheduled for February 17-19 at the Sarasota Fairgrounds. Continuous live music will be featured throughout the weekend, and attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets for outdoor seating in front of the stage. The Festival plans to feature over 100 vendors, a 17-class bike show, a motorcycle stereo sound off competition, motorcycle freestyle demonstrations, a tented full bar area with seating, a “little riders” kid zone, a food court, “Thunder Alley” inside Robarts Arena and so much more!  For tickets, vendor information, sponsorship opportunities, and a complete listing of all Festival events visit: THUNDERBYTHEBAY.ORG | (941) 487-7904. 

Sarasota Fairgrounds

[SOON]  GALLERY: Elements by Cheryl Moody to be Featured at Art Uptown Gallery in February , January 27 – February 23

From January 27, 2023 to February 23, Art Uptown Gallery will exhibit Elements by Cheryl Moody. Cheryl loves being outdoors and painting subjects in oils that spark her interest, whether it's the way light filters through leaves, reflects on water, creates patterns of color in the landscape, or how palm fronds twist in the wind. Cheryl enjoys hearing from people saying they could “ feel the wind blowing” or “smell the salt air,” and knowing that they have been transported to her special places. Meet the artist at the gallery on Saturday, January 28 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and at the monthly First Friday, 6 p.m. public reception on February 3. Art Uptown Gallery welcomes patrons and friends at 1367 Main Street daily where the diverse art works of regional, award-winning artists are exhibited. Telephone 941-955-5409 or visit www.artuptown.com for hours and further information.

[SOON]  GALA: Art Bash 2022: Immersive Nature at Sarasota Art Museum , December 10, 6 pm

Sarasota Art Museum’s first annual Art Bash will start with cocktails, canapés and entertainment on the front lawn, followed by a seated dinner, auction, music and dancing. Galleries will be open throughout the evening. Art Bash proceeds support SAM’s world-class exhibitions and educational programming featuring new work by local, national, and international artists – allowing us to serve as an inspiration and resource for members of our community and visitors from around the globe.

Sarasota Art Museum, 1001 South Tamiami Trail, Sarasota.

[SOON]  FILM: Sarasota Film Society: Movies For Heroes , September 13 – December 13, Varied

Sarasota Film Society is proud to present "Movies For Heroes", a year long Salute to our Military. Active, Non-Active, Retired Personnel & their family are welcomed to join us once a month at 11am at Burns Court & Lakewood Ranch Cinemas starting in January of 2022 for a year of free movie screenings. 10% of the concession sales from these screenings will go to Wounded Warrior Project. Space is limited, reserve your tickets today. Location Burns Court Cinemas 506 Burns Court Sarasota, FL 34236.

506 Burns Court Sarasota, FL 34236

[SOON]  BUSINESS: The Bazaar on Apricot & Lime: Limelight Market , April 23 – December 17, 10am-3pm

Every 3rd Saturday from 10-3 The Bazaar on Apricot & Lime opens their outdoor space for guest vendors, dog rescues, and live music. Check out the 40 local creators and curators inside The Bazaar every Thursday - Saturday. Enjoy a delicious lunch and support local. Free, until you buy something amazing! 

[SOON]  : The Ringling - A Decade of Collecting , October 22 – January 22, Varied

A Decade of Collecting brings together a survey of artworks acquired for the permanent collection over the past eleven years. As the State Art Museum of Florida and a division of Florida State University, The Ringling’s collections are constantly expanding to provide our state and local community with access to current contemporary works in all media and thoughtful additions to our historic collections. Though the core of the collection has always been the works acquired by John and Mable Ringling, the museum’s holdings have been expanding ever since the State of Florida took full possession of the bequest in 1946. In the early years, these additions were mainly in pre-1800 European art and circus-related material, but over the second half of the 20th century, directors and curators also began acquiring works by modern and contemporary artists. A Decade of Collecting presents a unique snapshot of how The Ringling’s collection continues to evolve, allowing us to tell new stories of the past, present, and future. Visit ringling.org to plan your visit.

Museum of Art Searing Galleries

[SOON]  MUSEUM: Holiday Splendor: Toys for Tots DEC 1, 8+15 , December 1 – December 15, 5:00 - 8:00 PM

Celebrate the holiday season and help support the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots, serving Sarasota and Manatee counties. Local schools will provide musical entertainment on the Bolger Campiello. Food and beverage will be available for purchase. All venues will be open for self-touring, including the Museum of Art, Ca' d'Zan, and the Circus Museum. Admission to this event is free with one unwrapped toy per person. Regular admission will apply without a toy donation. $15 Adult / $5 Child. Guests are encouraged to shop in the Museum Store, which has a large selection of toys under $20. Please enter through the Visitors Pavilion.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Farmers' Market at Lakewood Ranch , January 2 – December 25, 10am-2pm

The Farmers’ Market at Lakewood Ranch is home to more than 90 curated vendors of the region’s best food and flavors, located at Waterside Place in Lakewood Ranch. It takes place every Sunday from 10am to 2pm at Waterside Place. It’s your weekend destination for organic produce, meat, poultry, seafood, bread, pasta, juices and prepared foods. Stay up to date on vendors and events by visiting TheMarketLWR.com.

[SOON]  GALLERY: Marie Selby Botanical Gardens - The Orchid Show 2022 , October 15 – December 4, 10am-5pm

EXHIBITION: The Orchid Show 2022, October 15 – December 4, 10 AM – 5 PM Marie Selby Botanical Gardens showcases the beauty and diversity of orchids in “The Orchid Show 2022: Capturing the Perfect Shot.” This immersive, photography-themed exhibition features innovative horticultural vignettes with hundreds of orchids in flower in the Tropical Conservatory and large-format photos of rare orchids from the Gardens’ own collection in the Museum of Botany & the Arts. On view through December 4 at Selby Gardens’ Downtown Sarasota campus. For more information, visit selby.org. Marie Selby Botanical Gardens Downtown Sarasota campus1534 Mound Street, Sarasota, FL 34236 Historic Spanish Point campus401 North Tamiami Trail, Osprey, FL 34229 TEL 941.210.0874

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens , 1534 Mound Street, Sarasota, FL 34236

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Asolo Repertory Theatre: Cabaret , November 16 – December 31, Varied

Willkommen to Kander and Ebb’s iconic CABARET, which transports us to 1939 Berlin and the dynamic and pleasure-filled Kit Kat Klub. As a dark shadow falls over the city and the power of the Third Reich begins to mount, the Klub’s performers and patrons must decide if they’ll wake up to the evil on their doorsteps or continue to escape to the alluring fantasy world of the cabaret. Since its debut in 1967, this classic musical has won countless awards, including the Tony Awards® for Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Revival of a Musical. Packed with vibrant and beloved songs like “Willkommen,” “Maybe This Time,” “Money,” “Don’t Tell Mama,” and, of course, “Cabaret,” this timely masterwork will burst to life on stage under the direction of Broadway and Asolo Rep favorite Josh Rhodes. 

Asolo Repertory Theatre

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Free Concert Series and Block Party at Lakewood Ranch , December 2, 6:00-9:00 PM

Music on Main is a free concert series and block party with local food vendors, beer trucks, sponsor booths, and games and activities for the kids (presented by Grace Community Church). Proceeds from the event will benefit a different local non-profit organization each month. It’s a ton of fun, plus it’s all for a good cause! Juicy Purple will fill the air with R’n’B, soul and dance music; the deejay will keep you dancing with today’s Top 100 hits; and the event will benefit Southeastern Guide Dogs. 8100 Lakewood Main St.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota Presents Classical, Classical with a Contemporary Twist, and Genre-Defying Acoustic Concerts in December , December 6 – December 15

Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota will present three concerts in December: Double Feature with violinists Blake Pouliot – performing the Southeastern premiere of Derrick Skye’s “god of the gaps” – and Simone Porter on December 6 at the Sarasota Opera House; The 442s, a genre-defying St. Louis-based acoustic quintet, on December 13 at the Historic Asolo Theater; and Vision Duo, featuring award-winning musicians Ariel Horowitz, violin, and Britton-René Collins, marimba, on December 15 at the Sarasota Yacht Club. For more information and tickets, visit ArtistSeriesConcerts.org or call (941) 306-1202.

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