Artist Series Concert.…celebrating 100 years of the Great American Songbook and including songs by Jerome Kern, Cole Porter, Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein, Jule Stein, Betty Comden and Adolph Green, Stephen Sondheim, Henry Mancini, Barry Manilow, Johnny Mercer, Alan and Marilyn Bergman,and more!
In this Gallery Performance, Violinist Todd Reynolds performs Moments of Inertia, R. Luke DuBois’ piece for amplified violin and video, as well as repertoire from Reynolds and Dubois’ 10+ years of collaborating.
Inuksuit – the Inuit word meaning “in the capacity of the human” – is an immersive musical work for “nine to ninety-nine percussionists” that will transform The Ringling’s Museum of Art Courtyard as it heightens our awareness of the sights and sounds that surround us on the Vernal Equinox.
Artist Series Concert. Over the past few years Alexander Schimpf has risen to prominence by impressively winning a series of competitions.
In this Gallery Performance, Bora Yoon and DuBois will perform ( (( PHONATION )) ), a live immersive audiovisual performance combining Yoon’s wide use of sound-making devices and voice with live camera-based projections by DuBois across the gallery walls.
Artist Series Concert. The music of Franz Lehár’s classic comes to life on stage with the countrymen of a wealthy widow scheming to keep her money in the principality by finding her “the right” husband. The operetta has enjoyed extraordinary international success since its 1905 premiere in Vienna.
Solos and duets from operas including Carmen, Baby Doe, La Boheme, The Pearl Fishers – with popular songs from My Fair Lady, Man of La Mancha, Aspects of Love, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and more…
Enjoy the Opening Night performance of your choice before gathering in The Ringling Courtyard for Bolero Sarasota, a choreographic event starring more than 50 area dancers in a celebratory tribute to our city – all climaxing with our annual fireworks display.
From the seeds of conflict comes an inspiring collaboration, as Bishara Haroni and Yaron Kohlberg, the preeminent pianists of their generation in their respective homelands – Palestine and Israel – bring “amal,” the Arabic word for hope – with a varied repertoire ranging from the baroque to the modern period.
With a theatrical sensibility of wit, style, and heart, Larry Keigwin presents an electrifying brand of contemporary choreography that engages the audience with the sheer unadulterated pleasure of dance. “… astonishing feats of dancing…a parcel of pure explosive energy...” – New York Times