Alumni of The Perlman Music Program perform classical music at The Ringling. Sponsored in part by Sarasota County Tourism Development Tax Revenues.
Bello Nock, the world-renowned, gravity-defying comedic daredevil with the unmistakable foot-high hair, returns to his hometown to engage audiences with his lovable personality, trademark humor and playful antics.
RIAF 2017 First Night: Gala Celebration in the West Courtyard of the Museum of Art featuring a performance of WANTED by eVenti Verticale.
From Zimbabwe comes Nobuntu, the acclaimed a cappella quintet with an inventive program of Zimbabwean folksongs, Afro Jazz, and Gospel.
On a mission to bring dance “where it does not belong,” Happy Hour features "two guys” – desperate to be popular – who crash an after-hours party only to be hilariously inept in their quest.
In a heart-warming and moving solo performance, Volker Gerling presents his intimate, yet broadly-revealing, “thumb cinema” of flipbook portraits of the people he photographed as he journeyed 3,500km by foot throughout his native Germany.
Forbidden to leave Iran, Soleimanpour distills the experience of a generation into a wild, utterly original play. A drama realized by actor and audience together.
The virtuosi of ensemblenewSRQ presents a provocative encounter with new music. Program One is The Space Around You: Musical Reflections in the Turrell Skyspace.
High overhead, two “wanted” men are on the run. Suspended before a mammoth video screen, they take us on an adventurous trip that teeters between the fictions of animation and the pseudo-reality of computer graphics in this exhilarating outdoor aerial spectacle from Italy.
Operatic in scope, "Ing an Die" weaves choreographic languages with symbolic imagery into a shape-shifting love story told amidst a pre-apocalyptic landscape. Choreographer James McGinn travels from Antwerp, Belgium, to present his work in his native Sarasota.