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Circus Arts Conservatory Opens Season on December 26

Tickets are on sale now for Sailor Circus Academy's "Let It Snow," and the lineup for all 2022 CAC shows awaits!

Presented by Circus Arts Conservatory December 7, 2021

The Circus Arts Conservatory, the nation's only nonprofit organization that combines professional circus performances, youth circus training, and outreach programming, is preparing for another great season of Circus Sarasota and Sailor Circus Academy performances. Tickets for the upcoming season are now on sale.

The shows in the 2021–2022 performance season include:

Sailor Circus Academy presents their annual holiday show December 26–30, 2021.

Image: Cliff Roles

Sailor Circus Academy presents their annual holiday show, this year titled “Let It Snow,” which runs December 26–30, 2021. This all-new show shines the spotlight on daring youth circus artists as they perform breathtaking aerial acts, lightning-quick acrobatics, and so much more! The show takes place at the Sailor Circus Arena, and tickets are $20–$35.

Comic daredevil Bello Nock features in Circus Sarasota 2022 performances February 11–March 6, 2022.

Circus Sarasota 2022 performances are set for February 11–March 6, 2022, under the Ulla Searing Big Top in its new location on Nathan Benderson Park’s Regatta Island, near the finish tower. This year’s show features comic daredevil Bello Nock and an amazing cast of circus artists, many of whom have been on America’s Got Talent. Tickets are $20–$60, with the first 10 shows discounted 20% thanks to support from WWSB ABC 7.

Cirque des Voix brings together The Key Chorale, the Cirque Orchestra, and dazzling circus acts.

Image: Cliff Roles

Cirque des Voix®: Circus of the Voices, produced in partnership with The Key Chorale, presents “The Next Decade of Wonder” March 18–20, 2022, under the Ulla Searing Big Top in its new location on Nathan Benderson Park’s Regatta Island, near the finish tower. Hear live singing by the more than 100 voices of The Key Chorale with live music by the 40-piece Cirque Orchestra while watching thrilling circus artistry. Tickets are $30–$60.

“We are thrilled to return to a full season of circus performances this year," said Jennifer Mitchell, Circus Arts Conservatory Executive VP/COO. "From world-class circus artists to partnerships with The Key Chorale and our impressive Sailor Circus Academy students, we are looking forward to a great year of inspiration and connection for families to experience."

The CAC—one of the original members of the #SafeArtsSarasota initiative—has continued stringent COVID mitigation protocols to keep patrons, artists, students, staff, and volunteers safe. For more information on what The CAC is doing to keep you safe, visit their website, CircusArts.org.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit CircusArts.org, or call the Box Office at 941-355-9805.

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