The man behind "Whole Lot of Shakin' Going On," "Great Balls of Fire" and other classics performs on Sunday, Jan. 27.
John Fischer will retire from the Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota in 2019 after serving as the organization’s managing director for 17 years.
Including Black Friday brunch and a Thanksgiving cruise.
The duo will be performing at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Sarasota Opera recently hired Lana Mullen.
The third annual music festival takes place Sunday, Oct. 7.
Sarasota's Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall recently hired Stephen Baker, Thomas Gravelle and Natasha Herrera.
Music Behind Bars
“A lot of inmates believed they benefited from the performances and look forward to more opportunities," says Sarasota corrections treatment specialist Sandra Goluch.
The Parrish-based band released their second single, "Resolution," earlier this month.
Key Chorale recently hired Jennifer Williams.
The Perlman Music Program/Suncoast recently hired Kurt Rachwitz.
Since last summer, The Reserve has hosted an "Open Mic" night every Friday that features a wide range of local talent.
The Sarasota radio station WSRQ is changing its programming from talk radio to music beginning at 5 p.m. Friday, June 29.
Key Chorale artistic director Joseph Caulkins will expand his role to manage the symphonic chorus' business and administrative functions.
Made in SRQ
What better way to compliment that Stradivarius you've got laying around?
Farris is better known by his stage name, YB.
Strictly von Schmidt
If you’ve loved folk music from the 1960s on, you probably owe a debt to Eric von Schmidt.
With the release of "Doppelgänger," local musician Lesa Silvermore is going places (literally).
The organization brings together scholars, performers and students dedicated to studying, preserving, teaching and creating American music.
Wine, music and more at a Punta Gorda fest.