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.
Get Into the Groove
"Bands don't go to Florida very often, but it's actually a great place to build a fanbase because of that. Audiences are a little more appreciative of people coming."
This week's roundup of great grub gatherings.
Off the Clock
Architect Jerry Sparkman taps into his musical side on the dobro.
Our top 24 picks (in no particular order) in drama, dance, musicals, opera, art—and more
The Perlman Music Program/Suncoast recently welcomed four new members to its Board of Trustees.
We asked Wilson about the 50th anniversary of Pet Sounds and his career.
The event is intended to offer local musicians important information about the business aspect of music.
Good Graeff's "I Want That" was handpicked by actress Lena Dunham for inclusion in Girls' season finale.
The perfect Florida playlist for your listening pleasure.
My New Hometown
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band singer John McEuen recently moved to a five-acre spread on the Manatee River from Manhattan.
In addition to an all-star lineup of musicians, photographer Joseph A. Rosen will be selling and signing copies of his new book, Blues Hands.
Your guide to Sarasota arts and entertainment.
The all-day music fest Giving Hunger the Blues returns to Southside Village on November 8.