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Watermark’s Third Thursday Social is always a great time but this month’s will be even better with the double whammy of a beautiful location and amazing music.  Taking place at […]

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The Central Florida Sounds of Freedom Marching Band & Color Guard, Orlando’s LGBTA band and color guard, announced last week that it is seeking a new volunteer Artistic Director to […]

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Central Florida might be better known for its pop-music heritage but that doesn’t mean our other genres suffer.  For over three-quarters of a century the Bach Festival Society of Winter […]

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While most of the attention has been on SeaWorld Orlando’s Bands, Brew & BBQ over in Tampa Busch Gardens just launched their own version of the event this past weekend.  […]

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You don’t need to travel to Bath, England to see the fashion through the decades.  On January 10 the Art & History Museums- Maitland (A&H) are hosting their first Culture […]

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As 2013 wraps up its time to look ahead at 2014 and what a year it will be!  One of the biggest news stories of 2014 will be the grand […]

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In 2012 The Creative City Project turned all downtown Orlando into a month-long art museum with a different arts organization presenting each day.  This year Creative City Project packs an […]

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We told you about Marc Broussard’s free concert as part of Full Sail University’s Hall of Fame Week celebration this past February.  A recording of that special evening will be […]

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Orlando Philharmonic’s Madama Butterfly Features Virtual Opera Sets Directed by former Orlando Opera Director Robert Swedberg, the Philharmonic’s April 5 & 7 productions will feature projected sets and scenery Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra […]

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RAW: Orlando launched their RAWards Semi-Finals competition at The Abbey. 30 local nominees were narrowed down to 9 top artists in their relative categories and now go on to represent […]

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Thought this was super cool – more soon ! 13 Full Sail University students from the Computer Animation and Game Art degree programs joined forces to create this unique 6×6.25′ […]

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With performers who have worked On- and Off-Broadway, at Carnegie Hall, toured nationally and internationally, and who have attended some of the most prestigious schools in the nation, the lineup is sure to impress.

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Orlando Philharmonic’s Rigoletto Will Feature Performers from New York’s Metropolitan Opera! Presented in collaboration with Florida Opera Theatre Directed by Frank McClain. Conducted by Joel Revzen Cast: Rigoletto (played by Mark Walters): the hunchbacked court jester, […]

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Florida Music Festival wants you to vote and bands too are reaching out to fans - Look at this dramatic/desperate plea from Ratham Stone: Help us out and “like” our […]

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Sharing this invite with you to support HOPE !             Spend Christmas with the Stars – a benefit concert being held at St Luke’s Lutheran […]

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I’m Adam Lipinski, an Orlando based songwriter that also fronts local band Ratham Stone. I love everything about music and enjoy collaborating with new people. You can follow me on […]

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Here’s our weekly round up of videos uploaded in the past week…apparently we’ve got a musical theme going this time around! Lee DeWyze at the Blue Martini The Goo Goo […]

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We saw this posted on the Enzian Theater’s Facebook page, so we had to share! We love it… opera sprung upon unsuspecting patrons at Eden Bar… hahahahaaa! I had heard […]

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Today Governor Charlie Crist led a successful effort to clear legendary frontman Jim Morrison (of The Doors) of indecent exposure here in Florida, posthumously, of course.  Morrison was born in […]

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Special Olympics of Florida teamed up with Ron Jon Surf Shop to create the first surf competition for Special Olympics athletes. The state championships were at Cocoa Beach on October […]

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