- Saturday January 19, 2013
- Mildred Sainer Pavilion, 5313 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota
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- New College of Florida
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New Music New College Dreamwork Performance by pianist Marilyn Lerner Reserve online at donate.ncf.edu/events or call 941-487-4888 Widely recorded and internationally renowned, Marilyn Lerner’s work speaks to improvisation, not just as an approach to music making, but as a way of life, a mode of being that is accessible to all of us in our daily lives. Her groundbreaking recordings have garnered much recognition, including her two solo recordings Luminance and Romanian Fantasy, and Special Angel with Sonny Greenwich. Her intimate knowledge of the piano, combined with a fearless experimental and passionate spirit, render her a true original. Lerner’s work spans the worlds of jazz, creative improvisation, klezmer and 20th century classical music. She composes for film, theatre, radio and television. She is also an audio artist and has created a series of soundscapes using samples of sounds she collects in the natural environment.
Black Tie & Tales
Countdown to Men Who Cook; Night of Hope kickoff party; Giving children a voice; and Tidbits
Alleged drunk driver kills pedestrian
Sarasota Police responded to the report of a traffic fatality at the intersection of Irving Street and U.S. 41 before 12:45 a.m. Wednesday.
Shelter site could become available
The city has identified a possible alternate staging area for a deep-injection well project, which would free up a potential homeless shelter site on city property.
PHOTO GALLERY: Dreams Are Free Food Truck Rally
Dreams Are Free held its inaugural Food Truck Rally Wednesday, April 16. Families from both Dreams Are Free and St. Martha’s Catholic School celebrated the beginning of spring break with hot food from food trucks. The luncheon was a fundraiser for the school for students with special needs. “All of our families were able to join together,” says Dreams Are Free Principal Rebecca Shields. “This was really a community builder as well as a fundraiser.”