The Sarasota Orchestra Association will present its first Symphony of Kitchens, a two-day tour of eight kitchens in the Sarasota area. The kitchens will be open for visitors to tour Feb. 15 and Feb. 16, and will feature local celebrity chefs whipping up goodies for guests (visit soassociation.org for times).
The SOA has held home tours over the past 38 years, however this is the first time that it has focused on just the kitchens. Showcasing area kitchens seemed like a natural choice because they are truly the heart of the home.
Proceeds of the Symphony of Kitchens will benefit the Sarasota Orchestra and its Youth Orchestra program.
Diversions showcases four of the eight kitchens featured on the Symphony of Kitchens tour.
Octet! Homes on the Symphony of Kitchens tour:
1. 9096 Misty Creek Drive, Sarasota – designed by David Asher, Eurotech Cabinetry
2. 15408 Linn Park Terrace, Lakewood Ranch – designed by Lisa Frisch, Manasota Flooring
3. 7314 Mayfair Court, University Park – designed by Anne Folsom Smith
4. 229 N, Washington Drive, St. Armands Key – designed by Eurotech Cabinetry
8214 Regents Court, University Park – designed by Rob and Margaret Cook, Cook’s Design Studio
9617 18th Avenue Circle, Bradenton — designed by Derek Barnes
3206 Founders Club Drive, Sarasota — designed by London Bay Homes
13663 Legends Bay, Lakewood Ranch — designed by Anne Folsom Smith
If you go
When: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 15 and Saturday, Feb. 16
Cost: Pre-sale tickets are $25 or $30 at all the homes the days of the event.
Info: For tickets or more information, visit www.soassociation.org.
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