- Sunday March 17, 2013
- 5:00pm - 6:30pm
- 6135 Beechwood Ave, Sarasota, FL
- Group Hosting:
- Pine Shores Presbyterian Church
- Rick Holdsworth
- Contact Phone:
- 941-922-1597 x224
- Contact Email:
- Ticket Price:
Singing Tree is an acoustic duo playing folk music with a classical twist. This talented twosome is Ray Belanger, hammered dulcimer and Lloyd Goldstein, double bass. Singing Tree performs a wide variety of music from around the world employing traditional, classical and contemporary styles of arrangement and performance. Ray’s approach to the hammered dulcimer ranges from lyrical and melodic to energetic and exciting. Lloyd’s bass playing covers a wide range of styles, often employing the bow in a way that suggests the sound of a huge cello. Together they perform a unique and varied program that consistently leaves audiences surprised and elated with both the vibrant acoustic sound of their fine instruments and the originality and inventiveness of the arrangements.
PHOTO GALLERY : ODA Crossing the Mulch
Second graders at Out-of-Door Academy crossed the mulch Thursday, May 23 as a symbolic gesture of the lower level entering the higher-level building next year. Third graders crossed the mulch on Tuesday, May 21 but the second graders – next year’s third graders – will be the first second graders to cross the mulch and be in the new building. Out-of-Door Academy donated the left over food to the Salvation Army. Approximately 38 children played games and later crossed the courtyard as parents snapped photographs.
May 23: Daily Headlines Video
Today's Stories: New roundabouts planned for U.S. 41; Village crosswalk lighting receives green light; Pastry Art owner passes the cup; No laughing matter: Pam McCurdy
Sarasota Farmers Market sells raffle tickets for big prizes
The Sarasota Farmers Market is selling $10 raffle tickets through the end of June to collect funds for the market and to give market goers a chance to win a prize.
Key population grows by 1.04%
The latest Census data shows that Longboat Key's population grew slightly between 2011 and 2012.