Symphony Orchestra Concert

Harrison Symphony Orchestra performs their final concert of the season. Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10.

Spring Pops Concert

Lakeland Artisan Meshes Music and Masts! The FREE, Florida Philharmonia concert on May 2 at College Heights United Methodist Church in Lakeland, Florida, promises Pop’s-type musical selections—with a nautical twist of fun. The program includes Victory at Sea, Scarborough Fair, Russian Sailor’s Dance, Bugler’s Holiday—along with a silent auction for a museum quality, to-scale model […]

Lakeland Art Guild Member Show

Spring juried art show. Located in the main lobby at The Lakeland Center. Special Award Winners:  Jane Bryant – “The Savannah” – Oil George Lang – “Window Shopping”- Digitally Enhanced Photography Christopher Roll – “Balance” – Mixed Media Honorable Mentions: Larry Hamilton – “Abstract Blues” – Watercolor Barbara Moore Canning – “Mesa Majesty” – Silk […]

LAG Spring Exhibition

Lakeland Art Guild juried show hosted by the Florida Southern College Department of Art and Art History for over 30 years. Exhibit runs through June 9. Open 9am-4:30pm, weekdays.

Symphonic Jubilations

SYMPHONIC JUBILATIONS Thursday, April 27, 2017 – 7:30 p.m. (Pre-concert presentation at 7:00 p.m.) FSC Symphony Orchestra, Kira Omelchenko, conductor Branscomb Auditorium Heralding the end of the Festival of Fine Arts performance season, the FSC Symphony Orchestra presents a vibrant evening of symphonic music designed to showcase this mighty musical medium and its full range […]

Entrances and Connections

FSC DANCE: ENTRANCES AND CONNECTIONS Saturday, April 22, 2017 – 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 23, 2017 – 2:30 p.m. Erin LaSala, artistic director Branscomb Auditorium Just as the medium of movement is the language of dance, every choreographed entrance marks the beginning of a connection between audience members and dancers. Entrances and Connections features new […]

Go Gatsby for a Cause

Night at the Museum 7:00pm, Saturday, May 20, 2017 Explorations V Children’s Museum The Jazz Age. The Mad Decade. The Flapper Era. The Roaring Twenties. There are many names for this time period, but they all describe the same thing- FUN and lots of it- the real “Bee’s Knees.”  No writer describes this age of […]

FSC Marks Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th Birthday

It has been suggested that there are five American thinkers and inventors who have changed the way we live today: Thomas Jefferson, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Steve Jobs, and Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright (1867-1959) is generally regarded as one of the greatest architects of the modern era, and his innovations are part and parcel of […]

Cityscapes

CITYSCAPES BAND CONCERT Tuesday, April 18, 2017 – 7:30 p.m. FSC Symphony Band, Jo Jossim, conductor Branscomb Auditorium While architects create meaning through spatial “frozen” relationships of rhythm, proportion, and harmony, composers create meaning through the “fluid” interaction over time of these same elements. Using parallels and contrasts between architecture and music, FSC’s Symphony Band […]

The Rimers of Eldritch

THE RIMERS OF ELDRITCH April 6-9; 13-16, 2017 – 7:30 p.m. (Sundays at 2:30 p.m.) By Lanford Wilson Directed by Mary T. Albright Loca Lee Buckner Theatre An Off-Broadway success and winner of the Vernon Rice Award, this highly imaginative and affecting play is a portrait of Eldritch, a once-prosperous mining town in Missouri – […]

Polk Arts Alliance

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