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Artists’ Series: Lunch and Learn

March 20 at 12:00 pm - 1:00 PM
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March 20 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

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Join us in 2024 for all-new conversations with some of Central Florida’s most talented performers and artists.

Join us in 2024 for all-new conversations with some of Central Florida’s most talented performers and artists. In our monthly Artists’ Series, presented by Central Florida Vocal Arts, you’ll enjoy a lunchtime performance from some of Central Florida’s top musicians and have the opportunity to learn about their process and passion. Bring your own lunch from home or pick up something from Nourish Coffee Bar + Kitchen on the way in.

Join us March 20 for a special performance from the multi-talented Bryan Hayes. Bryan takes popular songs of the past and present and performs them in a unique and enjoyable style that is sure to please listeners of any age. From the Beatles to Coldplay, or Sinatra to Sam Smith, Bryan performs anything with an artistic passion that sheds a new light on songs that everyone knows and loves.

This program is presented by Central Florida Vocal Arts and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.

About the Presenter: 

Bryan Hayes is a vocalist, songwriter, arranger and composer.

He’s a working artist with a background spanning many genres, including Classical, Jazz, Blues, Soul, R&B, Rock, Pop and more. He received his bachelor’s degrees from the University of North Florida in the studies of Classical voice and in Jazz Studies, primary instrument being voice.

He has performed and in countless concerts, major roles in numerous operas, oratorios and theatrical productions, and has toured with different groups in many different countries, including: the University of North Florida and University of British Columbia Opera ensembles in two separate productions in the Czech Republic; the University of North Florida Chorale 2010 tour of Italy; the St. John’s Cathedral Choir of Jacksonville 2014 tour of Westminster Abbey and Canterbury Cathedral; a contract with Carnival Cruise Lines; and numerous shows with the Orlando Philharmonic and Opera Orlando.

He has performed onstage with a number of noted artists and ensembles, including The Royal Symphony of England, Reggie Wooten, Coolio, Ben Folds and Andrea Bocelli.

In 2015 Bryan released his first album of original compositions entitled “This Is Me.” Bryan aspires to continue a career of performance and composition. He currently resides in Orlando, Florida.

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