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Artists’ Series: Lunch and Learn

May 16 at 12:00 pm - 1:00 PM
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May 16 | 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.

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

About the Presenter:

Central Florida Vocal Arts is a non-profit music advocacy organization dedicated to providing the highest quality training to young artists, while also providing performance opportunities to currently emerging artists of all ages. We are creating a continuing life cycle for the vocal arts in Central Florida through a three-step model. The first step, Education and Training, introduces young artists to the arts. Through our educational initiatives, we develop students’ talent, passion, and confidence.  Next, our Mainstage Productions provide a transition period for students ages 8-18 and pre-professional adults to emerge on stage alongside local professional artists.  Our life cycle culminates with Opera del Sol, offering innovative productions in unexpected places and challenging perceptions of who the operatic performer and audience members are and what defines the genre as a whole.

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