Sarasota Music Club will host their 2021-2022 concerts on the stage in the Fellowship Hall at First Presbyterian Church of Sarasota. Originally formed in 1930 as an offshoot of the Women’s Club, the club’s earlier locations included what is now Florida Studio Theatre.
Free Friday Morning Concerts
Sarasota Music Club’s 2021-2022 season starts with a performance by Jane Hoffmann, flute, and Donald Bryn, piano, of “Broadway Show Tunes” on October 15. The Afternoon Delight Quartet will perform on November 19, and a December 15 program by Julia Dadekian, vocals, and Constance Bulawka, is titled “Together for the Holidays.”
On January 21, Michael Treni, jazz trombone, and Al Dominguez, piano, will play “Music of Broadway & Tin-Pan Alley.” Lyric coloratura soprano Anne Tormela will perform “Beloved Opera, Operetta, Broadway & Popular Classics” on February 18, and on March 18, Alan Wasserman, classical piano, will offer audiences a program titled “Upsetting the Classical Tradition: Beethoven and the Next 100 Years.”
The season ends with a Suncoast Music Scholarships 2022 Winners Concert, co-sponsored by the organization’s partner in the scholarship program, Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota.
Sarasota Music Club concerts will continue to be offered on Friday mornings beginning at 10:30 a.m. All programs are free and open to the public. Socially distanced seating will be provided and masks are required. For more information, call 941.925.3602.
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