Volume 3 No. 8 |February 26, 2021
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In This Issue

Ballet Vero Beach Opens a Composer's Notebook
Pan-Playing Student Cameron Pantano
DIY in the Elliott's Garage
Band Concerts at VBHS
Michael Tougias for MC Library System
Treasure Coast Youth Symphony Virtual Workshop
Treasure Coast Community Singers
Art Auction for Center for Spiritual Care
Tropic of Stupid Giveaway - Tim Dorsey

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Lee G. Smith on plein air painting; Marty Paris on upcoming LIVE! From Vero Beach concerts.
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We have a giveaway! If you haven't met Florida author Tim Dorsey and his zany band of characters yet, this is your chance to jump in. Serge and Coleman are at it again in Tropic of Stupid.
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NOTE: New for Riverside Theatre's Live in the Loop and Comedy Zone Experience: Now you can reserve where you want to sit in The Loop for our Outdoor Concerts.

We are operating with limited capacity to keep our staff and patrons safe. 
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For those who thought they'd missed the Garden Club of Indian River County's 2020 ornament: Rejoice! A note came from the club today to let Arts Blast readers know there are still a few — very few — ornaments available at Zeran Jewelers in Vero Beach.
Open a Vivaldi Notebook with Ballet Vero Beach
Flexibility is the byword at Ballet Vero Beach, in more than one way. The obvious way is the enviable fluidity of movement in every performance. Not quite so obvious is the behind-the-curtain ability to bend with the winds of circumstance — in recent times, the bluster of Covid.

Artistic Director and CEO Adam Schnell, in a typical year in the past, would plan the next season five to six months out. With the growth of the company, however, that was no longer the best option. “So,” Schnell said, “when the pandemic hit, I sat down and did a 5 year plan for BVB.” Here comes the flexibility factor: “The beauty of working this way is not (only) that we know exactly what we are doing for the next five years, but that we have five years worth of programming that can move around and change as needed. Also, as one season ends, I will add one to the end of the 5 year plan, so we will always have 5 years to look at.”
A silver-lining kind of guy, Schnell and Ballet Vero Beach handled Covid brilliantly. “Honestly, we have been VERY lucky. Aside from not being able to do Nutcracker in the theater and trimming two shorter works off the upcoming April program to focus on Sleeping Princess, we have executed our season as planned.” Easy-peasy, right? Anyone who followed the evolution of Nutcracker knows just how un-easy-peasy this season has been.

This weekend brings the second program of the 2021 season, Composer’s Notebook: The Music of Antonio Vivaldi. Schnell said it was always a goal to offer both a Composer’s Notebook and a Choreographer’s Notebook. “It just gets the audiences more in depth into either the music or the dance. Personally, I feel Vivaldi is often shrugged off or underrated and yet I have always been drawn to his work.” Schnell hopes that in two years he'll have all BVB programs “(aside from Nutcracker) being ‘Choreographer's Notebook’ programs and feature works by various choreographers that have truly shaped the BVB aesthetic.”
When he wears his choreographer’s hat, Schnell likes to tuck away secret “Easter eggs” in the performances, but said they aren’t as secret as we might think. “Sometimes I just want to show how a musical phrase repeats or resolves, and sometimes it is about breaking apart a phrase of movement for the audience to have an ‘Ah ha!’ moment when it all comes back together. If I don't elicit a raised eyebrow, a chuckle, a knowing grin, or simply a comforting sigh, I don't think I am doing my job.” 
Schnell plans not only performances but breaks between programs. Two days off after a show is typical but then it’s right back to rehearsals, he said. “It is actually harder for dancers to take time off because you really have to keep your physicality at a certain level to perform. Breaks mean rebuilding that.”

This program offers three performances Friday and Saturday, plus one accessible performance Sunday, all at the Vero Beach High School Performing Arts Center. Tickets are available for in-person and at-home viewing. Student Rush will be available for live performances this weekend, Schnell said. High school, graduate, and post-graduate students with valid ID can purchase any seat for $10 with a limit of two tickets per ID. See the guest services team starting one hour before any of the shows this weekend.

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Katherine Epperink and Anders Southerland in Two Trumpets - credit Joe Semkow; a young Adam Schnell with Matthew Lovegood - credit Jim Williams
Young Musician Cameron Pantano
Always attracted to the sound of pan, a few Saturday mornings ago I joined a group of masked, socially distanced, music-loving shoppers at the Oceanside Farmers Market in Vero Beach to enjoy the Caribbean flavors of 15-year-old Cameron Pantano’s steel drum music. Fittingly, he was set up near the booth offering Bahamian treats.

As many youngsters do, Pantano got started in music with piano lessons in elementary school. By 5th grade, he was in the symphonic band and drum line. Now, as a sophomore at John Carroll Catholic High School, Pantano is seriously into the steel drum. A few years ago, he discovered his school's steel drum ensemble, where he learned to play the six bass drums, “composed of six 55-gallon oil cans, tuned to play specific notes." 

At the beginning of this school year, he added the tenor pan, the one that usually carries the melody in pan music. His mother, Elizabeth, said he had asked for one for Christmas and has taught himself. “He plays the bass drum in the drum line, the keyboard in the jazz band, the six bass in the steel drum band and percussion in the symphonic band, all at John Carroll!” And he still plays piano. 
Pantano credits his mentors for his interest and success. “ I think my most influential teacher is my band teacher, Mr. (Steve) Gabin … . He’s pushed me to expand my musical abilities.” Tess Whelan, his piano teacher, “has played an equally large role in my music career.” In addition to piano, she “also thought me the music theory and chord structures necessary for me to play the piano in a jazz band,” something that carried over to the tenor steel drum. Pantano said his favorite piece to play is Banana Wind, and for listening, it’s “definitely Bohemian Rhapsody.” Favorite musicians are Jimmy Buffett, David Bowie, and Queen.

Other interests play a role in Pantano’s life. He’s in the preliminary stages of his Eagle Project with the Boy Scouts and last summer learned to surf and earned his dive certification.

The young musician has already begun building memories. “One of my more memorable stories was my first time playing my steel drum in public. Over Christmas break, my family and I went down to the Keys, and I got the opportunity to play at a restaurant there. Initially, I was very nervous, but I played very well. Everyone in the crowd loved it.”
DIY at Elliott Museum's Garage
What an interesting idea for tinkerers! This came in from the Elliott Museum a few days ago. Car-loving Arts Blast readers already know about the Elliott's great vehicle collection, car shows, and fun car events, but how about this?
Temperatures will be rising soon on the Treasure Coast and if you're one who works on your own vehicle, you know how hot it can get in a garage. But now you don't have to sweat it! The Elliott Museum is opening up its garages to the local car community for those who like to work on their own classic car, truck or motorcycle ... or perhaps just hang out with other motorheads.

Not only will you get to work in air-conditioned comfort, you'll have access to four post lifts, floor jacks, jack stands, and metric and standard tools. We also have oil collection containers along with car wash, interior cleaning and detailing products. We also have a pressure cleaner for the really big jobs, an industrial air compressor, and a battery charger. The museum will even provide refreshments! Donations are accepted.

"This is a great opportunity to work in a well-equipped garage with all of the conveniences of vehicle maintenance," said HSMC Car Curator Jim Ferrare. "I know there are people who have cars here — in particular snow birds — and nowhere to work on them. This solves that problem for them."

To make an appointment or for more information, contact Ferrare at 305-878-7795 or email him at jferrare@hsms-fl.com.
Coming to Riverside Theatre for Kids in March

Riverside Theatre for Kids presents Legally Blonde JR at Vero Beach Outlets

On Saturday March 27 at 11:30am and 2pm, the students of Riverside Theatre's education program will present the show Legally Blonde JR at the Vero Beach Outlets. Based on the award-winning Broadway musical and the smash hit motion picture, this staged concert version of Legally Blonde The Musical JR. is a fabulously fun journey of self-empowerment and expanding horizons. The show's instantly recognizable songs are filled with humor, wit, and sass — leaving cast members and audiences alike seeing pink! No tickets are required as these are free outdoor shows being performed as part of Riverside's partnership with the Outlets in accordance with Covid-19 safe protocols - chairs will be provided and masks are required.
Treasure Coast Community Singers in Action

Doug Jewett, director of all choirs under the TCCS umbrella, is keeping his singers busy and invites Arts Blast readers to join in.

From Treasure Coast Community Singers:

TCCS is rehearsing on Monday evenings at Trinity United Methodist Church on Savannah Road in Jensen Beach. The Chamber Singers begin at 6 pm and are working on Rossini's Stabat Mater. The Community Choir begins at 7 pm and is working on various anthems about music and being back together. Both rehearsals are in person and on zoom. Literally, one can be anywhere in the world and join in on our rehearsals. To register and receive the pdf copies and mp3 files go to www.tccsingers. org. 

The Youth Chorus has continued to rehearse and perform throughout the COVID pandemic. Rehearsals are on Thursday afternoon 4:30 - 5:30 at Covenant Fellowship Church in Stuart. Any interested 1st-7th graders who are interested may register at www.tccsingers.org and join in-person rehearsals. 
Volunteers Needed for Under the Oaks
Volunteers are needed for Under the Oaks 2021. Shifts are open for mornings and afternoons on all three days of the show, March 12-14. For more information or to volunteer, contact Soozie Schuble at 772-562-3107, or email dschu30113@aol.com 
Treasure Coast Youth Symphony Spring Workshop
The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony Spring 2021 workshop is going virtual this year, moderated and instructed by Dr. Lindsey Reymore in conjunction with TCYS conductors Thomas Servinsky, Dr. John Enyart, and Benjamin Enyart

The course is open to all serious amateur musicians who play in large ensembles or would like to play in large ensembles in the future. For example, saxophonists who primarily play in wind ensembles/band, would also gain from the workshop curriculum.

Dates are March 8 through April 26. A Zoom link will be provided after paid registration, $75. Full details are on the website, along with registration information.
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A Re-Imagined Miami Film Festival

One of Miami's stellar events for almost four decades has been the Miami Film Festival. In 2021, it's going strong, but with a twist. From the website:
The 2019 Miami Film Festival attracted approximately 45,000+ people and 300 filmmakers, producers, talent and industry professionals from around the world. In all, the Festival presented more than 170 feature narratives, documentaries and short films of all genres, from more than 40 different countries. Though the 2020 Festival ended prematurely after six days due to COVID-19 concerns, 80% of the programmed films were able to be screened and all jury prizes were awarded remotely. Highlights of the 2020 Festival included the Mercado de Cine Frances y Europeo, which brought together over 40 buyers and sellers from Europe and Latin America; numerous World and International Premieres; and Marquee Conversations with Oscar Winner Juan Jose Campanella and internationally renowned directors Stella Meghie, Joe Talbot, and Lulu Wang, among others.
The Festival has had the privilege of hosting a noted group of filmmakers and talent over its four decades, including Pedro Almodóvar, Abel Ferrara, Spike Lee, Andy Garcia, Patricia Clarkson and many more.
Artist Kate Russum
Auctions Paintings to Benefit Center for Spiritual Care
Russum gifts the joy she gets from her art to others. In this case, it's an online auction for the Center for Spiritual Care.

Russum calls her auction on BetterWorld.com Art from the Heart.  Every dollar from a successful bid will go directly to the Center, she said. The auction will be online until March 17. 
Michael Tougias Presents: Above & Beyond: JFK and the Florida U-2 Pilots During the Cuban Missile Crisis

Saturday, Feb. 27 at 6:00 p.m.
(Virtual Event)
In this multimedia presentation based on his book Above & Beyond, New York Times bestselling author Michael J. Tougias first chronicles the thirteen harrowing days of the Cuban Missile Crisis and then outlines the steps President Kennedy made to reach a decision on a course of action. Special emphasis is given to the heroes of the crisis: the U-2 pilots who flew from Orlando to Cuba to secure the photographic proof that the Soviets were installing nuclear missiles on the island.

View this event via Zoom. Registration required

This free Chautauqua South event is sponsored by The Friends of the Martin County Library System, Inc.
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Indian River County

Thursdays through March 25 - Lenten Organ and Poetry Series at Community Church of Vero Beach. Free, in person and online

Through May 2 - Poetry of Nature at Vero Beach Museum of Art.

​Feb. 26 - Derek Gores Paper Goods at Gallery 14
Feb. 26 - Jill Tuax and Miguel Bonachea concert at Community Church of Vero Beach.
Feb. 26-27, - Composer’s Notebook: The Music of Antonio Vivaldi - Ballet Vero Beach
Feb. 26-27 - Live in the Loop and the Comedy Zone Experience at Riverside Theatre
Feb. 27 - Nature Connects Celebration Saturday at McKee Botanical Garden
Feb. 27 - Sebastian River Art Club's Arts and Crafts by the River at Riverview Park, Sebastian
Feb. 28 - Symphonic Dances -  Space Coast Symphony Orchestra at Vero Beach High School PAC
Feb.28 - Accessible Series - Composer’s Notebook - Ballet Vero Beach
Feb. 28, - Vero Beach Art Club’s Art in the Park

March 1- Doris Kearns Goodwin at VBMA Onsite and online
​March 4Silver Tones Virtual concert, Spring is Here
March 4 - Virtual discussion series @ ELC
March 5 - First Friday Gallery Stroll
Marc 5-29 - Xaque Gruber @Center for Spiritual Care
March 5-6 - Live in the Loop and the Comedy Zone Experience @ Riverside Theatre
March 6 - 7 Women Artists @San Telmo's shop in The Village Square, Sebastian.
March 6, 2 p.m. - Auditions @VB Theatre Guild
​March 6 - Once Upon an Orchestra - SCSO for kids @McKee Botanical Garden
Brevard County

Through Feb. 27 - Robot Love V at Foosaner Art Museum
Through Feb. 27 - Open for Interpretation - Jenkins,Decator & Desrosiers at Fifth Avenue Art Gallery, MLB
Through April 30The Aquarium Art Walk entries on display throughout Brevard County.
Through March 7 - Once On This Island weekends at The Henegar, Melbourne

Feb. 25-27 - North Brevard Art League sponsors Florals and Landscapes workshop with Janet Rogers
Feb. 26 - Sax and Art Under the Stars -Balibar Wines and Finds, Merritt Island - artist Phyllis Shipley
Feb. 27- Symphonic Dances -  Space Coast Symphony Orchestra at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy
Feb. 27 - Live stream begins for the Brevard Symphony Orchestra Heroic Beethoven concert recorded live Feb. 20.

March 1-27 - 100% Pure Florida juried exhibition at 5th Avenue Art Gallery
March 5- First Friday in Melbourne's Arts District.
March 5-21 - Communicating Doors at Surfside Playhouse
March 6 - Opening reception for Phyllis Shipley's Inner Vision - Upside Gallery, MLB
No. Palm Beach County

Through Feb. 28 - Delray Beach Memories at Delray Beach Historical Society
​EXTENDED! Through March 6 - Local Heroes Changing America: Citizens on Watch - Arts Warehouse, Delray Beach
Through Mar. 10 - Soul on Art: Ghosts of Africa at Lighthouse ArtCenter
Through March 13 - Karibu: A Celebration of Black Artists in Palm Beach County at PBC Cultural Council Galleries
Through Mar. 20 - Radical Jewelry Makeover at Lighthouse ArtCenter
Through March 28Virtual Charles and Jackson Pollock tour at The Society of the Four Arts
Through May 9 - María Berrío: Esperando mientras la noche florece (Waiting for the Night to Bloom) at Norton Museum of Art.
Through May 30 - Jose Alvarez (D.O.P.A.): The Krome Drawings at Norton Museum of Art.
Through May 30 - Art Finds a Way at Norton Museum of Art
Through May 30 - Boca Raton Museum of Art - Paul Gervais: Faces and Forms
Through June 13 - Celebrating the Norton: Eighty Years at Norton Museum of Art.
Through June 13 - Celebrating the Norton: Eighty Years at Norton Museum of Art.
Through Sept. 5 - Boca Raton Museum of Art - An Irresistible Urge toCreate: The Monroe Family Collection of Outsider Art

Feb. 25-26 - Boca Raton Museum of Art - Lucian Freud: A Self Portrait
Feb. 26 (available for 48 hours) - PSEG True Diversity Film Series presents Boss: The Black Experience in Business
March 2 - Art Salon: The Space Between - Kristen Thiele - Zoom - free - Armory Art Center
March 2 - Alto Madness: Charlie Parker Centennial Celebration. Kravis Center, Virtual
March 5 (available for 48 hours) - Funk Wizdom and Other Afrofuturistic Tales - Kravis Center. Virtual
March 7 - Americas, with Bill Murray - at The Society of the Four Arts
Martin County

Through Feb. 27 - Martin Artisans Guild's Feb. Exhibit
Through March 13 - Clyde Butcher: America's Everglades at Court House Cultural Center Galleries
Through May 31 - The Lure of Florida Fishing at the Elliott Museum.

Feb. 27, 6 p.m. -  Michael Tougias @ Blake Library - Virtual event
Feb. 27- Tween Tie-Dye @ Hobe Sound Library. Pre-register.
Feb. 27-28 - Downtown Stuart Art Festival - Osceola Street. Masks mandatory.
March 2 - Cultural Conversations - Arts Council of MC - Free, virtual
March 4 - Bookmania - Recorded Simon & Schuster Online Book Club
March 4  Carrie Sue Ayvar Presents: Petticoat Doctor of the Everglades Blake Library - Virtual
March 5 - First Friday Art Walk - Creek District, Stuart 
​March 6-7Martin Artisans Guild's 5th annual Martin County Open Studio Tour.  Self-guided tour, 30 artists in 21 studios. Free
March 7 - Virtual- Traditional Japanese Music from Morikami - Pre-register
St. Lucie County

Through Feb. 28 - SLC Art Alliance MLK exhibit at Roger E. Poltras Admin Annex
Through March 7 - Right of Way: The Highwaymen at Backus Museum
Through March 14 - Port St. Lucie Arts Leaguepslartsleague.org Member Art Exhibition at MIDFLORIDA Event Center Gallery,
Through March 17 - Sara Pinkerton, guest artist - Seriously Mixed Media Gallery

Feb. 27 - Richie Minervini in the Comedy Corner at Sunrise Theatre 
March 4 -Jive Talkin': A tribute to the Bee Gees at Sunrise Theatre
March 5- H2O Music of Hall & Oates Project at Sunrise Theatre
Beyond the Treasure Coast

Through Feb. 27 - Forgotten Florida: Teen Photo Contest at Immokalee Pioneer Museum.
Through Feb. 27 - Indomitable: The Life & Art of Camille Brock Baumgartner at Museum of the Everglades.
Through March 5 - Staying Connected - Open All Media Juried Exhibition at Art Center Sarasota. Viewable via virtual docent tours & online
Through March 14 - Color Riot! How Color Changed Navajo Textiles at Museum of Fine Art St. Pete
Through March 27 - Skin Deep: Contrasts in Seminole Culture at Collier Museum at Government Center
Through April 16 - Requiem for Steam: The Railroad Photography of David Plowden at Naples Depot Museum.
Through April 22 - Twice monthly - Stories of a Sportsmen's Paradise: A Florida Folk Art Experience at Museum of the Everglades. colliermuseums.com
Through April 19 - Forgotten Florida: Photos from the Farm Security Administration at Immokalee Pioneer Museum.
Monthly, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. - History on the Go! at Naples Depot Museum
Monthly, 4:30 p.m. - Railroding's Finest Hour: Walking Through History at the Naples Depot Museum
Monthly, 4:30 p.m. - Railroding's Finest Hour: Walking Through History at the Naples Depot Museum

Feb. 26 - Music Unites Carillon Concert at Bok Tower Gardens
​Feb. 27-28 - Siesta Key Craft Festival

March 3 - Virtual event - Superfoods From Your Garden at Bok Tower Gardens
March 5-6 - Masquerade 2021 - Frost Opera Theater performance
March 6 - Spring in for Uncasked at Bok Tower Gardens
March 7 - Picnic in the Park at Henry B. Plant Museum
March 7 - Spring Bloom Brunch at Bok Tower Garden
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