Guitarist Robert Phillips and the Orange Blossom Dances

Composers of contemporary classical music gravitate toward musicians who are receptive to new repertory. Often, the musicians most receptive to newly composed works are those who play instruments that don’t themselves have big catalogues of canonic pieces dating back hundreds of years. For example, one Read More …

How I Learned to Love the Koger Center

Design aficionados embrace mid-century modern like a new puppy, with midmod clubs and tours in cities all over the nation. Orlandoans have obediently enthused over our own postwar residential relics, lovingly wiping off the accumulation of terra cotta barrel tiles and fiberglass Corinthian columns like Read More …

Maureen Hudas, An Artist Emerges

Anyone living in Orlando can feel the exponential rate of growth that is occurring around us. Skyrise apartments, new arenas, lakefront dining popping up across the city provide seemingly endless opportunities for spending leisure time and money. The rapid urban growth in Orlando has had Read More …