Palm Beach Symphony & Zero Empty Spaces Create Performing And Visual Arts Mash Up

In a wonderous mash-up of visual and undertaking arts, Palm Seashore Symphony and Zero Empty Areas will present Musical Masterpieces, a assortment of 38 artworks incorporating musical devices designed by extra than two dozen local artists. Pursuing the exhibition, the operates will be auctioned to profit the two non-profit companies.

“Partnership and collaboration are amongst our main concepts, and we are thrilled to sign up for forces with Zero Empty Spaces for the initial time,” reported Palm Beach CEO David McClymont. “Each and every yr the Symphony gets, rehabs and donates devices to underserved students or college tunes systems in Palm Seashore County. These extraordinarily gifted nearby artists have taken devices that could not be repaired and developed imaginative and inspiring will work of artwork.”

The artists, who used violins, violas, cellos, clarinets, guitars and instrument instances as their new media, are Melissa Mastrangelo (Boynton Beach front) Scott Jeffries, Patricia Lappin and Marianela Perez (Delray Beach) Iael Nuchovich (Juno Beach) Arielle Charis (Jupiter) Lupe Lawrence (Lake Park) Bonnie Bruner, Nicole Galluccio and Sandra LULA Gover (Lake Truly worth) Kitty Burri, Gretchen Cocuzza, Sea Edwards, Paul Giurguis and Linda Zerpolo (Palm Seaside Gardens) Cynthia Simmons (Palm Springs) Faith Schwack (Singer Island) Kathleen Ross (Tequesta) Andrew Holliman (Wellington) Cocoa Bowden, Anthony Burks, Jamal Clarke, Remarkable-J, Dorian Frith, Kyle Lucks, Monica Meerworth and Cassandra Nordenbrock (West Palm Seaside).

The Musical Masterpieces exhibition curated by Burks and Schwack is on exhibit Sept. 6 via Nov.10 at Zero Vacant Areas Functioning Art Studio in Palm Beach front Gardens. A choice of performs will also be displayed in the foyer of the Kravis Centre for the Executing Arts on Sunday, November 7 for the exciting opening of the Palm Beach Symphony 2021-22 Year at 3 p.m. that day, featuring guest pianist Hélène Grimaud and a system of Schumann, Tchaikovsky and a business premiere by Valerie Coleman.

All the pieces can be seen and bid upon on line at https://www.palmbeachsymphony.org/musical-masterpieces. Bidding is open up now and will close at 11 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 10. Regional profitable bidders can decide on up their artwork at a champagne reception held at Zero Empty Spaces on Friday, November 12.

“Our mission at Zero Vacant Spaces is to develop the appreciation of all genres of artwork to make a flourishing cultural local community,” stated Andrew Martineau, Zero Vacant Spaces co-founder and managing partner. “The musical instruments present a special canvas to our artists, and the auction will benefit our artists as properly as guidance Palm Beach front Symphony.”

Zero Empty Areas Performing Artwork Studio at 11300 Legacy Avenue, Suite 140 in Palm Beach Gardens is open each day from 1-5 p.m. and by appointment by contacting Faith Schwack (561) 662-7916 or Anthony Burks (561) 727-9173.

Tickets for the Nov. 7 live performance are $25-95 and are available on the internet at PalmBeachSymphony.org by telephone at (561) 281-0145 or by going to the Palm Beach front Symphony Box Office, Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The Kravis Heart for the Performing Arts is located at 701 Okeechobee Blvd in West Palm Seaside.