The Festival Beat

Three years ago, Miloš Karadaglić was at the pinnacle of his career
By Paul Richardson

It was about to all come crashing down...

What do Cirque du Soleil, Reese Witherspoon, and Harry Potter have in common?
By Paul E. Richardson

What do Cirque du Soleil, Reese Witherspoon, and Harry Potter have in common? Troupe Vertigo, of course!

The Eroica Trio is a Force of Nature
By Paul E. Richardson

Somethings are just Fate, like peanut butter and chocolate, dogs and tennis balls, and, well, the ensemble that was meant to become The Eroica Trio.

Festival Boca Outreach

Behind the scenes of the 13th Annual Festival of the Arts Boca in March, artists from the Russian National Orchestra and Bolshoi Ballet led master class sessions for over 100 high school students.

Season 13 is Almost Over
By Joanna Marie Kaye

We had planned several blog posts during the festival, but there were so many things going on that we didn't have time to stop and write about them!

Next Wave Holds Happy Hour Mixer
By Olivia Hollaus

Festival Boca's Next Wave held a happy hour mixer "in concert" with the Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce’s Pulse Group.

"These are not the worst of times"
By Festival Boca

There are not many historians whose profile as a public intellectual is as prominent as Doris Kearns Goodwin. Surely not many historians have had a cameo on The Simpsons. And while she has a great sense of humor about the attention she gets, she is dead serious about what her research into presidential lives can tell us now. 

"A Constitutional Feast every week..."
By Festival Boca

At a time when the media is awash in discussions of impeachment, emoluments and other complex constitutional issues, Jeffrey Rosen seems to be on every TV producer’s speed dial.

When Good News is Not So Good
By Festival Boca

“For the first time in recorded history,” says Thomas Bollyky, “parasites, viruses, bacteria, and other infectious diseases are not the leading cause of death and disability in any region of the world.” But the news is not all good...

"Sympathetic Reverberations"
By Festival Boca

Robert Pinsky – arguably America’s greatest living poet – has dedicated his career to identifying and invigorating poetry’s place in the world.

Air Force One Calling
By Festival Boca

In July 2017, after President Donald Trump met with Russian President Vladimir Putin, he picked up the phone in Air Force One and called David Sanger, the Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times national security correspondent.
 

"Equity is in the Heart"
By Festival Boca

Long before she served as health minister of Rwanda (2011-2016), Agnes Binagwaho tried to lock a fellow pediatrician in a hospital room. Dr. Agnes had spotted the doctor in an exam room with a mother who was cradling her sick daughter. The doctor was asleep.

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