The Festival Beat

Pictures from the Edge

Don Pettit is America's oldest actively serving astronaut. And one heckuva great photographer.

A Planet's Fate

Bill McKibben brings a very important voice to the study of our planet’s present and future, because all that he writes, all that he does, is grounded in hope.

The State of the World

It is pretty difficult not to look at our world today and pithily conclude that “it is a mess.” It would seem a time ripe for US leadership, yet it seems to be a time of “rejection of internationalism.”

How Opera Defeated Science

If this whole opera thing doesn’t work out, Larisa Martínez always has her bachelor’s degree (with high honors) in Environmental Sciences to fall back on. But let’s be clear, the opera thing is going very well.

Heavenly Dancing

While it is surely good for one’s own well-being to sing and dance regardless of whether anyone is watching, for those who make their living in the arts, the absence of audiences meant deep economic and spiritual hardship.

The Art of History

The Encyclopedia Britannica asserts that “Any attempt to arrive at a precise, all-encompassing definition of jazz is probably futile.” Replace the word jazz in that quote with the name Terence Blanchard and you have a statement that is no less true or beguiling.

A Voice of Experience

Admiral James Stavridis will share timely views and information about the current state of the world, based on many years spent in top leadership and NATO posts.

A Journalist at the Center

In a talk sponsored by Baptist Health, Sonia Shah brings insight and clarification to how environmental changes, often a result of human behavior, affect disease, and how migration – naturally and historically the focus of suspicion – may actually be our salvation.

When the Wolf Gets In

Bruce Feiler, the author of seven New York Times bestsellers, the presenter of two prime-time series on PBS, and the inspiration for the drama Council of Dads on NBC, has been thinking a lot about wolves of late.

An All Star Orchestral Event

When the Festival Boca team decided to go ahead with a virtual 2021 season, they knew they had to include Music Director Constantine Kitsopoulos and the Festival Orchestra, who have anchored the Festival’s programs over the last 15 years. But, in the age of social distancing and masking, that posed unusual challenges.

Nestor Torres Brings it to Festival Boca

The legendary Nestor Torres makes his Festival Boca debut on March 14 as Season 15's closing act. There could not be a more appropriate performer to close our 2021 season.

James Ehnes Comes to Festival Boca

At just 45, Ehnes has performed as a soloist with most of the world’s finest orchestras and conductors and has been called the greatest violinist of his generation. On March 7, he has is Festival Boca debut.

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