Sarasota Orchestra Performs Outdoor Pops Concert at Ed Smith Stadium, for Orioles’ “Arts in the Ballpark” Series, Saturday, May 10, 2014 at 7 p.m.

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Sarasota Orchestra Performs Outdoor Pops Concert at Ed Smith Stadium


Performance is Part of the Orioles’ “Arts in the Ballpark” Series


Who: Sarasota Orchestra


What: Special Event: Spirit of America




The Sarasota Orchestra presents a family-friendly outdoor Pops concert at Ed Smith Stadium, in conjunction with the Orioles’ Arts in the Ballpark series.




Under the baton of Maestro Andrew Lane, the Orchestra will perform family favorites including Colors of the Wind from Pocahontas and popular John Williams works such as Star Wars and Bernstein’s West Side Story.




Additional concert highlights include the performance of guest artist Molly Cherryholmes; a five time Grammy nominated violinist, vocalist and songwriter. She started her career touring with the bluegrass band Cherryholmes.




The concert will conclude with a fireworks display.




When: Saturday, May 10, 2014 at 7 p.m.




Where: Ed Smith Stadium




How:Student tickets from $5, adult tickets starting at $15Please call the box office at (941) 953-3434, or visit to purchase tickets.




Images Attached:


  • Attached is a photo of guest artist Molly Cherryholmes, and Ed Smith Stadium.
  • Additional high resolution photography is available on the Sarasota Orchestra media page




About ‘Arts in the Ballpark’:


The Orioles are hosting “Arts in the Ballpark,” a series of arts and entertainment events for the public at Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota. With free and low-cost offerings featuring family-friendly concerts, hands-on activities, and even a holiday ice show, the series appeals to a wide range of tastes and interests.  More information is available at:




About the Sarasota Orchestra:


After completing an international search, in 2013, the Sarasota Orchestra announced the appointment of Anu Tali as the fifth Music Director in the Orchestra’s 65 year history.  Tali, a native of Estonia, will conduct Masterworks performances and serve as the Music Director for the organization.  Each year the 80-member Orchestra performs more than 100 classical, pops and family concerts, and thrives as the oldest continuing orchestra in the state of Florida.  For more information about the Sarasota Orchestra please visit Come as you are. Leave different. 




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