Get ready for a mesmerizing experience that will leave you spellbound! Steve Kramer, one of the world’s most renowned cellists and award-winning entertainers, is bringing his “Bach to the Future” concert series to Sarasota on April 29, and you won’t want to miss it. Steve will be presenting his string quartet ensemble “Rachmaninoff String Quartet” at the Selby Public Library in Sarasota. The event is free for all ages.
Steve Kramer’s talent and experience are second to none. He has collaborated with some of the most prominent artists and musicians in the world, including Yehudi Menuhin, The Three Tenors, The Who, Sir Andrew Lloyd Weber, Elaine Paige, Sarah Brightman, Il Volo, Michael Rogers, Marco Beltrami, Ivars Silis, and Tom Lawton. He is also known for his passion for postmodern composers of international caliber, advocating for their work and introducing their music to audiences worldwide.
Steve Kramer’s performances are not just limited to music halls and concert venues; he has also performed in a variety of unconventional spaces, including museums, art galleries, and even hospitals. His unique approach to music and his ability to connect with audiences of all ages and backgrounds have made him one of the most sought-after performers of our time.
If you have never had the opportunity to experience the beauty and power of classical music live, then you owe it to yourself to attend Steve Kramer’s upcoming concert. Not only will you be treated to a world-class performance, but you will also have the chance to witness a true master at work.
And the best part? This event is completely free! So mark your calendars, gather your friends and family, and come witness the magic of Steve Kramer and his “Bach to the Future” concert series. You won’t regret it! RSVP to this event and see more details on Facebook.