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The Milwaukee Ballet will hold auditions for its summer intensives on Saturday, Jan. 22, at Saint Augustine Ballet, 1711 Lakeside Ave. No. 10, St. Augustine. more
The Fort Mose Jazz & Blues Series has announced updates to the lineup for the upcoming event, including the addition of New Orleans jazz-funk artist Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, which will perform Feb. 26. more
Plans are under way for the St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival, which will be held in March. more
Brady Wright, the teen author of “Hostage to Silence,” is planning a meet-and-greet and book-signing on Saturday, Jan. 29, at Peace of Heart Community, 14A South Roscoe Blvd., Ponte Vedra Beach. more
Bob Saget, who starred in the hit TV series “Full House” (1987-1995), died Sunday, Jan. 9, just hours after he appeared at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, where he performed his stand-up comedy act. more
The Florida Chamber Music Project will welcome pianist Hyunsoon Whang back on Jan. 16 to play Debussy’s Estampes and Faure’s Piano Quartet No. 1 in c minor. more
Guest conductor Matthew Halls returns to the Jacoby Symphony Hall stage this month and pianist Conrad Tao joins Courtney Lewis for a concert featuring the symphony’s new Steinway concert grand piano. more
Tina Henle is Butterfield Art Gallery’s first featured artist of 2022. more
Folk rock artist Steve Forbert is coming to the Blue Jay Listening Room on Friday, Jan. 8. more
The St. Augustine Art Association is assuming management of the longtime local art gallery and artists organization Art Galleries of St. Augustine to continue its operations, which includes art galleries, studios, museums and artists located in St. Augustine. more
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