Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, a new performing art center, held a social hour fundraiser at. Cavanaugh's Wines (1215 Edgewater Dr, Orlando, Florida 32804). The proprietor offered everyone a free cup of wine to start out the evening. I found a table close to the stage and started drawing. Musicians Chris Cortez and Danny Jordan started out the evening. 1 t started to rain outside and it felt safe and comfortable to be sipping wine with several dozen patrons, and enjoy and the live music.
Robot Man definitely livened up the evening with their unique blend of music. I was in the midst of boxing up my life and moving to Winter Park. This evening was a reassuring reminder of why I needed that independence. The storm might be raging, but I could find peace of mind by documenting inspiring and creative performances. I usually do one sketch a day so I could keep the peace at home. This was my second and therefor a decadent sketch. I didn't think I would have time to finish it, but I took the chance anyway. It is time to take more chances and to stay longer at events like this to get the whole story. In this case, we all had to wait for the storm to pass.
The Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts (1905 Kentucky Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789) is now open and hosting performances and workshops regularly. Blue Bamboo Center for the arts is part venue, part recording studio, part art gallery. This unique new space offers live performances most evenings, state of the art recording equipment, and gallery space. They cater to jazz, classical, and world music, theater, dance, and spoken word.
Blue Bamboo has limited seating so they encourage guests to purchase tickets in advance. Most shows begin at 8PM and our doors open at 7. They offer drink service, including beer and wine, but no food. This is the hot teens new music hot spot in town. I hope to sketch there soon.