Bob Lappin & The Palm Beach Pops

801 Northpoint Pkwy. #9, West Palm Beach
Tel: 561-832-7677
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As Florida’s premier orchestra, Bob Lappin & The Palm Beach Pops are devoted to preserving and performing the music of the Great American Songbook. From Gershwin to Goodman…Tin Pan Alley to Broadway…Judy Garland to Frank Sinatra…the Palm Beach Pops perform your favorites like no one else can!

Flagler Museum

1 Whitehall Way, Palm Beach
Tel: 561-655-2833
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The Flagler Museum is the former home of Henry Morrison Flagler. Flagler’s Florida East Coast Railway and luxury hotels linked Florida’s east coast, establishing Palm Beach completed in 1902, is open to the public as the Flagler Museum and is a National Historic Landmark.

Gavlak Gallery

340 Royal Poinciana Way #307, Palm Beach
Tel: 561-833-0583
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The gallery showcases the work of primary international emerging and established artists including Jose Alvarez, Lisa Anne Auerbach, Bettina Bruning, Carolyn Carr, Todd Eberle, and Elif Uras. Gavlak artists range in media from painting, collage, video and installation.

John H Surovek Gallery

349 Worth Ave. #8 Via Parigi, Palm Beach
Tel: 561-832-0422
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The John H. Surovek Gallery has specialized in American paintings, drawings, watercolors and prints of the 19th and 20th centuries for over 30 years.

Ballet Palm Beach

10357 Ironwood Rd., Palm Beach Gardens
Tel: 561-630-8235
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The professional ballet company of Palm Beach County, Ballet Palm Beach produces classics, original full-length ballet, and contemporary and neoclassical works. In addition to main stage shows, BPB aims to inspire its community through numerous outreach programs.

Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

4000 Morikami Park Rd., Delray Beach
Tel: 561-459-0233
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The Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens is the only destination in the southeastern United States dedicated to the living culture of Japan. Visitors come to walk the almost mile-long path through the Roji-En gardens, admire Japanese artwork, sample cuisine at The Cornell Cafe and enjoy signature festivals.

Norton Museum of Art

1450 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach
Tel: 561-832-5196
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The Norton Museum of Art is one of the Southeast’s premier art museums known for the quality of its extensive collections, traveling special exhibitions and innovative educational programming.

Palm Beach Chamber Music Festival

239 Cornell Dr., Lake Worth
Tel: 561-547-1070
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The Palm Beach Chamber Music Festival is comprised of musicians from South Florida musical organizations and offers three concerts during the last three weekends of July. Friday evening at Palm Beach Atlantic University, Saturday evenings at the Palm Beach Community College’s Eissey Campus Theatre and Sunday afternoons at Old School Square.

Palm Beach Dramaworks

201 Clematis St., West Palm Beach
Tel: 561-514-4042
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Guided since 2000 by the strong artistic vision of its founding members and with the support of its dedicated board of directors, this award-winning professional theatre company is committed to presenting seldom-produced, timeless, classic and contemporary plays that enhance the quality of life through that transformative power of live theatre.

Palm Beach Opera

1800 S. Australian Ave. #301, West Palm Beach
Tel: 561-833-7888
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Since 1961, Palm Beach Opera has produced world-class opera as well as community and educational programming in Palm Beach County. The Opera’s season runs from December to April with an opening concert, three fully staged operas and a vocal competition.

Palm Beach Symphony

400 Hibiscus St. #100, West Palm Beach
Tel: 561-655-2657
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The Palm Beach Symphony society, Inc is a professional musical organization whose mission is to preserve the cultural heritage of Palm Beach in the fields of music and the other performing arts.

Kravis Center

701 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach
Tel: 561-832-7469
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The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the performing Arts is a multipurpose performing arts center with a 2,200-seat concert hall, a 300-seat “black box” theater and an outdoor amphitheater.

Society of the Four Arts

100 Four Arts Plaza, Palm Beach
Tel: 561-655-7226
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The Society of the Four Arts is an architectural landmark and cultural center with a museum and auditorium for concerts, films and speaker programs, offered from November to mid-April. The library and children’s library are open to the public throughout the year.

Taglialatella Galleries

313½ Worth Ave., Palm Beach
Tel: 561-833-4700
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Located in Via Bice, Tagliatella Galleries of New York and Paris offers a premier selection of contemporary and modern art featuring works in all media by Appel, Arman, Basquiat, Calder, Christo, Pine, Fracis, Haring, Katz, Koons, Lichtenstein, Longo, Miro, Picasso, Rauschenberg, Rivers, Warhol, Wesselmann, and Young.

Liman Studio Gallery

139 N. County Rd. # 1, Palm Beach
Tel: 561-659-7050
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Featuring fine art by established and emerging artists, Liman Gallery’s mission is to give artists an outlet and to provide collectors and designers with high-quality art at reasonable prices in two galleries. Just a short walk north from the Breakers Hotel and Royal Poinciana Way.

Wally Findlay Galleries

165 Worth Ave., Palm Beach
Tel: 561-655-2090
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Celebrating their 140th anniversary as one of America’s foremost art galleries, Wally Findlay Galleries is world-renowned for their distinguished and highly recognizable stable of contemporary artists.