Open Sunday, March 28

Two new exhibitions – Blurring Boundaries: The Women of American Abstract Artists, 1936-Present and Making a Mark: American Women Artists – expand art historical narratives by celebrating the work of women artists from the early 20th century to the present.

Also on display – Rodin: Truth Form Life / Selections from the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Collections, Magritte: Reflections of Another World – Paintings from the Van Parys Family, Subject Matters: Selections from the Permanent Collection, Florida Contemporary and Louise Nevelson.

·     Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm

·     Sunday noon-4pm

·     Outdoor Sculpture Tours: Thursdays, 10am

·     Museum Docent Tours: Sundays, 11am and Wednesdays, 10am

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The Baker Museum Lecture—Why Women Artists?

Rangsook Yoon, lecturer

In conjunction with Blurring Boundaries and Making a Mark, Director of Curatorial Affairs Rangsook Yoon, Ph.D., presents Why Women Artists?, a virtual lecture which provides an overview of the two shows while also examining the importance of making a space for women-centric narratives in museums. Rangsook further offers her insights into her favorite works in the two exhibitions and shares unique perspectives from which works of divergent styles and media on display could be appreciated.

Friday, April 2, 10am

This lecture will be presented virtually using an online video platform

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Jack’s Broadway Favorites

Jack Everly returns for a program with the Naples Philharmonic featuring some of your favorite music from beloved Broadway shows including Annie Get Your Gun, Chicago, Flower Drum Song and The Phantom of the Opera.

Friday, April 2 · 8pm*

Saturday, April 3 · 2pm and 8pm*

Hayes Hall and Norris Garden

*The Friday and Saturday evening performances will include a live simulcast in Norris Garden.

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Ehnes Plays Mendelssohn

Friday-Saturday, April 9-10 · 8pm

Hayes Hall

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Jersey Boys and Girls

A musical extravaganza honoring the iconic artists from the Garden State: Frank Sinatra, Bruce Springsteen, Frankie Valli, Whitney Houston, Dionne Warwick, Lesley Gore and more. Expect such hits as Fly Me To The Moon, My Eyes Adored You, That’s Life!, They Can’t Take That Away From Me, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, I Will Always Love You and more.

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Friday, March 26 · 8pm

Hayes Hall

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The Hit Men

An Artis—Naples favorite, The Hit Men return for a special new concert in socially distanced Hayes Hall. Featuring the real musicians who performed with legendary artists including Foreigner, Journey, Styx, The Hooters, Steely Dan, Cheap Trick, The Rascals, Alan Parsons, 3 Dog Night, Cream, Grand Funk and The Who, The Hit Men perform some of your favorite classic hits from the 1970s through the 1980s — authentic rock and roll live on stage.

Monday-Tuesday, April 5-6 · 5:30pm and 8:30pm

Hayes Hall

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Coming Up—

·     March 26 and March 29: Rick Harris lecture, Hooray for Hollywood: Handsome Hunks and Romantic Heroes

·     March 28: Naples Philharmonic Sypert Salon Series: Haydn and Reicha

·     March 31: All That Jazz with Special Guest Russell Gunn

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·     April 15: Jodie DeSalvo Piano Talks: Favorites of the 1950s and 1960s

·     April 18: Naples Philharmonic Sypert Salon Series: Spohr and Mozart

·     April 25: Wang Chamber Music Series: Good or Evil