Orlando piano lady par excellence Carol Stein makes her first return to Blue Bamboo all year


  • Photo courtesy of Carol Stein
  • Carol Stein
When the headliner of a 2016 Timucua concert was a no-show, I watched local piano lady Carol Stein agree to take the stage — without any notice, at a show she had only planned to attend as a spectator — and completely bring down a house full of people who had devoted their evening to seeing someone else.

It was an impromptu marvel that nutshelled the pure joy of watching a consummate piano performer like Stein deliver music as entertainment and not just art.
On Friday, Dec. 18, at 8 p.m., she makes her first return to the Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts this entire year.

The venue has safety protocols in place like limited capacity, mask requirements, distanced tables and a new UV system in their HVAC.

Tickets are $25 and are still available. 

Remember: If you go out, respect everyone’s distance, for all our sakes.

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