Art & Culture at Rollins

The Annie Russell Theatre

The longest continuously operating theater in Florida, Rollins’ historic Annie Russell Theatre, plays host throughout the year to an exciting slate of musicals and dramas that feature student and faculty performers.

Nurturing Theater's Next Generation

Rollins’ Annie Russell Theatre provides the Central Florida community with a unique opportunity to foster, shape, and celebrate the theatrical talent of tomorrow.

Rollins Museum of Art (RMA)

With one of the oldest and most distinguished permanent collections in Florida—including more than 5,000 works ranging from antiquity to the contemporary, RMA presents a stimulating year-round program of exhibitions, public talks, films, and educational programs.

Music at Rollins

From the third-oldest continuously operating Bach Festival to faculty concerts and student recitals, The Virginia S. and W.W. Nelson Department of Music at Rollins College provides the Central Florida community with culturally diverse musical performances. These showcase the range and depth of talent among students and faculty in performances ranging from orchestral classics, choral music, contemporary jazz, and world music.

The Bach Festival Society of Winter Park performing in the Knowles Chapel at Rollins College.

The Bach Festival Society of Winter Park

The third-oldest continuously operating Bach Festival in the United States and Central Florida’s oldest operating performing arts organization, this acclaimed choir and orchestra presents an annual two-week classical music festival, a choral masterworks series, and a full calendar of world-renown visiting artist performances.

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Christmas Vespers performance

Christmas Vespers

Christmas Vespers’ beautiful, candlelit services are a Rollins tradition with a rich history that stretches back to 1933. The annual event is one of Rollins College’s most beloved traditions.

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