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By Kira Obolensky, Ten Thousand Things It’s day two of the polar vortex, which as I understand it is kind of an upside down weather system. The cold that’s supposed to be in polar regions has inverted itself and instead is freezing us. In any case,  the church basement where Ten Thousand Things usually rehearses […]

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Shira Lee Abergel was awarded a $50,000 Knight Arts Challenge grant to “entertain audiences unconventionally by reimagining the medicine shows of old in a wooden wagon that travels and transforms into a theatrical playing space.” The Miami New Times takes a closer look at the grantee this month. Read below for an excerpt from the […]

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By Sheila Stieglitz, Miami-Dade County Parks Poignant, humorous and edgy works that focus on local stories define the Deering Estate at Cutler’s Theatre Lab Project’s premiere performance of the 2nd annual South Florida “One-Minute Play Festival” (#1MPF).  The two-day grand opening celebration on Saturday, January 25th at 8:00 pm and Sunday, January 26th at 3:00 […]

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By Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia Cross-posted from Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia This past summer we put out a call for artists to design bike racks for significant public places around Philadelphia. We held a contest, partnering with the City of Philadelphia’s Office of Arts, Culture, and the Creative Economy and made possible by […]

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 By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer “Ah, music!… From the very first note it penetrates the soul. We are no longer of this world!” sighs Alice Herz-Sommer, a pianist who at age 110 is the world’s oldest Holocaust survivor and, literally, the soul of the outstanding documentary Refuge in Music, by Dorothee Binding and […]

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Getting Inside the Music

Published on January 11, 2014 by in Miami

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By Hilary Saunders, New World Symphony In late December, the New World Symphony brought a MTA train to Miami Beach. Sounds of train doors opening and clanking closed, winter boots thudding along the metal grates, and buskers performing underground flew through the 167 individually customizable speakers in the Miami Beach SoundScape. So, at least it […]

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By Jackie Rivera, The Project [theatre] At just past the one year mark of being awarded with the challenge of matching the generous $25,000 from The Knight Foundation’s Knight Arts Challenge we stand humbled by our successes and grateful to the foundation for allowing us the funds to grow and achieve the progress in storytelling […]

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By Erica Hawthorne, Campus Philly Campus Philly held their Annual Meeting on Thursday, December 5 at WHYY in Philadelphia, where 240 stakeholders gathered to learn about the organization’s focus and progress on accelerating internships and connecting Philadelphia college students to community.  The meeting highlighted Campus Philly’s newest connector initiative: Open Arts, a program that builds […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer People who still insist that Miami is synonymous with no-culture will have to change their tune. It may never be Paris, London or New York – and why should it? – but the compass is slowly moving in a direction that is hard to ignore. This multifaceted town […]

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By Sarah Hricko, DANCECleveland Each year, DANCECleveland makes sure to bring the best of the best to Akron, OH for not only a fantastic performance, but a week long residency for The University of Akron’s dance students. The booking process starts long before the curtain opens. This year, DANCECleveland snatched up BalletX to perform at E.J. […]

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