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By Rebecca Casamayor, Florida Grand Opera Florida Grand Opera’s (FGO) in-school educational programs allow students to engage in the art of the opera without having to leave the classroom.  This past Wednesday, May 22, the company’s head of costuming, Camilla Haith, visited Richmond Heights Middle School to talk to students about the importance of subjects […]

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Margarita Cabrera burst onto the contemporary art scene a few years ago at Art Basel Miami Beach when she showed a crazy life size VW Bug made out of vinyl (see image below). It was an instant sensation. Cabrera was recently a resident at the Knight Foundation-funded McColl Center for Visual Art in Charlotte, NC where […]

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By Arsht Center Staff Most local dancers who wanted a career in the arts once had to leave Miami for New York to pursue their dreams. That changed when Peter London, a former principal dancer with Martha Graham and Jose Limon Dance companies, decided to create Peter London Global Dance Company. Now gifted dancers from […]

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Charlotte’s grassroots art scene hit the stage Sunday as the  documentary “BUSK! – The Heart of Street Performance”  premiered at McGlohon Theater. The 42-minute film was released for free to raise awareness of the benefits of grassroots art can have on a city. Watch it above and share with fellow arts enthusiasts.  

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TU Dance May 2013 update

Published on May 21, 2013 by in St. Paul

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By Abdo Sayegh Rodriguez, TU Dance Center TU Dance is getting ready for the closing of its ninth season at The O’Shaughnessy, May 31- June 2, in Saint Paul, MN.  Two new works by Uri Sands: A triptych of duets titled No Middle Name, and Escapades– an adventurous full-company work exploring themes of vice and […]

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By Anna Lin, Minnesota Opera In appreciation for five decades of generous community support, Minnesota Opera presents three free outdoor concert performances of Puccini’s La bohème as an encore to its 50th anniversary season. These family-friendly events feature the Minnesota Opera Orchestra and Chorus and a cast of opera’s most beloved characters performing the heartwarming […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer Seraphic Fire has just launched a CD and, like the group’s previous Grammy-nominated recording, it’s a winner. The new album brings together some of the hits performed by the Miami-based group as it continues to achieve success at home and abroad. The result is a winning combination, a […]

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By Laura Bruney, Arts & Business Council  The Arts & Business Council recently invited Robyn Perlman, Principal with Core Strategies for Non-Profit s to have a conversation with our board about corporate sponsorship. She started by discussing how corporations make donations.  There are several ways corporations give back to the community. They give money, but […]

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By Kelly Belich, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra The SPCO returned to the stage on May 9 – 11 for the first time after a lengthy contract dispute. With multiple standing ovations, the musicians performed Mozart’s much-loved overture to The Marriage of Figaro, Schumann’s stunning Cello Concerto with guest cellist Steven Isserlis, Schoenberg’s Ten Early Waltzes, […]

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By Sue Arrowsmith, Miami Dade College Miami Dade College’s (MDC) MDC Live Arts is pleased to announce Live Arts Lab, a professional development laboratory for local working artists. Acclaimed dancer and choreographer Nora Chipaumire, who was first introduced to South Florida audiences last year during MDC Live Arts’ 2011 – 12 season, will lead the […]

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