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By Tara Keating, BalletX “Ms. Tara?”, one of the 4th grade dancers whispers into my ear. “I’ve been practicing my steps every night at home before I go to bed. Can I show you?” She proceeds to demonstrate the entire “Superstition” dance to Stevie Wonder that we’ve been working on all by herself, and she […]

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By Serlin Quah, ZERO1 ZERO1 is thrilled to announce the unveiling of BRING IT! 2014. This summer, through the support of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, we’re handing over the ZERO1 Garage to innovative performance artists who are pushing the boundaries of digital culture. We are combing our way through the proposals received […]

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This month we have a very special Big Night in Little Haiti. May is Haitian Heritage Month and we are very proud to feature rasin (roots) legends Boukman Eksperyans . They are one of the most successful and well traveled Haitian bands to date. The band arrived in Miami after a  14 hour drive from […]

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Civic leaders are getting behind the Fund for African American Art at the new Perez Art Museum Miami, joining an ambassadors group and raising more than $30,000 so far to enhance the museum’s permanent collection. The group also hopes to ultimately sponsor programming and an internship program. PAMM Board Members Barron Channer and Marilyn Holifield […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer It seldom happens, but when it does, you feel without a doubt that you are witnessing an exceptional event. You get the urge to stop time and call other friends and music lovers to come as soon as possible to share what is essentially incommunicable. If, in addition, […]

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By Alan Post, TU Dance 2014 marks the 10 year anniversary of TU Dance – a powerful and inspiring dance company located in Saint Paul, Minnesota. In celebration of this tremendous milestone, several events occurred throughout the community connecting back to TU Dance. This included a series of three open dance rehearsals for the public […]

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La Belle Isabel

Published on May 15, 2014 by in Miami

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer Although La belle Isabel could well be the title of a European film, this article is about the beautiful Isabel Leonard, who, as her last name suggests, is also a young lioness of the opera world. At 32, Isabel is as elusive as she is unclassifiable, and that […]

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By Adrienne Kenton, BlackStar Film Festival Today is the deadline for film and screenplay submissions for the 3rd annual BlackStar Film Festival. The producing committee now goes into high gear as we continue to review works in order to curate what promises to be an exciting festival. Drawing audiences is key to the BlackStar vision and […]

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By Jodi Farrell, Adrienne Arsht Center staff Khandis Merritt was a shy girl from Ada Merritt K-8 Center in East Little Havana when she became an AileyCamp Miami camper at the Adrienne Arsht Center four years ago. Today, she’s a confident, outgoing sophomore at Miami’s esteemed New World School of the Arts – and the […]

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By Elite Kedan, AIRIE Fellow   Week 1 (Setting Up) The first couple of days in my ‘Mission ‘66’ cabin, (aka Basecamp, the Field Office, the Outpost, or HQ), include cleaning, mopping, re-arranging furniture, de-cluttering and general home- improvement. I have some utility paper in my car and I use it to line surfaces, and […]

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