This Sunday, the Miami Symphony Orchestra opens another season at the Knight Concert Hall, in an evening of canonical works by Mendelssohn, Brahms and Rachmaninov. Conductor Eduardo Marturet will lead the orchestra in the Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage overture of Mendelssohn, Brahms’ First Symphony and the Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini by Rachmaninov, […]
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There are some home-spun closings this week that have some personal attachments to them, that you might not even have known about. Last week, Emerson Dorsch gallery started a project series called “thisishappening,” a multi-disciplinary exploration of art practice and art experience, which will change and be updated every week. So the first one is […]
The Magic City enjoys the sounds of the Motor City as Detroit’s Sphinx Virtuosi plays at the New World Center Tuesday, Sept 30. Sphinx Virtuosi is a chamber orchestra dedicated to diversity in the performing arts, programming well-known repertoire together with works by African-American and Latino composers. Experience this year’s annual performance at the New […]
By Elizabeth Shannon, Bass Museum of Art If you happened to be strolling around near the Bass Museum of Art about a month ago, you might have seen a man in Walgreens’ storefront windows drawing vigorously on an unusually long chalkboard. This industrious gentleman was the artist Michael Scoggins, the creator of a sizable new […]
The South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center (SMDCAC) opens its doors for the world premiere of “The Cuban Spring,” a new play by Miami-based playwright Vanessa Garcia. A generational rift has emerged within the the Cuban exile community. The rigid views of the past, which to many are not rigid but a logical reaction to history, […]
Several of the main galleries upstairs at PAMM have been transformed into a semi-abstract botanical garden, thanks to more than 40 works created over the last 25 years from Brazilian painter Beatriz Milhazes. Her exhibit is, in fact, titled that, Jardim Botânico, although it also is a nod to her Rio de Janeiro neighborhood. The […]
By Fernando González, Miami-based arts & culture writer When art and technology meet, the collision is bound to create sparks of inspiration. That’s what happened during the Art Hackathon, which took place Sept. 20-21 in Miami. The hackathon was a collaboration of The LAB Miami and The YoungArts Foundation with the support of the Knight […]
By Adia Greenhauff, Miami City Ballet Miami City Ballet is 50 dancers strong for the 2014-2015 season, gracing the stage with eight new dancers on the company roster, including four 2014 graduates from MCB School. The School graduates joining the corps de ballet this year are Ellen Grocki from Damascus, Maryland; Alex Manning from State […]
The third annual DWNTWN Arts Days fair in downtown Miami starts today, running through the weekend, with almost 170 events (mostly free) taking place around Downtown in art galleries and cultural institutions, including bike and walking tours and family-centric programming. But running through Sept. 28 will be the latest installment of site-specific, temporary public […]
“Odisea” is part of choreographer Carolyn Dorfman’s The Legacy Project—her tireless exploration of the trials and traumas of the Jewish diaspora. In “Odisea,” Dorfman chronicles the persecution and odyssey (or odisea) of 23 Jewish refugees who fled Recífe, Brazil for America in 1654. Created in 2004, “Odisea” commemorates the 350th anniversary of this odyssey. “I […]