Flamenco, like art and human nature, is unpredictable. But Google “flamenco images” and predictably you’ll see a fiery red tomato kaleidoscope of traditional and outrageously trained and ruffled flamenco gowns explode on screen screaming drama. The gowns are so lush and overpowering one forgets there is a dancer wielding those fire-breathing dresses around. Strip away […]
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Michael Andrews grew up in Wisconsin going frequently to art museums and galleries, with a mother and an aunt who both were art teachers. One day his musical life as a cellist and his art upbringing came together when he saw the great Cleveland Quartet play a concert at New York’s Mary Boone Gallery. “It […]
By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer Last Friday and Saturday, lovers of music and the visual arts were treated to a fascinating interdisciplinary production that showed off the possibilities of Miami Beach’s New World Center and restored the glory of Béla Bartók’s sole, magisterial opera: Duke Bluebeard’s Castle (A kékszakállú herceg vára). It was […]
By Reina Chadwick, Arts & Business Council Cultural Tourism is exploding here in a Miami – in a good way according to Bruce Turkel, CEO of TURKEL, a travel and tourism marketing Firm in Miami. “It makes sense that when you have people coming from all around the world there are so many advantages,” says […]
If you didn’t know that FIU just recently opened its Miami Beach Urban Studios on Lincoln Road, this week is a good time to discover it. Hoof it up to the fourth floor for both an art show and the first in a series of art talks that will in a sense inaugurate this new […]
In celebration of National Dance Week, Dance NOW! Miami, Florida Dance Association and the Little Haiti Cultural Center presented an eclectic and diverse sampling of local modern dance companies and choreographers during the revival of the Daniel
An interesting trend has emerged (again) in the art-exhibiting world. Maybe as a result of one of the deepest recessions and maybe responding to a need for more and less structured venues, one-off art shows have become common place. Nomads really. For instance, as of now, Spinello Gallery has no set home — it has […]
By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer From Bellini to Delius – and counting Prokofiev’s ballet and Bernstein’s West Side Story – the lovers of Verona have been an inexhaustible source of inspiration. Tchaikovsky, Berlioz, Svendsen, Stenhammar and Nino Rota are only some of the composers who fell under the spell of Shakespeare’s immortal play. […]
This weekend, a Miami landmark takes an important step into the digital future of film. The Olympia Theater at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts is hosting a benefit concert Saturday, bringing together local leaders and talent as part of its new campaign to digitally upgrade the 86-year-old theater. The effort is part of an overall […]
This weekend coming up is a good one for music, as a large chamber music festival gets under way Sunday, the same day a children’s choir performs a remarkable opera that is at once an anti-bullying statement and a poignant reminder of the Holocaust. The Mainly Mozart Festival, now in its 19th year, is situated […]