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By Jacomo Bairos, Nu Deco Ensemble What will live symphonic music look like in the future?   What are the trends in the music world that will eventually find their way onto the classical stage?   Can a classically-trained group influence the popular music world?   These were questions my friend Sam Hyken and I […]

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When it comes to artist Megan Heeres, collaboration is the name of the game. Whether she’s rigging a local bell tower to light up in reaction to the movements of the DLECTRICITY 2014 festival attendees milling beneath it, or driving into the community with her self-made mobile paper station, Heeres consciously leverages her art making […]

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Right now The Clay Studio is asking visitors to see the big picture with a pair of exhibits from Chinese tile artist Hao Luo and the Society of American Mosaic Artists (SAMA). Both shows at this Knight Arts grantee are focused on the sum of their parts: combining small pieces of ceramics and other materials […]

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Major collections making moves

Published on March 24, 2015 by in Miami

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The more South Florida’s art scene grows, the smaller geographically it seems to get. It wasn’t so long ago that traveling across county lines seemed like a bridge too far in order to see an art show. Now, from Boca Raton down to the Keys, not only are there more quality exhibits to make the […]

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Each year, The 11th Hour, a local newspaper that covers Middle Georgia, produces a Readers Choice Awards ceremony to recognize key players who make up the community, dining and entertainment scenes. This year’s award concert and presentation will take place on April 11th. One of the categories generating the most buzz and anticipation is the competition for […]

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What ‘Attitude': Winnipeg meets Miami

Published on March 23, 2015 by in Miami

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There are many and varied creatures crawling around the ArtCenter South Florida. Well, okay, they are not crawling, but standing and hanging and buzzing on screen. “Attitudes in Latitudes: The Northern Wild Explores the Tropics” was born out of an intriguing combination, that of art being created in the Canadian city of Winnipeg and in […]

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‘Tribe’ opens On.Stage

Published on March 23, 2015 by in Miami

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“Tribe”. Liony Garcia.

I get nervous when I hear the word tribe. Division and separateness come to mind and I detest those things. However, when we integrate disconnected and separate communities, or tribes, to create a greater community, that piques my interest. “Tribe,” a new performance work created by Bistoury Physical Theatre, narrates the lives of homeless persons […]

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By Lindsay Mauck, Philadelphia Young Playwrights The Philadelphia Young Playwrights and InterAct Theatre Company have partnered to bring you this production of 17 winning monologues. Enjoy this video featuring winning writer Samira Dawan and her monologue “Love-Trouble,” then come see the festival March 12-21, 2015. Tickets are $10, click here to purchase.

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The Abreact Performance Space is hosting a performance of Tennessee Williams’ play, “The Glass Menagerie,” presented by Puzzle Piece Theatre. The play, which first premiered onstage in 1944, eventually launching Williams to great success, is a “memory play” dealing with characters drawn from Williams’ real-life family history. The action is framed by narration through Williams’ […]

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By Stephen Sokolouski, The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra This week, The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra is heading west to the Bay Area for a three-day residency at Cal Performances at the University of California, Berkeley. The SPCO will be the first chamber orchestra to participate in this program, joining the ranks of such world-renowned orchestras as the Vienna Philharmonic, […]

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