It’s almost Friday and I’m in love with Big Night Little Haiti at the Little Haiti Cultural Center (LHCC). Now it’s time for you to fall in love.
Scratch the surface of the South Florida classical music community and you can find any number of people who want to establish arts institutions with regularly occurring features: a chamber music series, orchestral concerts, pocket operas, piano recitals. Today’s example is the Venezuelan-born pianist and educator Adolfo Vidal, 38, who grew up in home country’s now-legendary […]
Yesterday was the second Sunday of July, and for residents of College Hill and the InTown Neighborhood in Macon, that means one thing — Second Sunday in Washington Park. It’s the signature event of the College Hill Corridor, a grant function of Mercer University, a Knight Arts grantee. It’s a project focused on community revitalization. […]
There’s much ado around town about off-broadway hit “The Donkey Show,” and the buzz is almost deafening. The critically acclaimed supersonic disco extravaganza, inspired by Studio 54 and Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” opens next week on July 13.
Found Theater Company was born back in 2009 at Temple University after Felipe Vergara challenged some undergraduates to create a play based around the concept of myth. Originally a nameless apparition, the group produced “The Myth Project.” Inspired by the work, the students continued the project into the summer and by the summer of 2010, […]
We don’t have Taste of Minnesota’s gaudy July 4th blow-out anymore, it’s true, but the City of St. Paul has its own plans again this year for a splashy civic fireworks display along downtown’s Mississippi riverfront area. If you’d like to bring the family, grab a blanket and a few lawn chairs, because Harriet Island […]
After the excitement of the Fourth fades next week, another venerable South Florida artistic institution steps up to provide some music for the summer. This is the Symphony of the Americas, based in Fort Lauderdale, and which has been mounting its Summerfest concert series for years. Starting July 9, eight members of the group will […]
Upstairs on June 24th, World Cafe Live held a special Sunday edition of the Boombox Collective. The event hosted by Kuf Knotz was all ages and free entry and included a number of talented artists from around the Philadelphia area for a night of great music. Vendors were also set up in the lobby selling […]
In 2011 Roofless Records won a Knight Arts grant to document music and performance art in Miami. Since then Roofless has expanded beyond its record label roots and is now producing conceptual art events and concerts in movie theaters, art
Now in its 14th year, the Twin Cities Summer Jazz Festival has a downright dizzying line-up of musicians in store, on the mainstage and in satellite venues scattered throughout Downtown and Lowertown. Since 2009, when the city of St. Paul wooed the festival to relocate the performance hub to Mears Park, attendance has also blossomed: […]