Luciana Souza in Concert

Carnival Center for the Performing Arts. January 12th, 2008. 7:00 p.m. Brazilian singer Luciana Souza reinterprets the Bossa Nova of her homeland for 21st century music lovers. In The New Bossa Nova, the three-time Grammy Award nominee puts her soft and sexy spin on songs by Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Sting, Randy Newman, and Brian Wilson. She offers us singing with that … +


Becoming a Man in 127 Easy Steps

Carnival Center for the Performing Arts. From Jan 25th through Jan 26th, 2008. 8:00 p.m. What becomes a female-to-male transgendered performer from Atlanta the most? Apparently an evening of comedy, contradictions, aerial acrobatics and multimedia storytelling, that’s what. Scott Turner Schofield, named a “Young Trans Hero of 2006” by The Advocate magazine, brings his new autobiographical show, Becoming a Man in 127 … +


Flamenco Festival Miami

Carnival Center for the Performing Arts. From Feb 7th through Feb 9th, 2008. 8:00 p.m.Two of flamenco's leading singers, Carmen Linares and Miguel Poveda, will open the Flamenco Festival Miami this year, sharing the stage in a virtuosic vocal display ranging from the Gypsy roots of Flamenco to contemporary innovations. Linares, one of the great names in flamenco, has been celebrated worldwide … +


The Work of Esteban Blanco

at Contemporanea Fine Art. From Jan 4th – Jan 29th, 2008. Contemporane Fine Art, located on Miami's Calle 8, will be presenting the work of Miami based artists Esteban Blanco through this month. Take a moment to experience a visual playground filled with fragments from a childhood that would have suited Kafka and Bosch. The new work by Cuban-born artist Esteban Blanco … +


Lawrence Murray Dixon: Art Deco Master

Bass Museum of Art. From Jan 18th through May 11th, 2008. The Henri and Flore Lesieur Pavilion at the Bass Museum of Art is unveiling this month the exhibition Lawrence Murray Dixon: Art Deco Master showcasing a group of beautiful and rare architectural renderings and vintage sepia-toned photographs from the Lawrence Murray Dixon archives.


Miami Art Museum

Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller. Through Jan 20th, 2008. Through multi-media installations described as everything from “physical cinema” to “audio sculptures,” Canadian artists Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller entice participants into alternate realities through the use of sound and voice. Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller: The Killing Machine and Other Stories 1995-2007 presents ten installations that weave together independent … +