Music

Etienne Charles at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center

Nov 2, 2014

One of the most compelling and exciting young jazz artists ushering the genre into groundbreaking new territory is trumpeter/bandleader Etienne Charles, who, still in his 20s, has already recorded three impressive and well-received albums for his own Culture Shock Music imprint. His new album, Creole Soul, is a captivating journey of new jazz expression. It buoyantly taps into a myriad of styles … +

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Florida Grand Opera opens its 74th season!

Nov 15, 2014

Florida Grand Opera opens its 74th season with one of the most beloved operas of all time, Puccini’s Madama Butterfly. This vibrant and exotic production delivers all the beauty and grandeur audiences have come to expect of this timeless love story. Puccini’s famous music combined with Maestro Ramón Tebar’s “intense and precise conducting” (Buenos Aires Herald) is sure to be a beautiful … +

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Spinello Projects presents Let It Slide, a solo exhibition from Johnny Robles

Oct 12 - Nov 15, 2014

Spinello Projects presents Let It Slide, Johnny Robles’ first gallery solo exhibition. Robles’ sculptures and installations ignite a new kind of conversation: he invites his audience to revisit the infinite, faded world of childhood, challenging them to redefine its potency in the present. A live DJ set by Electronica act Washed Out will accompany the opening reception, as a satellite to the … +

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Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida pays Tribute to Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes

Oct 11 - Oct 18, 2014

In a continuous effort to bring to South Florida the most iconic ballets of the Russian repertoire, Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida presents a Tribute to Diaghilev, the art critic, patron, ballet impresario and founder of the Ballets Russes, with three splendid works that translate the spirit of the era. Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida joins the celebration of the 100th anniversary … +

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Waltman Ortega Fine Arts presents: Jorge Enrique "Permutations"

Oct 11 - Nov 4, 2014

Describing a body of work from Miami-based artist Jorge Enrique is both a paradoxical and technically accurate exercise. Architecture is geared towards a slew of metaphoric tasks: a basic shelter, a functional work or play space, a haven for hermetic ritual, a temple for learning, or maybe a mere freestanding aesthetic experiment. The variances of architecture are, by their nature, reflections of … +

Dance

Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida: A Celebration of Dance

By Fran Robbins

South Florida continues to mature as an area brimming with the fine arts. At any time, locals and visitors alike have a rich menu of choices available to them, reflecting the unique mix of different backgrounds and talents that calls this area home. The Miami International Film Festival, Miami Book Fair International and Art Basel Miami Beach are renowned and anticipated on … +

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Miami Theater Center presents: Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen

Oct 23 - Nov 16, 2014

Hedda Gabler, the daughter of an aristocratic general, has just returned to her villa in Kristiania from her honeymoon. The reappearance of her husband’s academic rival, Eilert Lövborg, throws their lives into disarray. Lövborg, a writer, is also a recovered alcoholic who has wasted his talent until now. When Hedda and Eilert talk privately together, it becomes apparent that they are former … +