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Piano phenom Brandon Goldberg to play outdoors at Arsht Center

Piano phenom Brandon Goldberg to play outdoors at Arsht Center

The April 16 performance will see Goldberg join local standouts Dion Kerr on bass and Harvel Nakundi on drums.

‘From BeBop to HipHop’ – exploring the Hampton House legacy

‘From BeBop to HipHop’ – exploring the Hampton House legacy

Once known as 'the Cotton Club of the South,' the historic venue opens a tribute concert series with R&B and neo-soul singer-songwriter Eric Benét.

Review: South Beach Chamber Ensemble’s ‘Black Voices’ a heartfelt response to a painful year

Review: South Beach Chamber Ensemble’s ‘Black Voices’ a heartfelt response to a painful year

The program, which included spoken-word performances, was offered in-person at the Miami Beach Woman’s Club as well as online.

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Jazzing Up the FLA-FRA Fest

Jazzing Up the FLA-FRA Fest

Posted on July 21, 2017 at 7:53 PM
By Fernando Gonzalez (fergonzalez@bellsouth.net)

Listening to Cécile McLorin Salvant interpret her material, which includes both timeless standards such as “I Didn’t

TransAtlantic Festival: Bringing the World’s Music to the Beach Stage

TransAtlantic Festival: Bringing the World’s Music to the Beach Stage

Posted on July 20, 2017 at 7:53 PM
By Tracy Fields (therealtracyfields@gmail.com)

Dance music from Colombia, electronic roots reggae from Jamaica, a Tuareg guitar hero, South Florida-based rockers —

Rare Concert of Miami-based Latin Jazz Greats

Rare Concert of Miami-based Latin Jazz Greats

Posted on July 16, 2017 at 7:52 PM
By Fernando Gonzalez (fergonzalez@bellsouth.net)

Probably not all familiarity breeds contempt, but as a general rule, performers carefully measure out their appearances

António Zambujo Brings His Fado To Miami

António Zambujo Brings His Fado To Miami

Posted on July 15, 2017 at 7:52 PM
By Juan Carlos Perez-Duthie (jcpduthie@yahoo.com)

The siren call of fado is usually associated with a woman’s voice.  But that old, melancholic form