about Tracy Fields

Tracy Fields is a longtime member of the South Florida media, as an editor and writer. Fields is also host and producer of WLRN’s weeknight Evenin’ Jazz program. She likes words and music. She regularly contributes to ArtBurst enhancing the music section of the site.

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

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Renamed JazzAid Live at the Banyan Bowl, the series will be available through livestream, with a portion of the proceeds going to World Central Kitchen.

A birthday party in honor of arts champion Sandrell Rivers

Fantasy Theatre Factory will present the third annual celebration of the late Sandrell Rivers on Aug. 29 through Facebook Live.

Summer concert series’ 35th season takes place in cyberspace

The Coral Gables Congregational United Church of Christ will present virtual concerts every Thursday through August.

Opera singers to celebrate African-American spirituals

Presented by the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center, the concert will be Feb. 1 in the Sandrell Rivers Theater.

Miami trumpeter Brian Lynch up for two Grammys

UM Frost School of Music professor nominated in “Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album” and “Best Instrumental Composition” categories. 

South Beach Jazz Festival to feature Sanborn, local music scene

Now in its fourth year, the South Beach Jazz Festival has established itself on this area’s cultural calendar.

Jazz at Pinecrest Gardens Brings Big Names, Big Bands

With a mix of large and small ensembles, venerable and younger talent and local favorites, the new season of Jazz at Pinecrest Gardens offers something for pretty much every taste.

Melton Mustafa Orchestra continues work of late South Florida ban...

Led by Melton Mustafa Jr., the jazz band will perform July 29 at the Open Stage Club in Coral Gables.