The dance show “Stars of Flamenco” will open theÂ 7th Miami Flamenco Festival at the Adrienne Arsht Center on February 27 & 28.Â The premiere performance for the 2014 festival, is directed by Ãngel Rojas and brings together four of the worldÂ´s most celebrated flamenco dancers for Â a full evening showcasing the most beloved dance from Spain in all its fiery glory, including: Antonio Canales, one of the most powerful flamenco dancers of all time; Carlos RodrÃguez, the unforgettable choreographer of Nuevo Ballet EspaÃ±ol; the sensationally beautiful and riveting Karime Amaya, grandniece of legendary Carmen Amaya; and young flamenco sensation JesÃºs Carmona.Â Eva Yerbabuena and her dance company, who participated in the first Flamenco Festival Miami, will perform traditional flamenco on March 1 & 2. Estrella Morente, flamenco vocalist who dubbed Penelope Cruz’s singing in the movie “Volver,” will perform on March 6. Tomatito, a 2013 Latin Grammy winner and flamenco guitarist, will close the festival on March 8 with his sextet.Â TicketsÂ range from $25 to $90.
Saturday, February 24, 11:30am – The Doubletree Miami Airport, Convention Center, East Hall, 711 N.W. 72nd Avenue, Miami Every late fall/early spring for the last twenty five years, Miami Learning Experience School hosts an annual fashion show, luncheon and silent auction starring 120 students, toddlers to adults, with developmental disabilities. As the school’s premier fundraiser, the event supports […]
Wednesday, September 30, 7pm-10pm â€“ db Bistro Moderne, 255 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami db Bistro Moderne’s Miamiâ€™s Own Wine Dinner Series continues as figures from Miamiâ€™s local cultural scene are paired with db Bistroâ€™s finest wines and cuisine. Join the Associate Vice President of Cultural Tourism for the Greater Miami Convention Bureau, George Neary, for […]
Thursday, October 19, 11:30am-1pm – The Rusty Pelican, 3201 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne Miami Bridge Youth & Family Services, Inc. is proud to announce its 1st Annual Luncheon hosted at The Rusty Pelican restaurant on Key Biscayne. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Miami skyline as you celebrate the organizationâ€™s enormous efforts to save at-risk youth from a life […]