November 17, 2012
Dance NOW! kicks off its thirteenth season with the world Premiere of Diego Salterini’s Oceanica.
Don’t miss this extraordinary opportunity to see our own Florida Grand Opera in action as they perform one of the world’s most popular operas, La bohème .
The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum premieres two new exhibitions Iván Navarro: Fluorescent Light Sculptures and Reflections Across Time: Seminole Portraits.
Do you remember where you were when you first heard the Beatles? In 1964, rock was pop, and performing in a band was hip. Inspired by the Fab Four, teen bands in Miami played local gigs and opened for national headliners. Join music historian Jeff Lemlich, author of Savage Lost, Florida Garage Bands: The ’60s and Beyond, for a discussion of Miami’s garage band scene in the 1960s.
Take the kids to see Charlotte’s Web at the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center and enjoy the story of a pig named Wilbur and his friendship with a little barn spider named Charlotte.
Walk with guide Michael Pearlman through downtown and learn about the history of Miami, from Tequesta people to early pioneers and modern times. View art and architecture, including Claes Oldenburg’s Dropped Bowl with Scattered Slices and Peels; and Manuel Carbonell’s epic Tequesta statue. Conclude at the Miami Circle archaeological site. Advance reservations and payment required.
November 16, 2012
The Cleveland Orchestra opens the 2012-13 Miami season with Mahler’s sweeping and passionate Symphony No. 3, at the Arsht.
FIU’s Collegium Musicum, an ensemble that specializes in music from the Middle Ages through the Classical period will perform Bach and Before tonight. Included is the work of French composers that influenced the Baroque master.
Explore classical music more deeply through theatrically-enhanced visuals and live narration from the stage at the New World Symphony.
Four Seasons Cultural Series Concert #2: The Amernet String Quartet presents a program of masterworks and lesser-known gems.
Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters shows this week at the Miami beach Cinematheque.
Catch a movie under the stars at the new North Shore Park Bandshell. Tonight’s flick is The Dark Knight.
Art opening: The new solo exhibition, Inside/Out, from Miami artist Ray Azcuy.