Amigos de Miami! Están listos for a night of beautiful music?
This Sunday, March 20th, Miami Symphony Orchestra hosts MIAMI ROCKS: Celebrating a City Where Music is Everything, a unique and exciting concert event held at Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County.
Venezuelan-born Maestro Eduardo Marturet, currently in his 10th season with Miami Symphony Orchestra, will conduct the show with exquisite precision. Together with Stage Director Richard Jay Alexander and Classical-Crossover Director Rudy Perez, they will welcome a diverse array of accomplished performers from a variety of musical genres.
The night’s impressive lineup includes three-time Grammy-nominated Afro-Caribbean group Tiempo Libre; pianist-composer Lola Astanova; electric guitarist Brev Sullivan; South Floridian crooner Louis Amanti; Grammy Award-winner Kyng David (former member of the Bahamian group Baha Men); and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member and R&B legend Sam Moore (of the famed soul duo Sam & Dave), who will be honored at the concert.
As Miami’s professional symphony, Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) plays a key role in the city’s cultural scene and is composed of 80 musicians from all corners of the world, representing the incredible diversity and talent that energizes South Florida.
Get your tickets now at arshtcenter.org for this can’t-miss evento musical! Show starts at 6 PM. ¡No se lo pueden perder! @webcitygirls hopes to see you there!
Check out the Program below:
-with Tiempo Libre, Afro-cuban ensemble
-with Lola Astanova, piano
-with Brev Sullivan, electric guitar
-with Haven Star, vocalist
-with Nathan Pacheco, vocalist
-with Sam Moore, vocalist
-with Kyng David, vocalist
-with Louis Amanti, vocalist
-with Victor Valdez, vocalist
-with Malena Burke, vocalist
-with Tony Medina, electric guitar
-with EnVee, vocalist