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Frost welcomed big, booming sounds for the Trombone Choir

It seemed that very few people in the audience in Gusman Hall were exactly sure what to expect. Though dozens were seated, there was little chatter. Attendees silently looked around the concert hall and pored over the program, hoping to figure out how this ensemble would sound. The 20-member ensemble, consisting of both undergraduate and…

Walk The Moon turns Regatta Park “Different Colors”
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Walk The Moon turns Regatta Park “Different Colors”

Pouring rain and muddy grounds didn’t squash the turnout to 104.3 The Shark’s fall-themed Shark After Dark event at Coconut Grove’s Regatta Park on Oct. 20. The park, bordering Biscayne Bay, hosts Coconut Grove’s annual Pumpkin Patch Festival, held this year on Oct. 20 and 21, so carnival rides, food and beverage vendors and, of…

Legendary Irish flutist advises UM students on music, career
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Legendary Irish flutist advises UM students on music, career

Sir James Galway, a legendary Irish flutist and mentor to aspiring musicians, built his internationally-acclaimed solo career on 15 years of experience as an orchestral player. Knighted as an officer of the order of the British Empire, producer of his own ‘Galway Spirit’ line of flutes and recipient of the Gramophone Lifetime Achievement Award, Galway…

R&B collective FirexSquad brings soul to Patio Jams
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R&B collective FirexSquad brings soul to Patio Jams

Hip-hop and R&B filled the air as students crowded onto the UC patio to support Justin Pack, Lauren “Lo” Copeland, Tumi Lengoasa and Imari Conway, aka FirexSquad, at their first showcase of the school year. Following the Canes’ big win against FSU Oct. 7, the show began with the group’s song “Fuego,” which features all…

Post Malone entertains, inspires at Revolution Live
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Post Malone entertains, inspires at Revolution Live

Red and blue lights bathed the stage when Post Malone came out wearing his notoriously causal black tee and shorts with white vans. “What is up, guys?” Malone said. “What is going on. Y’all going to get weird tonight?” America’s Backyard, the intimate outdoor live music venue at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale, hosted the…

Britain invades Miami for Frost Studio Jazz Band concert
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Britain invades Miami for Frost Studio Jazz Band concert

  The Maurice Gusman Concert Hall filled with the bombastic sound of trombones, saxophones and pianos as the University of Miami Studio Jazz Band, led by professor Stephen Guerra, played British songs for its program, “The British Invasion PLUS.”   The concert featured music by contemporary jazz artists from the United Kingdom. Guerra said he…

Frost Symphonic Winds remix staple wind band compositions
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Frost Symphonic Winds remix staple wind band compositions

Gusman Hall has seen countless Frost School of Music concerts and performances, but Frost Symphonic Winds’ “Inspirations” was perhaps the most distinct. Transcending time and space, “Inspirations” aimed to create an unconventional sensory experience for the audience and musicians alike – incorporating lines and melodies across thousands of years and filtering it through the current…

Korean pop group gains popularity in US
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Korean pop group gains popularity in US

In one of the most anticipated comebacks of Korean-Pop music, South Korean boy band Beyond the Scene released its fifth mini album, “Love Yourself: Her,” earlier this month. BTS is one of the most popular K-pop groups right now, not only in Korea but in the United States, as they recently hit the top spots…

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