Daversa’s band, “The John Daversa Progressive Big Band,” won awards for its album “American Dreamers: Voices of Hope, Music of Freedom,” which tackled a variety of issues related to immigration in America.
The annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival returned last weekend, Feb. 16-18, for one of the most “Miami” events of the year.
In the mood for sex, drama and humor? The University of Miami’s Jerry Herman Ring Theatre is putting all of that into one 90-minute package, a new play called “The School For Lies.” It opens Thursday, Feb. 21.
Staples’ “Smile, You’re on Camera” tour stopped in Fort Lauderdale this past Valentine’s Day at Revolution Live, and it was one hell of a time.
From the moment I stepped out of my Uber, which I fell asleep in, I knew that this would be an experience unlike any other.
I realized that there was a trend when I asked students what they thought of the album. Many said they liked it because it made them feel understood, that they could relate to the raw emotion.
The Frost Studio Jazz Band is celebrating Valentine’s Day with their “Songs For Lovers and the Broken–Hearted” concert this Thursday, Feb. 14 at 7:30 pm in Gusman Hall.
On Sunday, Feb. 10, Thomas Mesa graced the Gusman Hall stage with his 1820 Richard Tobin cello. The program, aptly titled #CelloLove, joined Mesa, pianist Oleksii Ivanchenko and the Frost School of Music cello ensemble to swoon couples and singles alike.