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Introduce your kids to America's Original String Music! Don't miss the final concert of Orchestra Miami's Family Fun Concert series, as we present Matthew Sabatella and the Rambling String Band on Friday, March 31rst, 8 PM at Pinecrest Gardens! With vocals, guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, and bass fiddle, The Rambling String Band bring to life music that is woven into the fabric of the United States: traditional folk songs, fiddle tunes, old-time country, bluegrass, Appalachian music, ragtime, blues, spirituals, railroad and cowboy songs, work songs, sea shanties, reels, breakdowns, ballads, and more. A popular favorite, your kids will have a rollicking, foot-stomping good old time! The performance lasts approximately 1 hour and juice & cookies will be served after the show. $10 kids (3-17), $12 seniors (65 & up), $15 for adults. www.OrchestraMiami.org or (305) 274-2103.

The City of North Miami Beach's Muti-Cultural Committee celebrates Jazz Appreciation Month with a FREE concert featuring Grammy-winner Brian Lynch & Spheress of Influence, with special guest vocalist Kate Reid. The show will be at the Littman Theater, 17011 NE 19th Avenue, at 8 PM on April 15. Tickets are needed and can be obtained at the Parks and Recreation administration office in City Hall and, if available, at the door. For more information, call (305) 948-2957.

A vital force and emergent legend within both the hardcore straight ahead and Latin Jazz communities, Grammy© Award Winner Brian Lynch is as comfortable negotiating the complexities of clave with Afro-Caribbean pioneer Eddie Palmieri as he is swinging through advanced harmony with bebop maestro Phil Woods. A honored graduate of Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers and the Horace Silver Quintet, he has been a valued collaborator with jazz artists such as Toshiko Akiyoshi and Charles McPherson; Latin music icons as diverse as Hector LaVoe and Lila Downs; and pop luminaries such as Prince. He won the 2007 Grammy for Best Latin Jazz CD and three additional nominations, including 2017.

Music courtesy of KCC Productions

Opens its Seventh Annual Concert Season

MIAMI – Music in Miami will open its 2016-2017 Concert Season October 16th. at Trinity Cathedral, 464 NE 16th Street, Miami, at 6 p.m., celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month and featuring Afro-Latin Rhythms of Brazil, Columbia, Venezuela, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Bahamas, Jamaica, and Cuba!!

February 12, 2017: Viola and Harp featuring Scott O’Donnell and Kay Kemper
April 23, 2017: The Yedra-Chruszcz Duo – Violin and Piano featuring Bogdan Chruszcz and Velia Yedra
May 13, 2017: Family Concert at HistoryMiami Museum

“Three Sundays in July” Summer Concert Series:

July 9: Compositum Musicae Novae

July 16: Jazz from Venezuela

July 23: String Program

We want to thank everyone for the wonderful support given us for the past six years! Your generosity and patronage have been sincerely appreciated!

Please note that our 2016-2017 Concert Season will now include an admission charge

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Tickets: $15 online. $20 at the door. www.musicinmiami.net. Square and all major credit cards and cash accepted at door.

Students: $10 with valid Student ID

Seniors: $10 with valid Driver’s License

Children ages 12 and under: Free.
Music in Miami also participates in Culture Shock Miami.

Music in Miami is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization. FEIN 27-4375606. FL Reg. #CH34503. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling 800-435-7352 within the state. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation by the state.

Jazz and guitar legend James Blood Ulmer is among the most distinctive and influential free jazz electric guitarists to emerge in the past four decades. He has worked and recorded with Ornette Coleman, Art Blakey, Joe Henderson, Arthur Blythe, David Murray, Ronald Shannon Jackson, Vernon Reid and George Adams as bandleader and sideman. Ulmer is recognized as a central figure in the post-fusion movements of 1970s and 1980s jazz. Yet within this experimental framework, his guitar playing and songwriting incorporate blues, funk, and rock idioms, making it difficult to categorize his innovative musical forms.

"The missing link between Jimi Hendrix and Wes Montgomery on one hand, between P-Funk and Mississippi Fred McDowell on the other." Greg Tate, Village Voice

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