MIAMI DESIGN DISTRICT PERFORMANCE SERIES ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE:
02 October . 2018
October 19: Miami Symphony Orchestra The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO), now in its historic 30th season is Miami's hometown professional...
October 19: Miami Symphony Orchestra
The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO), now in its historic 30th season is Miami’s hometown professional symphony and a valuable contributor to Miami’s cultural fabric. Led by MISO Music Director & Conductor Maestro Eduardo Marturet, it represents the exceptional talent and diversity that mirrors South Florida’s international and multicultural richness.
October 26: Grammy Award Winning “Prince of Salsa” Luis Enrique
Nicaraguan salsa vocalist Luis Enrique is one of Latin music’s first pioneers of the romantic “salsa sensual” style. Enrique’s sizable discography has earned him various Latin Grammy nominations, five Lo Nuestro Awards, a Grammy Award for ‘Best Tropical Latin Album,’ in addition to numerous gold and platinum records.
November 2: Latin Grammy Award-Winner Nestor Torres with The Frost School of Music Jazz Ensemble
Latin Grammy Award winning Nestor Torres’ rhythmic and mellifluous flute sound will be accompanied by the beloved Frost School of Music Jazz Ensemble. Throughout his illustrious career Nestor has won a Latin Grammy 4 Latin Grammy nominations, and one Grammy nomination, As a soloist he has collaborated with diverse artists such as Gloria Estefan, Kenny Loggins, Dave Mathews, Herbie Hancock, Tito Puente, which are a testament to his remarkable artistry.
November 9: Latin Urban Cubaton Star El Micha
Michael Fernando Sierra Miranda, known to the world as “El Micha,” is a prominent leader in the current Cubaton scene. Internationally recognized, he has collaborated with artists such as Gente de Zona, Chacal, Candyman, and Gue Pequeño. This year he’s exploding on to the mainstream Latin scene with a tsunami of hit singles and collaborations with artists such as Enrique Iglesias, Descemer Bueno, Wisin, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Pitbull, and Farruko.
November 16: Miami Symphony Orchestra featuring two-time Tony Award Winner Bernadette Peters
The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO), now in its historic 28th season, is Miami’s hometown professional symphony and a valuable contributor to Miami’s cultural fabric. Led by MISO Music Director & Conductor Maestro Eduardo Marturet, the performance will include a special performance by 2x Tony Award winner and American musical theater icon Bernadette Peters.
November 23: A Tribute to the Legends of the Miami Sound: Frankie Marcos & Clouds w/ Special Guest Carlos Oliva
Pioneers in the world recognized ” Sound of Miami “, Frankie Marcos & Clouds provided impressive horn arrangements and Latin mambos to this musical movement of hot Latin rhythms and jazzy-rocky musical progressions. Time Magazine credits Carlos Oliva as the leader of “The Miami Sound,” a fusion of Cuban music, salsa, afro beats, samba, jazz and rock. Together, they’ll spread joy with a unique and memorable performance.
November 30: A Motown Salute with Disco & R&B Grammy Winning Legend Thelma Houston
Join legendary GRAMMY-winning disco, soul and R&B singer Thelma Houston on an amazing musical journey through her inspiring life story told in Motown hits. With more than 23 albums under her belt, the new band show features a non-stop parade of Motown music backed up by longtime friends and studio legends.
December 7: ART BASEL: Singer/Songwriter/Musician Emily Estefan
Emily Estefan is a drummer, guitarist, singer and songwriter. Estefan wrote and produced her own debut album Take Whatever You Want which landed on FOUR of the Billboard charts. Her smooth vocals and jazzy/R&B arrangements return for a third time to the MDD Performance stage.
December 14: Holiday Concert with the South Florida Youth Symphony & Special Guest Vocalists
Since 1964, The South Florida Youth Symphony faculty and board of trustees have developed one of the oldest and most respected classical music training organizations for young people in the US. The late founding Maestro, Mr. Carmen Nappo, former conductor of the Miami Ballet, the Miami Metropolitan Symphony and the Founder/conductor of “Holiday on Ice”, started the South Florida Youth Symphony with the vision of offering teenage musicians the chance to learn and perform the great masters of the musical world. Today 51 years later, the tradition grows and abounds under the fine direction of Maestro Nappo’s step daughter, Marjorie Gould Hahn, a board member of the League of American Orchestras National Youth Division.
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About Estefan Kitchen
International superstars Emilio & Gloria Estefan open Estefan Kitchen, a new fine-dining Cuban restaurant in the Miami Design District, a neighborhood dedicated to uniting design, destination dining, fashion, art and architecture. , the menu offers reimagined versions of traditional Estefan family recipes, with dishes such as lechón flatbread, vaca frita , and paella. Located in Palm Court, one of the Miami Design District’s central hubs, Estefan Kitchen will present a rotating roster of live music and performing servers & bartenders, a nod to the Estefan’s passion for world-class entertainment. With the opening of Estefan Kitchen, the Estefan’s bring their culinary heritage to one of Miami’s most creative neighborhoods, offering locals and visitors a one-of-a-kind dining experience in an inspiring setting. Estefan Kitchen is located at 140 NE 39 Street, Palm Court, Miami Design District. Serving lunch and dinner daily from 11:30am and the express café will be open at 9am. For reservations or more information, please call (786) 843-3880 or go to EstefanKitchen.com.