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SOBE ARTS SUMMER PROGRAM 2010
SOBE ARTS SPRING PROGRAMS 2009/10
SoBe Arts' Acting Ensemble Class for Adults - Spring Section B - Begins on Tuesday, April 13. Glen Lawrence, Instructor.
ARTS FOR YOUTH - ARTS FOR ADULTS
SOBE ARTS 2009/2010 EVENT SEASON
Tickets for Twelfth Night are available for Miami Beach residents through
Thursday, Feb. 18 at which time they become available to the general public
SOBE ARTS - MUSIC & SHAKESPEARE
1. OPEN FRIDAY @ SOBE ARTS (CONCERT) - "RENAISSANCE CHAMBER MUSIC"
SoBe Arts Chamber Ensemble
Robert Chumbley, conductor
March 12 - 8:00pm
Carl Fisher Clubhouse @ SoBe Arts
Free & Open to the Public
2. ART SPEAKS (LECTURE/TALK) "MUSIC & SHAKESPEARE"
Robert Chumbley & Carson Kievman
Friday, March 19 - 6:30pm
Carl Fisher Clubhouse @ SoBe Arts
Free & Open to the Public
3. SOBE ARTS PRESENTS (PRODUCTION)
"TWELFTH NIGHT or What You Will"
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Carson Kievman
Includes Renaissance Music written for Twelfth
Night by Thomas Morley, Thomas Weelkes & Others
Little Stage Theater @ SoBe Arts
(Miami New Times 2010 Mastermind Award Winner)
PREVIEWS: Thurs & Fri March 18 & 19 - 8:00pm
OPENING NIGHT: Sat March 20 - 8:00pm
OPENING WKND MAT: Sun March 21 - 3:00pm
PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE through April 4:
Friday & Saturdays 8:00pm, Sundays 3:00pm
Friday & Saturdays $25.00
Student tickets for all shows $12.50 (Must show student id.)
Rush Tickets for all shows: $12.50 (1/2 hour prior to show based on availability).
ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE: www.sobearts.org/twelfthnight.html
Discounted tickets available for groups of 10 or more – call 305 674 9220
Beginning January 1, celebrate a new space for the arts with the revival of the historic 1937
Little Stage Theater @ SoBe Arts
SOBE ARTS CABARET, Music, Theater, Multimedia - bar & tapas by Red Light
Premieres at 9:00pm on New Year's Day, January 1, 2010 and includes a VIP Champaign Reception at 8:30pm.
NOTE: All regularly scheduled performances were sold out! Two shows have been added by popular demand, Friday, January 22 and Saturday January 23. Reserved Seating only. If you wanted to see the production but could not get tickets this is your chance.
Under the direction of Executive Artistic Director Carson Kievman, SoBe Institute of the Arts will welcome the new year January 1st with a fresh and compelling multimedia arts cabaret to celebrate the renovation and reopening of the Little Stage Theater @ SoBe Arts. The Grand Opening Cabaret will feature an innovative and stylized experience that incorporates musical and visual elements from the 1930s and 1940s, around the time the 1937 theater was first built. "We want to honor the historic nature of the theater," explained Dr. Kievman, "but at the same time we're looking to create a very contemporary experience. We've interspersed the original torch songs with theatrical vignettes from other eras, and together they make for a bizarre and compelling look at relationships." Kievman adds that there will also be scenes from the popular "Tunes 'N Toons" production that was commissioned by Miami Beach to close November's Sleepless Night event, combining esoteric live music from the 1930's with classic film animation and live action.
"A Funhouse Ride for Adults."
Featuring Montserrat Franco as Betty Boop, Andres Lefevre as Cab Calloway's Ghost and starring actors Ivette Viñas, Andres Lefevre, Philip de la Cal & Montserrat Franco. Created & Directed by Carson Kievman .
Conductor, Carson Kievman - Keyboards, Kiki Sanchez - Clarinet, Paul Gordillo - Tenor Saxophone, Juan Silveira - Drums, Tony Suarez - Bass, James Quinlan - Trumpet, Osvaldo Fleitas
TWO SHOWS ADDED BY POPULAR DEMAND
Friday January 22, 2010 9:00PM (Theater opens at 8:30PM for Bar & Food)
Saturday January 23, 2010 9:00PM (Theater opens at 8:30PM for Bar & Food)
Grand Opening - Friday January 1, 2010 9:00PM
Friday & Saturday performances: January 2, 8, 9, 15, 16 - 9:00PM
Sunday performances: January 3, 10, 17 - 7:00PM
Tickets $10 General Seating, $25 Reserved Seating,
Grand Opening Night $50 (VIP Champaign Reception at 8:30pm included).
Click here to purchase tickets online
Tickets are available for Miami Beach residents until Friday, December 18, at which time they are available to the general public. For more information or to reserve seats: firstname.lastname@example.org - (305) 674-9220
Special discounts are available for SoBe Arts Cabaret patrons at nearby Crest Group Hotels - call 305-531-3463 or go to www.southbeachhotels.com
Little Stage Theater Reopens - Miami Herald 1/7/10
An Old Friend Returns to SoBe - SoBe Institute of the Arts Grand Opening Cabaret - New Times 12/09
FUTURE PRODUCTION PLANS (SUBJECT TO CHANGE):
February/March 2010 - Music & Shakespeare
April/May 2010 - Music & Theater of Transcendence
SOBE ARTS in collaboration with SUBTROPICS.ORG
FROZEN MUSIC ENSEMBLE
AUTONOMOUS SOUNDS I & II
Thursday, Dec. 3 & Friday Dec. 4. 7-11pm
Members of FM (Gustavo Matamoros-David Dunn-Rene Barge) will turn SoBe Institute of the Arts into a kaleidoscope of sound from 7PM to 11PM both nights.
Frozen Music's New Pieces For Art Basel Week
After the success of CANAL, the 13-hour-long piece that won the hearts of all who experienced it during Sleepless Night, subtropics.org brings back Frozen Music Ensemble with two new pieces titled Autonomous Sounds I & Autonomous Sounds II featuring FM's core member David Dunn.
Also, during FMs performances, the doors to the Little Stage Theater @ SoBe Arts will be opened giving attendees a sneak peak of the new state-of- the-art black box theater which will have its grand re-opening in the new year (See info below).
A Fasionable SoBe Arts Renaissance Event
Tuesday, November 17, 2009 6:30-9:00PM
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Miami Herald & SocialMiami Articles about Bohemian Pentameter
Saturday thru Sunday, November 7-8, 2009 6:00PM to 7:00AM
PREVIEW OF BOHEMIAN PENTAMETER
A Fashionable SoBe Arts Renaissance Event
Saturday, November 7, 2009 6:00-8:00PM
Stop by SoBe Arts on Sleepless Night, between 6:00-8:00PM and enjoy a complimentary drink (open bar), listen to some Renaissance Music and learn about our exciting upcoming event Bohemian Pentameter presented by SocialMiami.com and WLRN (scheduled for Tuesday, November 17 between 6:30-9:00. With this early evening event, the professional music and theater ensembles of SoBe Arts will take arts and fashion lovers back to the days of Elizabethan England as the sounds of violins, flutes and beautiful words fill the air in the subtle, secluded and charming grounds of the SoBe Institute of the Arts) - see below
TUNES N' TOONS
Sunday, November 8, 2009 5:30AM
TRUST US...THIS IS THE ONE NOT TO BE MISSED!
Nov. 7 (8), 2009 - 5:30am - Tunes N' Tons, a quasi qwazy pre-dawn extravaganza of cartoons and live music. Lummus Park Main Stage (8th Street & Ocean Drive). Cartoons at dawn are a ritual American experience. SoBe Arts brings Sleepless Night to a colorful close by celebrating a visual art form that has long embraced both jazz and classical music. A blend of film projections and live performances opens with a late-late cabaret set – one that does not cater to children, veering from comic to provocative and hallucinatory. We welcome the Technicolor dawn skies with hues of the postmodern, orchestral standards twisted and re-imagined into the loony tunes, merry melodies, and irreverent reveries of a golden age of animation.
"It’s the perfect way to start the day – or end the night" www.sleeplessnight.org.
SPECIAL OPEN FRIDAY WEEKEND @ SOBE ARTS
A "Double Feature" Concert with Halloween Costume Reception
Friday, October 30 at 8:00PM & Saturday, October 31 at 7:30PM
Enjoy a two-night special sneak preview (open rehearsals) of music from our Sleepless Night production (see below).
First up on Friday, October 30, 2009 at 8:00PM is JAZZ IN THE 30s (& BEYOND). SoBe Arts Jazz Ensemble, featuring Montserrat Franco, vocals, Oscar Salas, drummer and Felix Gomez, keyboards. Enjoy the music of Raymond Scott, Cab Calloway, Joe Primrose, Duke Ellington and many more great jazz composers of this very creative era.
Next up on Saturday, October 31 at 7:30 is CLASSICAL HORSES OF WAR. SoBe Arts Chamber Ensemble, featuring several "warhorses" of classical music most often used in cartoons and in many symphony subscription concerts over the years. Only this time played in chamber ensemble versions in the intimate and beautiful Carl Fisher Clubhouse Hear the music you never thought you would hear like this, Edvard Grieg's Morning Music from Peer Gynt; Franz Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2; Gioachino Rossini's William Tell Overture and more.
Han Bennink's Internationally Recognized Dutch Trio
Perhaps Europe's most coveted drummer, Han Bennink, the 2008 European Jazz Prize winner has performed with Sonny Rollins, Eric Dolphy and Dexter Gordon. Noted musicians Michael Moore (reeds) and Will Holshouser (accordion) complete this trio. Pyrotechnic improvisational journeys, whimsical tangents and blissful culminations come fast and furious when the Third Man Trio takes the stage.
"...from crisp Ellingtonian swing into cacophonous group improvisation"
— The Guardian,London, England
"Everybody should, before they die, see Han Bennink." — The Miami Herald
A series of interactive family events on world music & culture (Season 3)
SEPHARDIC MUSIC - Romantic Songs of Spanish Jews
Montserrat Franco, Soprano
Claude Kadoch, Guitar & Darhukka
Sunday, September 27, 2009 12:00 p.m.
Free & Open to the Public
For centuries, the legacy and traditions of Sepharad (Spain in Hebrew) was transmitted through generations of Sephardic Jews on their Diaspora after they were ousted of Spain in 1492 and settled in several parts of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. They left Spain but never their language “Djudeo-Espanyol” also called “Ladino” (a language which defer from the Spanish or Castillan spoken by Christians at that time and which includes Hebrew elements and vocabulary from the local languages) neither the culture which includes an amazing oral tradition : tales, poems and songs or “Romanceros” just as the “Trovadours” will perform in the Middle Age.
The vast collection of Romances preserved and transmitted for generations will come back to life on September 27th when Singer “Montserrat Franco” will present in an unique venue accompanied by the Israeli Moroccan Artist Claude Kadoch. These songs express not only these historical changes but also the entire life-cycle of that people, with their moments of joy, sorrow and love, its festivities and celebrations. This rich and varied culture is the basis of the Ladino repertoire, a musical treasure that never ceased to grow in the new places where the Sephardic Jews settled.
About the Artist:
Montserrat Franco, a graduated Vocal Professor, ethnomusicologist and grantee of several scholarships by the European Parliament in Madrid, Spain and the State of Israel researched about the Sephardic Romances and Traditions from 1999 to 2002.
She was commissioned by the State of Israel to perform around the world as a truly sephardic artist during International Literature Fairs and Symposiums of the Spanish Language always sponsored by the AECI (Spanish Agency of International Cooperation)
Food will be provided by El Patio Andaluz (Tazin) an authentic Spanish Moroccan Restaurant.
Beverages will be provided by Terra Espana
Coffee provided by Starbucks
.SOBE ARTS SUMMER PROGRAMS 2009
- - - -
AN EVENING OF EARTHLY DELIGHTS - Friday, May 22 - 8:00PM
SPECIAL TO SOBE ARTS
FRIDAY MAY 15, 2009 6:00-10:00PM
JOIN US THURSDAY AT CLUB 50 - MIAMI'S HAPPY HOUR WITH A CAUSE
May 15, 2009 6:00-1000PM RSVP to email@example.com
VIOLINIST ANASTASIA KHITRUK CONCERT AND NAXOS CD RELEASE - Friday, May 8 - 8:00PM
AMERICAN FOLK MUSIC - Saturday, May 2 - 11:00AM
Even though the audience for classical music is about 70 behind the times, at least the good folks over at SoBe Arts aren't. Proof is in the program for tonight's "Starving Angels", when their String Quartet ...
STARVING ANGELS (MUSIC OF TRANSCENDENCE) - Friday, April 17 - 8:00PM
SOUTH POINTE PARK GRAND RE-OPENING - Sunday, March 22 - 3:00PM
BENEFIT CONCERT FOR SOBE MUSIC INSTITUTE - Friday, March 20 - 8:00PM
TICKETS ( $25) AVAILABLE AT THE LINCOLN THEATER BOX OFFICE
541 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH (305) 673-3330
BUY VIP TICKETS ONLINE $100 - SPECIAL SEATING AND ENTRANCE TO
A TERRIFIC AFTER-PARTY SPONSORED BY W HOTEL
100% of box office proceeds go to SoBe Music Institute
for education & Performance programming
SPECIAL ART SPEAKS EVENT: MARK o'CONNOR- SATURDAY FEB. 21 - 3:00PM
MIAMI HERALD: THE YEAR IN REVIEW: CLASSICAL MUSIC 12/21/08
HOLIDAY CONCERT - SUNDAY DEC. 14 - 6:00PM
MUSIC & ART
(An exhibition & concert in celebration of the Art Basel Miami Beach 2008)
CHECK OUT THIS REVIEW FROM THE PERFORMANCE!
CHECK OUT ARTICLE ON THIS MULTIMEDIA EVENT
ROTHKO CHAPEL MIAMI BEACH - HORST KOHLEM PAINTINGS & SCULPTER
Opening Reception Sunday, November 30, 2008 @ 7:30PM
Exhibition runs November 30 through December 7
CONCERT on FRIDAY DECEMBER 5, 2008 - 4:00PM
MUSIC UNITES: AMERICAN JAZZ- SATURDAY NOV. 22 - 11:00AM
MUSIC & LITERATURE
(in celebration of the 2008 Miami Book Fair International)
DIDO & AENEAS - Next Friday November 14, 2008
BRITTO KIDS CONCERT - SATURDAY OCTOBER 18, 2008 - 4:00PM
MUSIC UNITES: SEPHARDIC MUSIC - SATURDAY OCTOBER 11, 2008 - 11:00AM
Sephardic music was born in medieval Spain, with cantigas being performed at the royal courts. Since then, it has picked up influences from across Spain, Morocco, Argentina, Turkey, Greece and various popular tunes from Spain and further abroad. There are three types of Sephardic songs -- topical and entertainment songs, romance songs and spiritual or ceremonial songs. Lyrics can be in several languages, including Hebrew for religious songs, and Ladino.
These song traditions spread from Spain to Morocco (the Western Tradition) and several parts of the Ottoman Empire (the Eastern Tradition) including Greece, Jerusalem, the Balkans and Egypt. Sephardic music adapted to each of these locales, assimilating North African high-pitched, extended ululations; Balkan rhythms, for instance in 9/8 time; and the Turkish maqam mode.
Songs which are song by women are traditionally sung while performing household tasks, without accompaniment or harmony. Tambourines and other percussion instruments are sometimes used, especially in wedding songs. Men have added oud and qanún to the instrumentation, and more modern performers incorporate countless other imported instruments.
(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
Sephardic Jews, or Sephardim in Hebrew, is the general term used to refer to the descendants of the Jews who lived in the Iberian Peninsula for many centuries and who in 1492, during The Inquisition, were forced to either convert or go into exile. Some went to Portugal, Italy and France (from where they were later expelled, many went to establish communities in the Ottoman Empire, in what we know today as Turkey, Greece, Bulgaria and parts of Hungary, Rumania and the Balkans and yet others made their home in the north of Africa, mainly in Morocco and Algeria and some in Tunisia. They had left behind their material possessions but took with them their religion and their culture, their customs and traditions and of course, their beautiful language, the Judeo-Spanish, which continued to develop and take from the different areas where they lived. The Judeo Spanish as we know it today, includes archaic forms of Spanish, Castilian, Catalan, Galician and Portuguese with elements of Hebrew, Greek, Turkish, Arabic and more recently, Italian, French and modern Spanish.
FRIDAY September 26, 2008 - 8:00PM
SOBE MUSIC INSTITUTE SPECIAL EVENT
Friday September 26, 2008
Concert 7:30-8:30PM - Viewing Party 8:30-11:00PM
SoBe Music Institute. 2150 Washington Avenue (between 21st & 22nd Street) Miami Beach, Florida 33138 (305) 674-9220
This free concert by Tai chi Akutsu, violin and Ryoji Yamaguchi, guitar will include the music of Piazzola, de Falla, Yamaguchi, and more. The concert will conclude by 8:30PM giving everyone a chance to go anywhere they like to watch the debate which begins at 9:00PM, or stick around and we will have a casual non-partisan potluck viewing party at the institute (debate on a TV in the chorus room). If you are staying for the debate viewing party please bring food or beverage to share. [Note: SMI/Mystery Park Arts Company is a nonprofit tax-exempt arts & education organization and endorses no political campaign]
PS: OUR UPCOMING CONCERT & EVENT SEASON WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT THIS EVENT! STAY TUNED - WE HAVE BEEN PROGRAMMING A FANTASTIC SEASON OF OPEN FRIDAY @ SOBE MUSIC INSTITUTE, MUSIC UNITES & MUCH MORE - OUR SEASON BEGINS ON OCTOBER 17!
A NEW series of classic silent films with LIVE accompaniment! A collaboration between KINO, The Miami Beach Cinematheque and SoBe Music Institute. The Second in this new series is this Sunday August 24, 2008 8:00PM
Photo: Gloria Swanson by Edward Steichen©, 1924
SILENTS PLEASE! Gloria Swanson in ''Queen Kelly.''The KINO score of the film will be supplemented by a
LIVE performance by guitarist Ryoji Yamaguchi from SoBe Music Institute
LOCATION: MBC 512 Española Way at Plaza España, Miami Beach - TICKETS: $12 or $10 MBC Members/Students/Seniors Online Ticket Sales - Miami Beach Film Society: (305) 67-FILMS (673-4567)
QUEEN KELLY (Erich Von Stroheim/USA/1928)
Starring Gloria Swanson as “Queen Kelly”
In 1928, after years of struggles within the studio system, master director Erich Von Stroheim found the opportunity to create his crowning achievement: a romance of intoxicating beauty, counterbalanced with moral corruption. Gloria Swanson, powerful in 1928 enough to be both star and producer, stars as an innocent convent girl who falls under the spell of a handsome prince on the eve of his marriage to a diabolical queen. Kino presents the critically-acclaimed restoration of Von Stroheim’s epic, which incorporates many of the scenes that caused Swanson to shut down the film.
“A true artist—My God, he had talent” - Orson Welles
SOBE ARTS 2007/2008 EVENT SEASON
FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 2008 7:30PM
INSIDE MUSIC : SMI CHAMBER ENSEMBLE - MODERN TIMES
SMI Chamber Ensemble will include 10 members of our professional faculty and guest artists
April, May & June 2008 Calendar - Open Friday @ SoBe Music Institute
APRIL 11 7:00PM: INSIDE MUSIC - Intimate Sounds: Renaissance Instrumentals
APRIL 18 7:00PM: INSIDE MUSIC - SMI Chamber Ensemble:: Renaissance Dance Music
APRIL 25 7:00PM: ART SPEAKS: Master Composers of the 20th Century - Charles Ives & Edgar Varese
May 2 7:00PM: INSIDE MUSIC - Intimate Sounds: Baroque Terraces
May 9 7:30PM: INSIDE MUSIC - SMI Chamber Ensemble: The Baroque Era
*May 10 10:00AM - Saturday Special: MUSIC UNITES - Peruvian Sounds
May 16 7:30PM: INSIDE MUSIC - Spring Faculty Concert: Classical Style
*May 17 4:00PM - Saturday Special: SMI Student Spring Gala & Picnic
May 23 7:30PM: INSIDE MUSIC - SMI CHAMBER ENSEMBLE : Classical Era "A Night of Serenades & Dreams"
May 30 7:30PM: ARTS SPEAKS - 20th Century Master Composers: Messiaen
* program date change
June 1 4:00PM- Sunday Special: SoBe Music Institute has been invited as one of several organizations to participate in the upcoming Children's Trust Showcase "Growing up with the Arts" at the Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. Music for Youth spring participants will be performing for the Children's Trust Showcase. Free tickets available at Arsht Center Box Office
June 6 7:30PM: INSIDE MUSIC - SMI Chamber Ensemble: The Romantics "Unrequited Love"
June 13 7:30PM: INSIDE MUSIC - Intimate Sounds: 19th & 20th Centuries
June 14 10:00AM - Saturday Special: MUSIC UNITES
(change of date) June 20 7:30PM: ART SPEAKS - 20th Century Master Composers: Earle Brown & Harry Partch
(change of date) June 27 7:30PM: INSIDE MUSIC - SMI Chamber Ensemble: 20th & 21st Century Music
· The Inside Music Series will acquaint local audiences with distinct stages of Western art music, from the end of the medieval period to contemporary times, featuring solo, duet, trios and quartets ("Intimate Sounds") and the SoBe Music Institute Chamber Ensemble.
Open Fridays from April 4 through June 27 are made possible, in part, by the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs through a Community Arts Grant - Series sponsors and individual matching contributions help to keep Open Friday @ SoBe Music Institute free to all. Please consider sponsoring one or more events or donating to SoBe Music Institute today, online through Mystery Park Arts Company, Inc. our 501 (c)(3) non profit arts and education organization, or Contact Silvia Thornton, Office Manager for information on making a tax-deductible contribution to our programs, concerts, instrument & library fund.
· The Art Speaks Series, a monthly multimedia lecture & discussion, will focus on 20th Century Master Composers. Music and its intersections with art and film are presented by composer and Executive Artistic Director Carson Kievman, Ph.D.
· Music Unites, a new series of Saturday morning performances, features musical styles from other countries at the Carl Fisher Clubhouse outdoor plaza. Music Unites is a community project allowing families to learn and experience other cultures through the power of music. Each performance will be interactive, encouraging children and adults to dance and to ask questions about the music and its culture.
SOBE ARTS 2006/2007 EVENT SEASON & NEW BEGINNINGS
- Saturday, October 6, 2007 - 6:00 pm - Free Admission
SMI Ensemble Concert in Flamingo Park. 6:00 pm - Free & Open to the Public. Presented by the City of Miami Beach, Arts in the Parks. Bring a blanket or chair and/or a picnic and enjoy music under the stars (between the pool and tennis courts) - MAP
ARTS IN THE PARKS
SoBe Music Institute Ensemble
In Honor of Hispanic Heritage Week
Astor Piazzola, Heitor Villa-Lobos, J.S. Bach, A. Vivaldi
- Saturday, October 6 & 7, 2007
gustavo matamoros, artistic director iSAW & carson kievman, artistic director SMI present
October 6 & 7, 2007
a microphone building workshop
conducted by isaw’s
resident artist DAVID DUNN
The Micro-Listening Project is an art/science strategy
for increasing the monitoring of our environment
through sound. It hopes to provide new inexpensive
technologies that can facilitate an increase in our
collective environmental sensitivity and discovery
of unknown natural and human-made phenomena,
provide novel tools for sound artists, and contribute
towards practical environmental problem solving.
The project focuses upon the design of inexpensive
but highly effective audio transducer systems for
bio acoustic and sound art monitoring of otherwise
hidden aspects of our auditory environment that are
not audible through use of conventional microphones.
In addition to these technological advancements for
listening, the project seeks to document a wide diversity
of such sound worlds for both demonstration of the
transducers and general aesthetic revelation of our
acoustic environment. Precise instructions on how to
use and construct these devices will be part of this
workshop. The devices are designed to allow as wide
a distribution of their use as possible by both amateurs
sobe music institute
2100 washington avenue
carl fisher clubhouse
8 hour workshop in two parts
saturday, october 6, 2007
6 to 10 PM
sunday, october 7, 2007
1 to 5 PM
- SoBe Music Institute's Summer Concert Gala
First Person -
SoBe Music Institute’s Summer Farewell (MiamiArtZine.com)
Story and Photos by Ray Breslin
Saturday, August 4, 2007
at the 21st Street Auditorium (adjacent to the Institute)
2100 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach (Free Parking behind Auditorium)
Music for Youth Concert 4PM
"Crazy - Beautiful - Funny - Inspiring - Wonderful - Sweet - Cute - Magical ...." ...these are a few of the words that come to mind while thinking how excited our students are while they practice hard to play for YOU. Come and enjoy some lovely performances (ages 6-17)
Faculty Ensemble Concert 7:30PM
BACH, VIVALDI, HAYDN, SCHUBERT, PURCELL, MOZART & MUCH MORE
Performed by Kathleen Bell, Soprano, Cassandra Claude, Soprano, Adam Diderrich, Violin, Rebecca Diderrich, Viola, Ciro Fodere, Piano, Wim Forstmann, Saxophone, Diego Jinkus, Electric Guitar, Oscar Garcia-Montoya, trumpet, Oderlyn Gutiez, Flute, Paul Martin, Classical Guitar, David Morrissey, cello, Viktor Nikolov, Piano, Ariana Ochoa, Piano, Matthew Way, Contrabass
Reception following concerts
Still not sure if you want to attend our Faculty Ensemble Concert.......?
CLICK HERE to watch a video of faculty member Rebecca Diderrich playing J.S. Bach's Prelude & Allemande from Cello Suite No. 2 Arranged for Viola.
CLICK HERE to watch a video of a movement from Franz Schubert's "Trout" Piano Quintet (if shaky hands of our young videographer bothers you - close your eyes and enjoy!)
CLICK HERE to watch Leo Delibes 's Dome Epais (Vocal Duet) from Lakeme
6. July 27 , 2007 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. (followed by refreshments)
Join us for Open Friday at SoBe Music Institute and examples of excerpts from the orchestra repertoire and more.
Click to enjoy Antonio Vivaldi's Concerto in D from last week's Open Friday (click for wmv broadband video) arranged for guitar, violin, flute and piano
Ludwig van Beethoven Flute excerpt from Leonore Overture No. 3 - Oderlyn Gutiez
Claude Debussy Flute excerpt from Prelude l'apres midi d'un faune - Oderlyn Gutiez
Marcel Bitsch 20 Etudes for trumpet - Oscar Garcia-Montoya
Additional Orchestral Excerpts for viola with Rebecca Diderrich\
-and much more-
SoBe Music Institute
at the Carl Fisher Clubhouse
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
This entertaining and educational experience will be followed by refreshments and a chance to mingle with the artists. 305-674-9220 or firstname.lastname@example.org - MAP
5. July 20 , 2007 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. (followed by refreshments)
Open Friday at SoBe Music Institute and performances of Bach, Villa Lobos, Vivaldi and more.
Start you Friday evening off with a lively and stimulating performance of Antonio Vivaldi's Concerto in D in an arrangement for violin, flute, classical guitar and piano performed by our extraordinary faculty members Rebecca Diderrich, Oderlyn Gutiez, Paul Martin and Victor Nikolov. Follow this with a lovely performance of Siciliana from Bach's Sonata in Eb Major for Flute and Harpsichord by Oderlyn Gutiez and Ariana Ochoa. And if that is not enough, let us send you off into the evening humming a beautiful rendition of Hector Villa Lobos popular Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 by guest vocalist Jennifer Wei (Duke University) accompanied by our own incorrigible Paul Martin.
J.S. Bach - Siciliana (2nd Movement) from Sonata in Eb Major for Flute and Harpsichord(Gutiez/Ochoa)
H. Villa Lobos - Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 (Wei/Martin)
A. Vivaldi - Concerto in D (Diderrich/Gutiez/Martin/Nikolov)
Rebecca Diderrich - Violin
Oderlyn Gutiez - Flute
Paul Martin - Guitar
Victor Nikolov - Piano
Ariana Ochoa - Piano
Jennifer Wei - Soprano
4. July 13 , 2007 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. (followed by refreshments)
Interactive Open Rehearsal with members of our award winning faculty - click for video sample - Mozart, 1st Movement from Violin Concerto in E Major (wmv)
After the Open House the kids were inspired - - - click for video sample - Kids Jam Session (wmv)
Open Rehearsal & Discussion with members of our award winning faculty Members Ciro Foderé, Piano, Sunho Kim, Violin, Oscar Garcia-Montoya, Trumpet & Matthew Way, Contrabass 7:00 - 8:30PM
Join us for a public open rehearsal and performances by from our award-winning faculty.
Witness and participate in an open rehearsal and discussion by Oscar Garcia-Montoya, trumpet and Ciro Foderé, piano of Joseph Haydn's Trumpet Concerto in E flat major, which was written in 1796, when he was 64 years old. Also enjoy Gabriel Fauré's Andante op. 75 for violin and piano performed by Sunho Kim and Ciro Fodore as well as J.S. Bach's Two Part Inventions No. 1,2,4 & 8 in an arrangement for violin and contrabass performed by Sunho Kim and Matthew Way
This special entertaining and educational experience will be followed by refreshments and a chance to intermingle. 305-674-9220 or email@example.com - MAP
2100 Washington Avenue
at the Carl Fisher Clubhouse
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
July 13, 2007
3. July 6, 2007 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. (followed by refreshments)
Free Performance and Open Discussion about Electronic/Digital Music with Gustavo Matamoros
Come experience the new music world of electronic and digital sound performance. Did you know that learning to control and perform with digital and electronic devices is very much like learning to play a traditional musical instrument? Gustavo Matamoros is a composer/performer with 20 plus years experience with altered and conceptual soundscapes and electronic music experimentation. In other words, Matamoros has become a virtuosos by way of inspiration and very long and determined practice on his "instrument".
OPEN FRIDAY this week will include a special performance on digital/electronic instruments and an open discussion with the artist about what inspires his creations, how he has survived as one of the true experimentalists in the City of Miami environment and anything else you care to discuss with this wonderful musician.
This special entertaining and educational experience will be followed by refreshments and a chance to intermingle. 305-674-9220 or firstname.lastname@example.org - MAP
2. June 29, 2007 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. (followed by refreshments)
Interactive Open Rehearsal with members of our award winning faculty - click for video sample (wmv)
Ever wonder how musicians prepare for a public concert? Join us for a unique glimpse behind the scenes this Friday while our faculty rehearse musical works that they have seen for the first time. Watch them communicate with each other and piece together the music phrase by phrase. Ask questions of the musicians even as they rehearse. All questions from novices and musicians alike will be welcome. You can even put in your "two-cents." Follow the process as they work out each nuance step by step until the ensemble can play the music all the way through. This special entertaining and educational experience will be followed by refreshments and a chance to mingle with the musicians and fellow participants.
PLEASE RSVP BY 5:00 P.M. FRIDAY JUNE 22 VIA (305) 674 9220 (Space is limited to 58 participants, including faculty, staff and Music for Adults Summer Program Students).
1. June 22, 2007 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. (followed by refreshments)
Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin killed Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Featuring a lecture/discussion led by Executive Artistic Director, Dr. Carson Kievman
Music by Mozart, Haydn & Beethoven performed by our distinguished faculty of professional musician/instructors.
PLEASE RSVP BY 5:00 P.M. FRIDAY JUNE 22 VIA 305 674 9220 (Space is limited to 58 participants, including faculty, staff and Music for Adults Summer Program Students).
June 19, 2007 WSVN Channel 7 Television
On Tuesday, June 19, SoBe Music Institute was feature on WSVN Channel 7 Television in South Florida in a Parent to Parent Feature Segment. by Lynn Martinez. Anchor of 7 News at 5:30, 6:30 & Deco Drive.
"WSVN -- This summer eight-year-old Aurora Cox is putting her fingers to good use and taking up the flute, and mom Antonia is her biggest fan." CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO
June 10, 2007 THE JIM DEFEDE SHOW 940 WINZ Radio
6-6 Sobe Music Institute
Nicole speaks with Carson Kievman, founder of the Sobe Music Institute, offering an innovative summer program to Miami-Dade kids and adults.
To download the pod cast, right-click "Listen" and select "Save As" from the menu.
- Statement of support to the press from Miami Beach Mayor David Dermer:
"I am pleased and excited with the partnership the City has formed with SoBe Music Institute for a summer program at the Carl Fisher Clubhouse within the newly created Cultural Arts Neighborhood District Overlay,” said Miami Beach Mayor David Dermer. “The SoBe Music Institute is exactly what CANDO is all about,” he added.
- Official Inauguration of SoBe Music Institute at the historic Carl Fisher Clubhouse in Miami Beach with a beautiful luncheon for Board Members, Advisors and Supporters (May 24, 2007)
Making Beautiful Music with Summer Programs (MiamiArtsZine.com)
SoBe Music Institute Partners with the City of Miami Beach By Ray Breslin
From left to right, Saul Gross, Charlie Cinnamon,
Carson Kievman. Charlotte Libov, Jacqueline and Horst Kohlem
At table front from from left to right, Connie Gordon. Oderlyn Gutiez, Marc Lawrence, Paul Martin, Jeremy Gauger, Gustavo Matamoros.
In back left to right, Brian, Nadia De Leon, Jenny, Johnny Regan
- SoBe Music Institute (MPA) signs a letter of agreement with the city of Miami Beach for use of the Carl Fisher Clubhouse in the CANDO district for its 2007 Summer Program (May 15, 2007)
- SoBe Music Studio (Mystery Park Arts Company) has initiated our unique After-School Music immersion program at South Point Elementary School (South Beach) - February thru May, 2007
- SoBe Music Studio Ensemble Performed to a sold-out audience at the Bass Museum on Miami Beach in August 2006.
- Mayor's Award MPA Music Camp & MPA City Kids Choir for The City of Miami ( 2006 )
- End of Camp Performances at Miami-Dade Wolfson Auditorium, August 2, 2006
- Operated MPA's SoBe Music Studio Summer Program (Elizabeth Verrick Park) & MPA's SoBe Music Studio City Kids Choir Program (Legion Memorial Park) for the City of Miami - June-August 2006 \
- Mystery Park Arts Company (SoBe Music Studio) invited by the City of Miami to design and operate summer music programs for Instruments and Choir - May 2006
- Best of 2006 - Sun Post
- Best of Miami issue (May 11, 2006) in New Times:
- Three studio pianos have been generously donated to Sobe Music Studio
- Henny Groschel-Becker.
Island Style Consulting & Design
Key Biscayne, Florida
- Lisa Kirkham
- Dr. Claret Vargas
Miami Beach, Florida
Assistant Professor of Spanish
Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
University of Miami
- SoBe Music Studio started its first advertising campaign in March/April
2006 - New Times and PlayBill (Concert Music Association).
- SoBe Music Studio open's it's doors to the first students in late December 2005
- Search begins for qualified music instructors October 2005
- SoBe Music Studio is Founded in September 2005 By Dr. Carson Kievman (under the auspices of Mystery Park Arts Company, Inc. a Not-For-Profit 501 (c) 3 Arts & Educational Organization - founded in 1989).