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Faculty Ensemble
Concert in Flamingo Park

CELEBRATE HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH

Arts in the Parks Returns for Second Season on Saturday, October 6, 6:00 p.m.

Flamingo Park, 10 Street & Jefferson Ave. Bring your beach chairs and towels for the second season opening of Miami Beach's free cultural monthly series -- Arts in the Parks. Celebrate the sounds of Hispanic Heritage Month as the SoBe Music Institute Faculty Ensemble performs to music by Astor Piazzolla, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Bach and Vivaldi.


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Open Friday at SoBe Music Institute

Open Rehearsal for our upcoming free park concert. Free and Open to the Public - This Friday September 28, 2007 at 6:30pm CARL FISHER LOGO

Ever wonder how musicians prepare for a public concert?

 

Join us for a unique glimpse behind the scenes this Friday while our faculty rehearses some of the musical works that will be performed at our concert in Flamingo Park on October 6.  Both entertaining and educational this evening be a unique opportunity to watch a rehearsal in progress by professional musicians.  Watch them as they piece together the music phrase by phrase.  After the rehearsal the audience may ask questions of the musicians and join us for refreshments.  Music by Astor Piazzolla, Antonio Vivaldi and J.S. Bach.

ebonee Ebonee Thomas, flute claudioface Claudio Garay, classical guitar viktorface Viktor Nikolov, piano & harpsichord
YukiYuki Lee Numata, violin hanna Hannah Cho, violin 
davidmface David Morrissey, cello
 
And others.....
 
Event Info
SoBe Music Institute
2100 Washington Avenue
(Carl Fisher Clubhouse)
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Friday, September 28, 2007
6:30AM-8:00PM
Continuing Fall Registration
You know, the fun and learning are just getting started, You can still register for our Fall Music Programs 




REGISTER ONLINE NOW (Registration will continue until all groups and classes are full - enrollment limited. Private Lessons always available)

After-School Music Programs

  • Group I Monday, Wednesday 3:30-5:00 pm (ages 6-11).  flute, violin, guitar, piano.
  • Group II Tuesday, Thursday 3:30-5:00 pm (ages 6-11). flute, violin, guitar, piano, trumpet, percussion
  • Group III Tuesday & Thursday 5:30-7:00 pm (ages 6 -17). flute , guitar, violin, saxophone, trumpet, cello, trombone, piano
  • new Group IV Tuesday & Thursday 2:00-3:30 pm (PreK/k ages 3-5)new 
  • Group V Monday, Wednesday 5:00-6:30 pm (ages 6-17):  violin, flute, guitar, piano, trumpet, cello, trombone, saxophone.

This fourteen-week program is designed to introduce children and teens to the wonderful world of music through the use of unique interactive computer music programs, musicianship classes, private instruction and performance activities. Our instructors worked with the children and teens to promote learning and experiencing music without intimidation. The program concludes with concert open to the public. The unique and multifaceted immersion program is designed not only to be fun and exciting, but also to help the students develop a deepened sense of musical phrase, structure and form, as well as improve their performance skills. Next year, we will also be providing a new musical theater component to the program Monday through Friday and a Music Program for Toddlers will be scheduled in the mornings starting in January, 2008.

newSaturday & Weekday Group Classes for children & adults
 
newPop & Jazz Vocal Ensemble Classes for children & adults

Private Instruction

SoBe Music Institute has received a matching grant from the Firestone Family Foundation!  Please give a donation now to maximize your impact on the future of a world-class institute of the arts in Miami-Dade County.

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Thanks to the Firestone Family Foundation any donation for SoBe Music Institute this year will be matched on a one to one basis by the generosity of the foundation - Every time our supporter's donations reach $1,000, the foundation will donate another $1,000 to the institute (up to $5,000).   This could mean up to $10,000 for our mission!  SoBe Music Institute offers high quality instruction to children, seniors and adults based on desire, talent and potential apart from someone's socio-economic situation - we need everyone's help to continue our mission.    Every $1 raised is $2 for the Institute and impacts our goal of a world-class Institute of the Arts for Miami Beach and Greater Miami-Dade County. If you were thinking of making a tax-deductible donation to us by the end of the year, now is a perfect time to maximize the impact you make on quality arts education in all our communities.

For more information or to offer a matched donation call us today at (305) 674-9220

 

Thank you for your generosity, even a donation of $25 will make a big difference if all our friends participate.  All donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law through our nonprofit 501 (c) (3) arts and education parent organization, Mystery Park Arts Company, Inc.

 
Volunteers, Interns and in-kind contributions needed as well
Micro Listening Workshop at SoBe Music Institute 
DAVID DUNN
ISAW Interdisciplinary Sound Arts Workshop
Gustavo Matamoros, Artistic Director
 
 October 6 & 7, 2007

MICRO-LISTENING
a microphone building workshop
conducted by isaw's
resident artist DAVID DUNN


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Our Partner, ISAW Interdisciplinary Sound Arts Workshop, is presenting a 2-day Sound Arts Workshop at SoBe Music Institute.
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 bioacoustic 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 and professionals.
 
For Information call 305 981 0600.

For details, please visit
www.isaw.info
 
gustavo matamoros
artistic director iSAW
ISAW
 
SoBe Music Institute
2100 Washington Avenue
(Carl Fisher Clubhouse)
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
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