Events: July 3, 2022
Ocean Drive Promenade Music Series
Sunday, Jul 3, 2022 at 5:00 PM - English
Come out to the Ocean Drive Promenade for the Miami Classical Music Festival performing Opera/Broadway/Zarzuela. Bring chairs, blankets and a picnic on Sunday at 5 p.m. between 14th and 14th place in Lummus Park!
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The Ocean Drive Association has launched a new resident-centric and family-friendly music series, on Sundays at 5 PM on the (New) Ocean Drive Promenade located between 14th and 14th Place in Lummus Park. In 26 concerts (Feb 3 to July 31, 2022) talented South Florida performers will present concerts that are free and open to the general public. Patrons are encouraged to bring blankets, chairs and refreshments.
See the Spring Line Up: Website.
In April 2022: The Ocean Drive Promenade Music Series will celebrate South Florida Jazz, at 5 PM on Sundays, featuring:
- Jim Gasior (Piano) Trio with LeNard Rutledge (Vocals) – on April 3
- Edgar Pantoja (Piano) Latin Jazz Trio, with Magela Herera (Vocals and Flute) – April 10 held in The Betsy’s Gallery (enter via doors at 1433 Collins Avenue).
- Nicole Yarling (Violin and Vocals) Quartet with Tal Cohen (Piano) – April 17
- Melton Mustafa, Jr. (Sax) Trio with special guest Nicole Henry (Vocals) – April 24
The April Ocean Drive Promenade Concerts are presented in partnership with The Betsy’s 10th Annual Overture to Overtown Jazz Festival and during National Jazz Appreciation Month (“JAM”), created in 2001 at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History to celebrate the heritage and history of American jazz. In the case of rain, April jazz events will be held in The Betsy’s Gallery (enter via doors at 1433 Collins Avenue).
Ocean Drive Promenade
1431 Ocean Drive,
The Year of Magical Thinking
Sunday, Jul 3, 2022 at 8:00 PM - English
Joan Didions haunting account of the sudden and unexpected loss of her husband and their only daughter adapted into a stunning and powerful one-woman play.
GableStage at the Biltmore
1200 Anastasia Avenue,
Sunday, Jul 3, 2022 from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM - English
A casual date turns into a hostage situation. Find out what happens in “Borrowed,” a new play by Tony-winning producer Jim Kierstead, making its World Premiere in Miami. This 2-character emotional thriller touches on universal themes of love and loss, fathers and sons and, ultimately, forgiveness. Tickets priced at $50 can be purchased at website.
Miami Ironside is a unique urban oasis located in the city's historic Little River district. This eco-friendly stretch of shops, cafes, galleries, Eucalyptus trees and butterfly patches features the House of Games (next to Ironside Pizza), an artsy, intimate studio that allows audiences to feel immersed in the performers’ world.
7610 NE 4th Court,
Painting in Excess: Kyiv's Art Revival, 1985-1993
Sunday, Jul 3, 2022 from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM - English
The years following the inception of perestroika policies and encompassing the collapse of the Soviet Union remarkably transformed Kyiv’s art scene, successfully launching Ukrainian contemporary art as a truly global phenomenon. The calm waters of the culturally provincial capital of the Ukrainian Soviet Republic became radically stirred with new and daring art made publicly visible for the first time since the avant-garde period. This explosion of styles, rediscovered histories, and newly found freedoms blossoming against the background of the collapsing Soviet empire, the Chernobyl nuclear disaster of 1986, and increasing economic scarcity created an effect of baroque excess. As if in a crooked mirror, the overabundance in art styles and the limitless production of new meanings reflected the emptiness of the hollowed-out Communist ideology and late socialist realist art. This exhibition traces and documents the diverse artistic manifestations of these transitional and exhilarating years in Kyiv while providing some historical artworks for context.
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All proceeds from the exhibition will go to relief efforts in Ukraine via Razom for Ukraine.
Painting in Excess: Kyiv’s Art Revival, 1985-1993. Organized by Olena Martynyuk, PhD, Rutgers University, Guest Research Curator, with assistance from Julia Tulovsky, PhD, Curator of Russian and Soviet Nonconformist Art at the Zimmerli Art Museum. The exhibition was made possible by the Avenir Foundation Endowment Fund and the Dodge Charitable Trust–Nancy Ruyle Dodge, Trustee, with the assistance of the Abramovych Foundation and Tymofieiev Foundation and with the additional support by the Ukrainian Institute in Kyiv. Its presentation at the Coral Gables Museum is sponsored by a generous grant from The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation with additional support from Allen & June Morris, Thesis Hotel Miami, and Carol & Vincent Damian.
Coral Gables Museum
285 Aragon Avenue,
Forest: Ancestry and Dystopia
Sunday, Jul 3, 2022 at 7:00 PM - English
A unique art exhibition about the Amazaon rain forest, featuring the work of 16 Brazilian artists who chronicle life in the rain forest, including its indigenous people and the forces threatening a vital ecosystem, to the detriment of the planet.
Pablo Atchugarry Foundation
5520 NE 4th Ave,