Thursday, April 3, 2008

E-incubator Entertainment Newsletter

SAVE THE DATE APRIL 5TH

Spoken Word
Amy Baez

Deborah Magdalena

Flo

Isaida Ortiz

Laurie

Lela Lombrado

Marisol

Mcee Raven

Shamelle Jenkins


Photography
Susan Alvarez

Alissa Christine

Johari Creations
Fine Art

Elizabeth Baez

TEE Davis



Fashion
Lily Rose Creations

Amaloa Bonvecchio

Infinte Dress By Lydia Silvestry

APRIL 5TH - SWAN Spoken Soul Showcase

The White Room

1306 North Miami Avenue Miami , FL 33136

305-995-5050

www.whiteroommiami.com


POETIC SEVEN
http://www.myspace.com/spokensoulshowcase

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MIAMI BEACH DANCE FESTIVAL LEAPS ONSTAGE

APRIL 3-13, 2008

Schedule of Events:



April 3

Opening Night Fandango Party

7:30 PM at Miami Beach Botanical Garden

Featuring Ballet Contemporaneo de Oaxaca and live music

Complimentary Hors doeuvres, Cash Bar, Admission Free



April 4

Special Guest Artists: Ballet Hispanico

8:00 PM at Dade County Auditorium

Tickets $25-$50/Students & Seniors $12



April 5

Ballet Contemporaneo de La Ciudad de Oaxaca

From Oaxaca , Mexico

8:00 PM at Byron Carlyle Theater

Tickets $22/Students & Seniors $11



April 6

Momentum Dance Company

7:00 PM at Byron Carlyle Theater

Tickets $22/Students & Seniors $11



April 8

Film Night featuring All That Jazz

Lecture Dancing on Broadway by former Broadway dancer Christine Bailey

Miami Beach Cinematheque

Lecture 8:00 PM /Film 8:30 PM

Tickets $10 Cinematheque Members



April 9

BrazzDance Theater

8:00 PM at Byron Carlyle Theater

Tickets $22/Students & Seniors $11



April 10

Reception for Festival artists, sponsors & patrons

7:00 PM Touch Restaurant



April 11

Florida Dance Theatre

Chamber Ballet from Lakeland

8:00 PM at Byron Carlyle Theater

Tickets $22/Students & Seniors $11



April 12

Momentum Dance Company

8:00 PM at Byron Carlyle Theater

Tickets $22/Students & Seniors $11



April 13

Ballet Flamenco La Rosa

7:00 PM at Byron Carlyle Theater

Tickets $22/Students & Seniors $11



Festival Master Classes

April 5

10:00 AM Modern Dance with Laura Vera of Ballet Contemporaneo de Oaxaca

12:00 noon Latin Dance workshop with members of Ballet Hispanico

April 12

10:00 AM Ballet with Carol Krajecic of Florida Dance Theatre

12:00 noon Afro-Brazilian Dance with Odman Felix of Momentum Dance Company

All master classes $15 in advance $20 at the door







Ballet Hispanico Dancers

For information call 305-858-7002

Online ticketing at www.momentumdance.com.

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WHO:
Delray String Quartet – Mei Mei Luo, violin; Laszlo Pap, violin; Richard Fleischman, viola; Ian Maksin, ‘cello.

WHAT:
Sunday, April 6 at 4:00 p.m.
String Quartet #1 – 3 movements: S. Rachmaninov
String Quartet #2: R. Schumann
Surprise encore and yearly party for subscribers

WHERE:

Colony Hotel and Cabana Club, 525 East Atlantic Avenue , Delray Beach , FL Parking available at rear of hotel.

Series of Five Concerts for $150 per subscription, or Single Admission for $35.

Phone 561.213.4138 for reservations – seating is limited to 130, first come first served. www.delraystringquartet.com

WHO: University of Miami Frost Opera Theater Double Bill

WHAT: Mozart’s “Bastien and Bastienne” AND Purcell’s “Dido and Aeneas”

WHEN: Thursday through Saturday, April 10 – 12 at 8 p.m. AND Sunday, April 13 at 3 p.m.

WHERE: Maurice Gusman Concert Hall, 1314 Miller Drive , on the University of Miami ’s Coral Gables campus.

TICKETS: $20 General; $10 Senior, $5 UM Students, Faculty and Staff (April 10th performance free for UM Students, Faculty and Staff). For tickets and information call (305) 284-4886.

Contact: Alan Johnson, Director, Frost Opera Theater 305.284.2161 x7932



The critically acclaimed Master Chorale of South Florida returns to the Knight Concert Hall stage on Friday, April 11 with over 200 singers and musicians to perform one of the most popular choral works of all time – Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana. Hailed by The New York Times as “a choral masterpiece,” Carmina Burana’s primal rhythms and bawdy secular text has crossed over from the concert stage to hundreds of television commercials, video games and movies, including The Doors, Excalibur, and Natural Born Killers.



For this one-night-only performance, the Master Chorale of South Florida will be joined on stage by the Boca Raton Symphonia, Miami Children’s Chorus and guest soloists soprano Suzan Hanson, tenor John Duykers and baritone Donnie Ray Albert.



This performance is sponsored by Your South Florida Lexus Dealers.



Comprised of the finest classical singers in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach and led by artistic director and conductor Jo-Michael Scheibe, the Master Chorale of South Florida has thrilled audiences for five seasons with such beloved masterpieces as Brahms’ German Requiem, Vaughn-Williams’ Dona Nobis Pacem, Mozart’s Requiem and Mass in C minor, Schubert’s Mass in E-flat Major, the concert version of Verdi’s Il Trovatore, and Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with The Cleveland Orchestra.



Soprano Suzan Hanson is a frequent guest on the concert stage, performing lead roles in classical operas, concert repertoires and contemporary and standard musical theater. Her most recent appearances include the world premiere of Orpheus X for the American Repertory Theater, which was also featured at the Edinburgh Festival in August 2007, and Nixon in Nixon in China for Arena di Verona, Italy .



Tenor John Duykers is a frequent performer with symphony orchestras throughout the United States and has appeared with many of the leading opera companies of the world, including the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Royal Opera Covent Garden, Frankfurt Opera, National Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, to name a few.



Baritone Donnie Ray Albert regularly performs with opera companies throughout the world, including leading roles in I Pagliacci (Houston Grand Opera), Il Trovatore (Florentine Opera of Milwaukee), and Aida (Cincinnati Opera), and performances as the four villains villains in Les Contes d’Hoffman, Cavalleria Rusticana, I Pagliacci, and Frank in Die Tote Stadt with the Cologne Opera in Germany .



Tickets
Tickets for the Master Chorale of South Florida performance of Carmina Burana are $15-$55 and are available through the Adrienne Arsht Center box office at (305) 949-6722 or online at www.arshtcenter.org.



Groups of 15 or more receive discounts up to 50%. Contact (786) 468-2326.

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The third annual Delray Beach Film Festival returns this year from May 6-11, 2008, leaner and more exciting than ever, bringing high-quality independent short and feature-length films and documentaries , panels and workshops, concerts, screenwriter and filmmaker contests, actors, celebrities, and parties, to the picturesque village by the sea.

Says Michael Posner, a 30-year resident of Delray Beach and Director of the DBFF, “This year’s film festival will be more intimate. We will keep everything in downtown Delray Beach , within walking distance of the Colony Hotel, 525 East Atlantic Avenue , our host hotel. All of the films will be screened on Atlantic Avenue , either at Old School Square , the Crest Theatre and our new venue, the Delray Beach Public Library. I want to attract more local people to come out and experience independent filmmaking at its best.”

The Delray Beach Film Festival is a true independent film festival that has stayed close to its roots and mission of making available original and independent films not ordinarily seen in mainstream movie theaters that typically showcase large, Hollywood budget studio films to the movie-going public.













Entertainment Industry Incubator

Miami Beach, FL 33139

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www.eincubator.org

The Entertainment Industry Incubator, Inc. is a Florida not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization celebrating its 10th year dedicated to furthering the growth of local entertainment based businesses, organizations and individuals. The Incubator can be a fiscal agent and is a facilitator and clearinghouse for information and resources in order to help promote development of local talent for artistic and economic gain.

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