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Calendar Of Events Music

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Written by on October 26, 2000

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Friday

10/27

FESTIVAL

MIAMI 2000

"Davidovich

plays Beethoven." The legendary Bella Davidovich performs Beethoven’s

Piano Concerto No. 1 with the UM Symphony Orchestra, Thomas Sleeper,

conductor. Also on the program is the Martinu Symphony No. 1. $8-$25.

8 p.m. Maurice Gusman Concert Hall, 1314 Miller Drive, Coral Gables.

Details: (305) 284-4940.

ORIENTE

Afro-Cuban

world music ensemble in concert for the Jazz at MoCA series. 8 p.m.

Outside the Joan Lehman Building, Museum of Contemporary Art, 770

NE 125th St. Details: (305) 893-6211.

JERROD’S

DOOR

In

concert. $6. 9 p.m. Wallflower Gallery, 10 NE Third St. Details: (305)

579-0069.

CHOPIN

FOUNDATION OF THE US

Annual

festival this year features Lori Sims, winner of the 1998 Bachauer

International competition. Sessions are held on the last weekend of

each month, through April, at the same three venues. See Saturday

& Sunday listings for other venues. 7 p.m. Hollywood Central Performing

Arts Center, US 1 at Monroe Street, Hollywood. Details: (305) 868-0624.

Saturday

10/28

FIU

MUSIC FESTIVAL 2000

Kick-off

event is billed as an evening of film, classical music and jazz. The

1926 silent Eisenstein movie "Battleship Potempkin" is screened

while the 85-piece FIU Symphony Orchestra plays an all Dmitri Shostakovitch

program under the direction of Carlos Piantini. A jazz party with

the Woody Herman Orchestra follows. $40; $15 for students. 8 p.m.

Wertheim Performing Arts Center, FIU University Park Campus, 1700

SW 107th Ave. Details: (305) 348-1998.

SWIVEL

STICK

In

concert. $6. 9 p.m. Wallflower Gallery, 10 NE Third St. Details: (305)

579-0069.

CHOPIN

FOUNDATION OF THE US

Annual

festival this year features Lori Sims, winner of the 1998 Bachauer

International competition. Sessions are held on the last weekend of

each month, through April, at three venues. See Friday and Sunday

listings for venues. 7 p.m. Main Library, Fort Lauderdale. Details:

(305) 868-0624.

MIAMI

CHILDREN’S CHORUS

"All

Together Now," a sing-along. 11:30 a.m. West Kendall Regional

Library, 10201 Hammocks Blvd. Details: (305) 662-7494.

Sunday

10/29

FIU

MUSIC FESTIVAL 2000

"The

Goose Girl." An opera for children and their parents based on

a Grimm’s fairy tale. Clowns and cookies will cap off the afternoon.

$10; $5 for students. 2 & 4 p.m. Wertheim Performing Arts Center,

FIU University Park Campus, 1700 SW 107th Ave. Details: (305) 348-1998.

CIVIC

CHORALE OF GREATER MIAMI

With

the Bergonzi String Quartet and Thomas Barrett, baritone. Program

includes Five Mystical Songs by Ralph Vaughan Williams and Missa Brevis

by Franz Joseph Haydn. $10. 8 p.m. Maurice Gusman Concert Hall, 1314

Miller Drive, Coral Gables. Details: (305) 661-2609.

CHOPIN

FOUNDATION OF THE US

Annual

festival this year features Lori Sims, winner of the 1998 Bachauer

International competition. Sessions are held on the last weekend of

each month, through April at the same three venues. See Friday and

Saturday listings for other venues. 7 p.m. Coral Gables Congregational

Church, 3010 Desoto Blvd., Coral Gables. Details: (305) 868-0624.

MIAMI

RAGGAE FESTIVAL

Sponsored

by Jamaica Awareness Inc. 2-10 p.m. AT&T Amphitheater, Bayfront Park,

301 N Biscayne Blvd. Details: (305) 891-2944.

Wednesday

11/1

WILD

& WONDERFUL WITH CRAFT & GEORGE

Airplane

engines, sirens, whistles, fans, vacuum cleaners, six pianos and more

than 30 percussion instruments are assembled for George Antheil’s

1926 Ballet M6canigue. Conducted by Robert Craft. Also on the card

are "other surprises by Roby George and the FIU Wind Ensemble."

$20; $8 for students. 8 p.m. Wertheim Performing Arts Center, FIU

University Park Campus, 1700 SW 107th Ave. Details: (305) 348-1998.

Thursday

11/2

THE

EMPIRE BRASS + 1

Brass

ensembles presents a repertoire of music ranging from Bach and Handel

to Broadway and Duke Ellington. Billed as a concert for the entire

family. $20; $8 for students. 8 p.m. Wertheim Performing Arts Center,

FIU University Park Campus, 1700 SW 107th Ave. Details: (305) 348-1998.

THE

BILLY ROSS QUARTET

Jazz

group in concert. Free. 8-10 p.m. Young Circle Amphitheater, US 1

at Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood. Details: (954) 921-3400.

JACI

VELASQUEZ

With

special guest Plus One. $21.50-$24.40. 8 p.m. Knight Center, 400 SE

Second Ave. Details: (305) 358-5885.

Friday

11/3

EVENING WITH GEORGE CRUMB

Program

includes "Music for a Summer Evening." Mr. Crumb will get

a special award. $20; $8 for students. 8 p.m. Wertheim Performing

Arts Center, FIU University Park Campus, 1700 SW 107th Ave. Details:

(305) 348-1998.

JOSH

SMITH & THE FROST

Debut.

6 p.m. Bud Stage. Fort Lauderdale Blues Festival, Commercial Boulevard,

Fort Lauderdale. Details: (954) 797-5086.

Saturday

11/4

NODUS

Billed

as a concert of the unusual. Musicians perform the electronic sounds

of Burns plus the unexpected and unpredictable sounds of Ben-Amot,

Garcia, Kaufman, Stucky, Schwartz and Golijov. Free. 4 p.m. FIU Biscayne

Bay Campus, Biscayne Boulevard at 154th Street. Details: (305) 348-1998.

THE

BLUES AT ITS BEST

Kansas

City’s famed jazz blues singer Kevin Mahogany and his quartet team

up with jazz hall of famer Richard Dunscomb and the FlU Big Band.

$30; $10 for students. 8 p.m. Wertheim Performing Arts Center, FIU

University Park Campus, 1700 SW 107th Ave. Details: (305) 348-1998.

THE

BABOONS

In

concert. $6. 9 p.m. Wallflower Gallery, 10 NE Third St. Details: (305)

579-0069.

Sunday

11/5

DRANOFF

WINNERS PLAY AMERICAN MUSIC

Six

team winners of the Murray Dranoff Duo Piano Competition will perform

a concert of all-American music, including works by Bernstein, Copland

and Foss. $20; $10 for students. 4 and 8 p.m. Wertheim Performing

Arts Center, FIU University Park Campus, 1700 SW 107th Ave. Details:

(305) 348-1998.

20TH

CENTURY PIONEERS

J.B.

Floyd on piano, with guest artists. 4 p.m. Clarke Recital Hall, 5501

San Amaro Drive. Details: (305) 284-4886.

THE

MOSTLY BAROQUE PLAYERS

Commemorating

the 250th anniversary of the composer Bach’s death. $18; $12. 4 p.m.

St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, 1142 Coral Way, Coral Gables. Details:

(954) 340-7067.

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