Calendar Of Events Music
Written by Miami Today on February 24, 2011
Tony and Emmy Award winner Hal Linden plays a clarinet tribute to Benny Goodman, Big Band sounds and hits from his latest CD "…It’s Never Too Late." 8 p.m. Robert Russell Theater at the Alper JCC, 11155 SW 112th Ave., Miami. $35. Details: (305) 271-9000 ext. 268 or www.alperjcc.org.
Singer Nicole Henry performs Great American Songbook selections outdoors as part of the Jazz at MOCA/AP Beach Series. 8 p.m. Museum of Contemporary Art, 770 NE 125th St., North Miami. Free. Details: (305) 893-6211 or www.mocanomi.org.
The Delray String Quartet performs "The Devil and the Bohemian: Liszt & Dvorak." Program includes concert, introduction to the composers and pieces, and a wine-and-cheese reception. 4 p.m. Feb. 27. St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 2750 McFarlane Road, Coconut Grove. Children 12 and under are free. $15 students. $20 others. Details: (651) 213-4138 or www.delraystringquartet.com.
Soprano Kathleen Bell performs in concert, accompanied by Liera Antropova on the piano and Elena Olondo on the flute. 3 p.m. Arts at St. Johns, 4760 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach. $15 online. $20 at the door. Details: (305) 613-2325 or firstname.lastname@example.org or www.artsatstjohns.com.
Singer Wendy Pederson and pianist Jim Gasior perform as part of the Jazz at the UU Concert Series. 4 p.m. Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Miami, 7701 SW 76th Ave., South Miami. $10 students. $15 adults. Cash only. Details: (305) 667-3697 or http://tinyurl.com/uuconcert.
The Miami Bach Society’s annual celebration of early music, the Tropical Baroque Music Festival XII, returns. Featured artists include Paolo Pandolfo — a master of the viola da gamba — Thomas Boysen of Norway, musician and scholar Pedro Memelsdorff and soprano Barbara Zanichelli. Times vary. Ends March 5. Locations vary. $5-$50. Details: (305) 669-1376 or www.miamibachsociety.org.
Italian early-music ensemble Giardino Armonico, which won a 2011 Grammy Award for "Best Classical Vocal Performance," performs for the first time in South Florida as part of the Miami Bach Society’s Tropical Baroque Music Festival. The program, "A Venezia," includes the works of Dario Castello, Giovanni Legrenzi and Antonio Vivaldi. 8 p.m. St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 5690 S Kendall Drive, Miami. Students 18 and under free. $5 college and graduate students. $30-$45 others. Details: (305) 669-1376 or www.miamibachsociety.org.