Stories with 'music' tag

Murphy’s Law at Gramps

Wednesday | September 5th 2018 8:00PM (Doors) | 8:30PM (Show) | All Ages Heroes Live Entertainment presents Murphy’s Law, The Goddamn Gallows & More Hardcore Meets The Gutter – 2018 Tour Tickets: http://ticketfly.com/event/1730873 Info: http://HeroesLiveEnt.com Gramps | 176 NW 24th St | Miami (Wynwood) | 305.699.2669 – Murphy’s Law Facebook: http://facebook.com/Murphyslawnyhc/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/murphyslawnyhc Instagram: http://instagram.com/murphyslawnyc/ Murphy’s Law never abandoned the Hardcore scene or their […]

/ July 30, 2018


Happy Hour at Pizza Tropical w/ Haute Tension

Join us 4-7 every Wednesday for a new weekly series at Gramps during Happy Hour! Music on the patio hosted by Haute Tension featuring a new guest every week. This week’s guest: Dracula https://miamidracula.bandcamp.com/ Enjoy live music, cheap drinks and good pizza midweek🍕 www.Gramps.com Hautetensionband.com

/ July 30, 2018


BPM Vol. 4 – Muning, gry.clds, Sohn Jamal, Lautlos, Black Ant

Muning gry.clds Sohn Jamal Lautlos Black Ant GOTM: James Bond 007 BPM is a monthly electronic club night showcasing the best of South Florida’s diverse beatmaker scene. Come vibe, play video games, and dance the night away. Space Mountain Miami is a grass root space for unfettered experimentation among artists and community.

/ July 16, 2018


La Rondine

La Rondine is an Italian comic opera set in mid-19th century Paris and the French Riviera. Created by Giacomo Puccini in 1916, it tells the love story between a woman from high society and a naïve younger man of lesser means. The story twists and turns through the tumultuous times of true love. Miami Music […]

/ June 25, 2018


Stravinksy’s Petrushka – MMF Concerto Competition Winners’ Concert with the MMF Orchestra

Featuring the MMF Concerto Competition Winners Joel Smirnoff, Conductor Each season, the Miami Music Festival hosts a symphony concert devoted entirely to winners of the MMF Concerto Competition. Multiple winners are featured as soloists alongside the MMF Orchestra for one movement of a standard concerto. This season, the winners will perform a concerto with the […]

/ June 25, 2018


Miami Music Festival Wagner Institute Die Walküre Act II with Concept, Set Design and Direction by Antoine Wagner Lohengrin Act II

The Miami Music Festival’s Wagner Institute advances Richard Wagner’s legacy of using an opera’s theatrics as part of the “total art” through innovations focused on technology,. This season, Wagner’s great-great-grandson, Antoine Wagner, makes his directorial debut, creating the concept, set design and direction for Act II of Die Walküre – the continuance of Wagner’s 4-opera […]

/ June 25, 2018


Shostakovich Symphony No. 10 – Miami Music Festival Orchestra

Shostakovich began his Symphony No. 10 only a few months after Joseph Stalin’s death. It has been rumored to be a musical portrait of the Communist dictator and to include many covert anti-Stalin protests, thus creating an intense score with brooding moments that eventually crash into a slower, calmer finale. The MMF Orchestra, conducted by […]

/ June 25, 2018


BPM VOL. 3

TIDUR. Dr. LaFlow Ashiyushi Sohn Jamal Lautlos FREE SUPER SMASH BROS ALL NIGHT $5 cover. The third installment of Space Mountain’s monthly showcase of the best beatmakers of South Florida’s diverse beat scene. Come to hang, groove, and play Super Smash Bros. all night long. —————————– Space Mountain is located at 738 NW 62nd Ave, […]

/ June 19, 2018


Make Music Day is taking over Miami. Here’s how you can join in.

Performance from 2017 Make Music Day. PC: Brett Hufziger The New Tropic Creative Studio recently chatted with Justin Trieger, one of the organizers of Make Music Day Miami, who gave us the lowdown on the history behind the holiday and what we can expect this year. What exactly is Make Music Day? No bogus holiday […]

/ June 18, 2018


Follies: National Theater Live

Stephen Sondheim’s legendary musical is staged for the first time at the National Theatre and broadcast live to cinemas. New York, 1971. There’s a party on the stage of the Weismann Theatre. Tomorrow the iconic building will be demolished. Thirty years after their final performance, the Follies girls gather to have a few drinks, sing […]

/ May 19, 2018