Jazz for Nothing

The old joke goes, “It’s called free jazz because nobody in their right mind would pay to hear it.” But does that mean when regular jazz is free that nobody in their right mind would listen to it? Well, you don’t have to be in your right mind to enjoy tonight’s concert at the Museum of Contemporary Art, but -- regardless of your mental state -- you certainly won’t have to pay to hear jazz pianist Dmitriy Klevenskiy. The Russian native recently arrived in South Florida but has already been making the scene at illustrious jazzbo hangouts such as the Van Dyke Café and the Ramada Marco Polo. From his Kaliningrad base, though, he has performed throughout Europe and Asia. The music begins at 8:00 p.m. and takes place in front of the museum, so lawn chairs are suggested. (Feel free to bring snacks and beverages.) A donation will get you into the museum anytime between 7:00 and 10:00 p.m. as well. Call 305-893-6211, or visit www.mocanomi.org.
Fri., June 30

 
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