21 hours ago | Things To Do
If musical talent was encoded in our DNA, Carlos Averhoff Jr. inherited a genetic boon. Born in Havana to Cuban saxophone legend Carlos Averhoff Sr., his official bio playfully claims that he learned to play in the womb, and one can easily envisio...
15 days ago | Dance
Daily, Michelle Grant-Murray regularly steps into the varied roles of mother-wife-daughter-teacher-dancer-choreographer, so it is no surprise that her latest solo work, Kahina, A Tangled Root, is an exploration of the female body in all of its com...
17 days ago | Things To Do
Marc Ribot’s musical career spans multiple decades, and even more sounds. His lush guitar riffs have played with everyone from Tom Waits and John Zorn to Elvis Costello and Norah Jones. This week, for the first time in his storied career, Tigertai...
22 days ago | Things To Do
Havana Habibi, a film by local dancer Tiffany “Hanan” Madera, has been in the works for more than a decade. Havana Habibi documents Madera’s experience teaching belly dance in Cuba to a small group of women from the University of Havana’s History ...
1 month ago | Dance
In Andalucía, Spain’s southernmost region and the birthplace of flamenco, during the dog days of summer the sun doesn’t go down until after 10:00 p.m., and it’s only then that any self-respecting flamenco festival kicks into gear. The beer and win...
2 months ago | Dance
On August 20-22nd, the Ifé Ilé Afro-Cuban Dance Festival returns to Miami for its 17th year. Annually, the festival offers workshops, panel discussions and performances of Cuban dance and music, led by visiting artists and masters in the field. Th...