Rayme Samuels

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  • 9 years ago | Concerts

    Awe-inspiring traditional African beats fuse with contemporary reggae-rock sounds when Ba Cissoko and his group decide to jam. Born into a musical family in West Africa's Guinea-Bissau, Ba Cissoko is a master of the regional 21-string harp-lute ca...

  • 9 years ago | Concerts

    In accordance with the museum's thematic exploration of the relationship between video and music, Miami Art Central hosts "Images from the Composer's Eyes: A Concert of Works for Video and Video with Instruments," a mélange of musical compo...

  • 9 years ago | Concerts

    Bossacucanova is a premeditated fusion of European electronica and Brazilian bossa nova. The group — DJ Marcelinho DaLua, bassist Márcio Menescal, and keyboardist Alexandre Moreira — offers a wild live performance that includes th...

  • 9 years ago | Concerts

    Raul Ramirez's one-man electronica show deploys computers, synthesizers, laser beams, keyboards, bass, guitar, and electro-acoustic drums. "Ecomusica tries to bring harmony to the environment and its listeners. So I try to contribute my own little...

  • 9 years ago | Concerts

    Citing musical influences such as Eminem, OutKast, Nirvana, and Bob Marley, JD Natasha is an alt-girl rocker with an international flair. The Kendall native's album Imperfect/Imperfecta, a mostly Spanish-language album penned by this young star, t...

  • 9 years ago | Concerts

    A Cuban star who found his way to Miami via Colombia in 1961, Carlos Oliva jammed with Julio Gutiérrez and Willy Chirino. Oliva's stealthy fusion of rock, jazz, samba, son, guaracha, and other Cuban rhythms makes each song sound like an ori...

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