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[MiamiArts] Digest Number 1213
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Author:  LMCtech [ Wed Jul 12, 2006 3:29 pm ]
Post subject:  [MiamiArts] Digest Number 1213

There are 17 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

1. Music at Saint Paul's July 13th at 7:00 pm
From: William

2. Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida FUTURE STARS
From: William

3. Lights Up On Kids - Performance - 101 Dalmatians
From: William

4. FLIFF at Cinema Paradiso - UNCUT , 7/16/2006, 1:00 pm

5. FLIFF at Cinema Paradiso - THE DEVIL AND DANIEL JOHNSTON - 3:00,

6. ArtCenter/South Florida Rolls Out the Welcome Mat for Housewarming
From: William

7. August event at The Atlantic Theater - "Gated Community Improv"
From: William

8. GableStage presents a reading of HER GRACE
From: William

9. Symphony of the Americas Summerfest 2006, 7/16/2006, 3:00 pm

10. South Florida Arts Beat - July '06 Schedule
From: William

11. August Event at The Atlantic Theater - "BYOB" Comedy Night August 19
From: William

From: William

From: William

14. Culture in the CIty: Shakespeare in the Park – The Director’

15. FLIFF at Cinema Paradiso - OUR BRAND IS CRISIS, 7/12/2006, 7:00 pm

16. Afro Cuban Dance Festival, 7/16/2006, 7:00 pm

17. “CORNERSTONE” Experimental Art Space Poetry OPEN MIC,


1. Music at Saint Paul's July 13th at 7:00 pm
Posted by: "William" timoria63
Date: Mon Jul 10, 2006 7:39 am (PDT)

Music at St. Paul’s in Delray Beach Offers
SOMMERABENDMUSIK (“Music for a Summer’s Eve)
featuring Chamber Music South
on Thursday, July 13th at 7:00 pm

Chamber Music South featuring Mei Mei Luo, violinist, Claudio
Jaffe, cellist and Paul Schwartz, pianist, will be offering a concert at St.
Paul’s Episcopal Church - 188 S. Swinton Avenue in Delray Beach on Thursday,
July 13 at 7:00 pm. The program will include Shostakovitch Trio Op. 67 and
Dvorak Trio Op. 90 “Dumky”.
Ms. Mei Mei Luo was born and raised in China during the Cultural
Revolution, began her musical studies at age five on the piano with violin
studies beginning at age eight. Formal studies followed with teacher Tan Shu
Zhen at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, where Ms. Luo graduated with a B.A. in
music. Mei Mei's first professional positions in the United States
were with the Philadelphia Concerto Soloists and as an alternate violinist
for the Muti. Following soon after Ms. Luo's relocation to south Florida in
1988, she secured a position within the 1st violin section of the Florida
Philharmonic Orchestra. Mei Mei currently holds positions with the FAU
Chamber Soloists, Palm Beach Chamber Music Festival, Miami Chamber Symphony -
Concertmaster, as well as the Florida Grand Opera, Associate
Concertmaster. Mei Mei Luo has recorded chamber and orchestral music on the
Klavier, Harmonia Mundi labels.

Mr. Jaffe was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil and began his studies of
cello at age 7. At age 15 he was invited by the distinguished professor of
cello Aldo Parisot to study at Yale University where Mr. Jaffe earned his
undergraduate graduate and doctoral degrees. In master classes and special
workshops, Mr. Jaffe has trained with Yo-Yo Ma, Lynn Harrell, Paul
Tortelier, the Tokyo String Quartet, Janos Starker, Nathaniel Rosen and
Ralph Kirshbaum. Having received many awards and wide recognition, Mr.
Jaffe has appeared as soloist with the Calgary Philharmonic, the Brazilian
Symphony Orchestra under Mehli Mehta, the Hudson Valley Philharmonic, the Delaware
Symphony and in many solo recital concerts in the United States and overseas.

Mr. Paul Schwartz is a native of Miami, Florida. Mr. Schwartz
initially attracted attention when he won First Prize in the Greater Miami
Youth Symphony concerto competition at the age of fifteen. Since then, Mr.
Schwartz has appeared as a recitalist and concerto soloist throughout the
United States, including at the Boss Museum of Art, Gusman Concert Hall, and Bailey
Hall in South Florida; Louisiana State University, Hidden Valley, San Francisco and
in New York City, at both Merkin Hall and Carnegie Hall.
Mr. Schwartz has performed as accompanist in recital with soloists
from the Metropolitan Opera and New York City Opera, and with such
instrumentalists as Frederick Zlotkin, Principal Cello of the New York City
Ballet; Fred Mills, Canadian Brass Trumpet Player for twenty-four years; and
Thomas Stacy, Principal English Horn of the New York Philharmonic. The
American Record Guide noted Schwartz’s playing as “immaculate.”
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church has sponsored Music at St. Paul’s
with its monthly concert series featuring world class musicians for 18
years. The Summer installments on Thursday nights were labeled
SOMMERABENDMUSIK (Music for a Summer’s Eve) by Stuart Gardner former Music Director
of St. Paul’s. Additional concerts in the SOMMERABENDMUSIK will be offered on
Thursday, August 24 at 7:00 pm. The program will feature Bach, Martinu and Brahms.
The regular Music at St. Paul’s monthly concert series on Sundays will resume at
4:00 pm on Sunday, September 24, 2006.
During the months of July and August concerts will take place in
the Parish Hall of St. Paul’s due to repairs being done in the church
sanctuary from damages sustained from Hurricane Wilma.
There is a suggested donation of $10 at the door.
For additional information please contact:
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church,
188 S. Swinton Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida 33444 , 561-276-4541

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2. Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida FUTURE STARS
Posted by: "William" timoria63
Date: Mon Jul 10, 2006 7:40 am (PDT)

FUTURE STARS will be dancing excerpts of the Classical Ballet Don Quixote
along with Modern, Flamenco and Character Dances as Arts Ballet Theatre of
Florida concludes their Summer Intensive Program.

For four weeks ballet students and aspiring young professional dancers have been
intensively training. They have been fortunate to have the opportunity to receive
the knowledge from the finest teachers and coaches in different disciplines of

From the Vaganova Ballet Academy in Saint Petersburg, Mme. Alla Osipenko and Mme.
Yenela Sherstnieva, both stars of the legendary Kirov, now Mariinsky Ballet have
passed their knowledge to these aspiring dancers along with Russian Ballet Master
and Choreographer Vladimir Issaev. In addition, ballerina Iliana Lopez also Ballet
Mistress from Ballet Gamonet – Maximum Dance, joined to complete the first-rate
staff of ballet teachers for the program.

Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida presents the Classical Ballet Seminar of Russian
Technique in conjunction with the Vaganova Ballet Academy of Saint Petersburg to
provide this unique opportunity to serious classical ballet students that are
trained in the Russian method by Aggripina Vaganova.

The program also includes instruction in Modern Dance, and Flamenco. Modern
teacher Josee P. Garant (formerly with Royal Winnipeg Ballet) and Flamenco dancer
Kyoko Terada de Tome have prepared the students who will demonstrate their
achievements in these disciplines as well.

The four-week program culminating with the July 14th performance, includes
students and dancers, representing Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, as well as
outside the state and abroad– namely Aventura Dance Academy, Vladimir Issaev's
School of Classical Ballet; Magda Aunon School of Ballet, Ft. Lauderdale; Ballet
Etudes; Miami City Ballet; Dancer’s Gallery; The School of Boca Ballet Theatre,
and The Harid Conservatory of Boca Raton; Universal Ballet Academy, Washington DC;
Bossov Ballet, Maine; Finis Jhung in New York, Odense City Ballet, Denmark; and
Ballet Concierto de Puerto Rico.

For the July 14 concert, there will be excerpts from the classical ballet “Don

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