South Florida Arts Beat

Every Friday at 1:00 PM on 91.3 WLRN-HD1
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At the helm of  WLRN's South Florida Arts Beat program is host, Ed Bell. Along with a team of equally knowledgeable and creative contributors, he brings his world of experience in the arts to the fore, and lets us know what's out there for us to see, hear and enjoy.  From probing interviews with artists to lively discussions with curators and impresarios, to unique live music performances, you'll be up to speed on the arts with Ed Bell and South Florida Arts Beat on 91.3 WLRN-HD1. .

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11/23/12 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, Beth Boone shares her excitement about a new season of cutting-edge presentations from Miami Light Project. Film critic, Dan Hudak, previews the Miami Short Film Festival with Founder William Vela and Director of Events, Karla Merrell. Executive Director, Pamella Dearden, describes the Gold Coast Jazz Society’s new season now under way. Our calendar features Jody Horne-Leshinsky with enticing arts events in Broward County. Catch the conversation and information Friday on South Florida Arts Beat at 1:00pm.

Jazz Fusion Quartet Aaron Lebos Reality Performs Live

Nov 16, 2012
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11/16/12 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat you can enjoy another concert from our Miami studios. Aaron Lebos Reality performs compositions from their latest recording. This modern Jazz guitarist is a graduate of the prestigious University of Miami Frost School of Music Jazz/Studio Music Program and Florida International University.  He’s also a veteran of the road having worked with numerous Latin Pop stars throughout the last decade.

Tobacco Road's 100th Anniversary

Nov 16, 2012
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It’s been a watering hole that has seen Miami grow from an insect-infested swamp town to a city of millions, gateway to Latin America. It’s weathered the worst of Miami and the best – all to the beat of South Florida’s music scene. No pretensions in this joint. It’s real, it’s genuine – it’s Tobacco Road. South Florida Arts Beat contributor, Chris DeAngelis, reveals the life of Miami’s booze and blues legend.

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11/09/12 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, classical arts contributor, Charles Greenfield, previews a new season of the Florida Grand Opera with Justin Moss.  Film maker Andrew Hevia describes his new documentary, Rising Tide: A Story of Miami Artists, which premieres on WLRN, Channel 17 next Wednesday at 8:00pm.

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11/02/12 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, Founder and Executive Producer, Larry Rosen, joins us to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the legendary Jazz record label, GRP Records. Mr. Rosen is also the founder and Executive Producer of the Arsht Center’s Jazz Roots Series which opens this weekend. The Miami Jazz Festival premieres November 17th. Founder and Musical Director, Carmen Cartiglia shares his excitement about this exciting five year project at the Klipsch Amphitheater at Bayfront Park in Miami.

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10/26/12 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, we’ll talk with the new Broward County Arts Teacher of the Year.  We’ll also find out about a new, five year commitment that brings the Miami-Nice Jazz Festival to downtown Miami’s Olympia Theatre this weekend. Judith Bishop interviews Lissette Mendez, a co-producer of the 29th Annual Miami Book Fair International. Bill Nix delivers our arts calendar featuring enticing events in Palm Beach County. Catch the conversation and information  Friday on South Florida Arts Beat at 1:00pm.

South Florida Jazz Orchestra Performs Live

Oct 12, 2012
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10/12/12 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, our area’s premiere big band, the South Florida Jazz Orchestra under the direction of Chuck Bergeron, performs compositions from their latest recording, Trumpet Summit.  Featuring original Bergeron and Brian Lynch compositions and grand standards, the band’s new arrangements are fresh and quite exciting.

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This week on South Florida Arts Beat, Ibis Romero describes the swingin’ 5th Annual Sunny Isles Beach Jazz Festival. Multiple performance locations and Jazz styles will be offered this year. Guiding light of Seraphic Fire, Patrick Dupre-Quigley, speaks about their exciting, new season. Judith Bishop talks with the Miami native starring in Rock of Ages opening at the Arsht on the 9th. Our calendar features Andy Newman with enticing events in the Florida Keys. Tune in South Florida Arts Beat and catch the conversation and information Friday at 1:00pm. 

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On this fundraising edition of South Florida Arts Beat, we’ll meet Miami City Ballet’s new Artistic Director, Ms. Lourdes Lopez. Charles Greenfield speaks with this highly accomplished, Ballanchine-trained, Cuban-born, success story now leading Miami’s internationally renowned ballet company. Also, Cuban-born New Music composer and Director of the School of Music at FIU, Dr. Orlando Jacinto Garcia, shares his excitement about a new season of FIU performances taking place all over Miami-Dade County.

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09/21/12 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, Doreen Marx describes a new season of concerts for Sunday Afternoons of Music and Sunday Afternoons of Music for Children. Film critic, Dan Hudak, previews the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival offerings. Dean Shelly Berg shares his excitement about the 29th Annual Festival Miami. Jody Horne-Leshinsky, Interim Director of the Broward Cultural Division, features enticing events on our Broward arts calendar. Catch the conversation and information every Friday on South Florida Arts Beat at 1:00pm.

Amernet String Quartet Performs Live

Sep 14, 2012

09/14/12 - This week on South Florida Arts Beat you can enjoy another performance from our Miami studios. FIU’s Ensemble-In-Residence, the Amernet String Quartet, performs works by Haydn, Mendelssohn, Dvorak and Elliott Carter. Advocates for neglected works of the past as well as committed to the music of our time, this quartet has been delighting and educating audiences of all ages since 1991.

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