Founder and President, who was awarded "Entrepreneur of the Year" by the Coconut Grove Chamber of Commerce, prize given for excellence in business and to people whose efforts make the community better and brighter. Click link for full article
Children will enjoy and get exposed to a diverse range of piano stylings when the award-winning duo Kirk Whipple and Marilyn Morales take the stage at the Miami Conservatory of Music Recital Hall in Coconut Grove at 3:30 pm on Saturday, April 11. That and they’ll enjoy snacks, an optional baking class and an instrument petting zoo as part of a “concert in three acts of music, food and education” specifically created for young people by Anne Chiheportiche of Musimelange. Read full article at Coconut Grove Times
Featured in the Coconut Grove Grapevine on June 19, 2013.
Rose Max, South Florida’s popular Brazilian singer and jazz stylist will headline this year’s Fete de la Musique Coconut Grove on Friday, June 21 from 7 to 11 pm. Rose started singing with the Octeto Rio Orchestra in Rio de Janeiro nightspots and backed up some of Brazils most renowned singers before moving to Miami in 1993. She and Ramatis Moraes will play jazz, bossa nova and samba at LuLu’s on Commodore Plaza and Main Highway in Coconut Grove from 7-10 pm. Down the street at Jaguar Café, jazz aficionados will be able to hear Latin Grammy winner Federico Britos (above) as the jazz violinist and his trio perform classic and Nuevo jazz as well as global music.
By Lawrence Budmen
Sat Dec 31, 2011
The viola is sometimes viewed as the neglected child of the string family, often assigned inner lines and figuration in chamber and orchestral scores. 2011 has proved a banner year for the instrument in South Florida. A superb recital in April by Yuri Bashmet and Kim Kashkashian’s recent program of works by America composers for SoBe Arts’ American Masterworks Festival displayed the instrument’s range and versatility to impressive effect. Violist Nathan Schram and pianist Marina Radiushina, both members of New York’s esteemed Ensemble ACJW, presented a varied program Friday night at the recital hall of the Miami Conservatory of Music in Coconut Grove.
David Fernandez, a student of Prof. Andres Trujillo, won First Price at the Ray Millete Concerto Competition. He was featured among the Young Winners of this comepetition last Sunday, April 17, at the last Alhambra Orchestra Concert "South Florida's Got Talent".
Featured in the Coconut Grove Grapevine on Sunday, June 05, 2011.
The event brought a lot of new faces out for Gallery Walk and many of the other gallery owners left their gallery for a bit to check out the performance. It's something that will be repeated again maybe in other areas of the Grove, so that everyone gets a little piece of culture. As someone told me, it's more than just about the art, it's about the community involvement and the mixing and mingling of friends and the whole live scene.
Featured in the Coconut Grove Grapevine on Sunday, November 7, 2010.
Looks like a new trend is starting on Gallery Walk days, the music is starting early. The Windisch-Hunt Gallery held the Peace Flags Concert and at the same time, the Miami Conservatory of Music had classical music performances right outside their school, beside the water fountain.
Featured in the Coconut Grove Grapevine on October 4, 2010.
The Miami Conservatory of Music added a lot of high-end culture to Saturday night's Gallery Walk. They had performances all night at their end of the Mayfair Promenade, which is a little world unto itself. Alain Orbiz on cello, Andres Trujillo on violin and Jose Alfredo Fernandez on guitar enchanged the audience.
Featured in the Coconut Grove Grapevine on Monday, August 20, 2010.
The Miami Conservatory of Music opened right on schedule last week, for the first day of school. There's a lot of orange coming from that building now, along with lots of music and talent.
Featured in the Coconut Grove Grapevine on Wednesday, August 18, 2010.
There will be a lot of music emanating from the Mayfair Promenade starting next week, because the Miami Conservatory of Music is moving in. They're coming from Oak Avenue, just a block away.