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MIAMI HAPPENINGS CONCERTS & SHOWS January 18 February 7 LENINE THE EMPEROR CONCERTO With a stellar international career spanning three de- Renowned for its distinctive sound and admired for an cades, Brazilian superstar LENINE is making his way to unrivaled legacy of "firsts" in music-making, The Phil- the Arsht Center with a fusion of cultural influences and adelphia Orchestra remains one of the preeminent or¬ a unique song roster, including award-winning favorites chestras in the world. "Ninguem Faz Ideia" and "Martelo Bigorna," as well as www.arshtcenter.org new songs from his tenth album, Chao (Ground in Eng- lish). February 15 MONK & COLTRANE www.arshtcenter.org In celebration of Black History Month, Jazz Roots hon- ors the legacy of two of the most influential musicians in January 19 the history of jazz—Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane. MATISYAHU Headlined by T.S. Monk, critically-acclaimed drummer Matisyahu brings his acoustic show to the Adrienne Ar- and son of icon Thelonious Monk. Joined on stage by sht Center following his sold-out performance in 2011 the supreme musicianship and improvisatory skills of that received rave reviews describing Matisyahu's voice the quintessential jazz vocalists Kevin Mahogany and and stage presence as "tremendous, zen-like, and en¬ Nnenna Freelon and the high-energy quartet of two-time lightening." Grammy Award-winning tenor saxophonist Ernie Watts! www.arshtcenter.org www.arshtcenter.org FESTIVALS, COMMUNITY & CHARITY January 12 January 18-20 AN AFFAIR OF THE ARTS 3 6 T H ANNuAL ART D E C O PERFORMANCE AND GALA WEEKEND Benefits YoungArts Art Deco Weekend draws close to 300,000 people for The evening will begin at the magnificent Olympia The- the three-day event and features more than 85 events, ater at Gusman Center for the Performing Arts with a including: guided tours, film series, lectures, antiques, pre-dinner performance by talented alumni from across art and collectibles vendors, a variety of food vendors, the nation to celebrate the 2013 YoungArts winners. After musical attractions, theatrical performances, dance per¬ the performance, guests will walk across the street to the formances, exhibits, an Art Deco fashion show, classic Historic Alfred I. DuPont Building where music by Youn- automobiles, a parade and much more. gArts alumni will set the stage for an evening of glamour www.artdecoweekend.com and good conversation. For more information please contact gala@youngarts.org or call 305.377.1140. January 19 www.youngarts.org ART DECO VIP GALA Enjoy the jazz, enjoy the cocktails, and enjoy the special January 18-20 treats in our secret, yet-to-be-determined underground 3RD ANNUAL ART DECO & MIMO location on Ocean Drive. Tickets: $85 per person & FURNITURE ExpO & sALE $150 per couple. Buy your tickets online at www.artde- coweekend.com/art-deco-vip-gala/. The exhibit will include premier Art Deco home fur¬ nishings, including accessories, lighting and furniture. From cobalt blue glass-mirrored tables to glass-topped chrome cigarette stands, there will be something for ev¬ eryone. www.artdecoweekend.com 16 J A N U A R Y / F E B R U A R Y 2013 S O U T H F L O R I D A L U X U R Y G U I D E . C O M


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