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Film & Art Miami Happenings May 1–August 18 Modern Meals: Remaking American Foods from Farm to Kitchen & Women in Motion: Fitness, Sport and the Female Figure Both exhibitions examine aspects of everyday culture in the early 20th century that are still of great concern today, from the methods through which our foods are produced to equal access of athletic opportunities for women. Presented by The Wolfsonian–FIU. www.wolfsonian.org May 9 “Igor Polevitzky in Miami: Inventing the Tropics” Lecture by Allan Shulman Part of the Spring Lecture Series “Architects on Architects: Today’s Architects and the Historic Architects Who Influenced Them,” this lecture is free and open to the public. www.mdpl.org June 1 MiMo on the Beach Walking Tour The Miami Design Preservation League has joined forces with North Beach Development Corporation to bring you this 90-minute guided walking tour. You’ll learn how to identify the many unique traits of MiMo architecture by visiting a number of different public and private buildings. Tour departs at 9:30 a.m. from the SE corner of 73rd St. and Collins. Payment by cash or check ($20). www.mdpl.org June 19–23 American Black Film Festival The ABFF film program is primarily composed of world premieres of narrative, documentary and short films. As such, it is the leading film festival in the world for African-American and urban content. Since its inception, the ABFF has showcased more than 600 films, rewarding and redefining artistic excellence in independent filmmaking. www.abff.com/festival CONCERT S & SHOWS May 2 Piano Slam 5 Dranoff 2 Piano presents a classical/hip-hop mash-up featuring internationally acclaimed piano duo Elizabeth and Marcel Bergmann mixing up Mozart, Messiaen, and Bach with the beats of DJ Brimstone 127 and the debut works of Miami’s hot young poets. www.arshtcenter.org May 4 New World Symphony presents Beethoven’s Fifth: Storm and Passion Beethoven’s monumental middle-period masterpiece comes to life under the baton of Marek Janowski. Richard Strauss’ Burleske — his only work for piano and orchestra — and the tone poem Don Juan complete a program brimming with passion. www.arshtcenter.org May 9 Alejandro Sanz Singer, songwriter and the composer of all his songs, he has sold more than 22 million albums, and he is the most GRAMY award—winning Spanish artist in the world. www.aaarena.com May 31 Angelique Kidjo Kidjo’s internationally celebrated repertoire includes collaborations with artists such as Carlos Santana, Peter Gabriel, Alicia Keys, Josh Groban, Joss Stone and more. www.arshtcenter.org June 1 Paloma San Basilio Extremely talented Spanish singer, songwriter and record producer, she has starred in highly acclaimed Madrid productions of Man of La Mancha, My Fair Lady and Victor/ Victoria. www.jlkc.com June 14 One Direction One Direction made history as their debut album “Up All Night” entered the U.S. Billboard 200 chart at No. 1 with more than 176,000 copies sold, making them the first British group ever to debut at No. 1 in the US with their debut album release. www.arshtcenter.org southfloridaluxuryguide.14 may/june 2013 com


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