‘Music of Cuban Independence’ concert celebrates the island’s musical heritage | Way of life
Taking place on the day Cuba celebrates its independence from Spain – May 20 – world-renowned musicians will come together to explore Cuba’s spectacular musical heritage, celebrating the contributions of famous Cuban artists and composers.
The performance will travel a journey of Cuban music from the post-colonial era to the 21st century, acknowledging important artistic contributions.
“These artists will transport us to the roots of our own hometown’s art and culture,” said Carlene Sawyer, CEO of Dranoff 2 Piano Foundationconcert producers.
“The Dranoff Concerts for Cuban Independence are a fantastic opportunity to showcase and champion Miami’s large and diverse Latino population, the artistic richness and the changing waves of music that have traversed Cuba’s 90 miles of water. spanning 100 years of popular favorites from classical and jazz to Afro-Cuban music and dance beats,” Sawyer added in a press release.
“Music of Cuban Independence” features Miami’s own Cuban-American artists:
– Grammy Award-winning and nominated pianists Martin Bejerano and Tal Cohen,
– Bassist Jose Armando Gola
– Master percussionist and Cuban music historian Ignacio Berroa
The “Music of Cuban Independence” takes place on Friday, May 20 at 8:00 p.m. Miami-Dade County Auditoriumlocated at 2901 W Flagler St, Miami
Tickets can be purchased at ticket master or by calling (305) 547-5414.
VIP admission is $50 and includes the post-concert reception. Standard admission is and student (ID required). admission is $5.
Dranoff International 2 Piano Foundation is the only international foundation accredited by the World Federation of International Music Competitions and promotes the awareness of a new generation of students about the transformative power of music and the inspiring concert program, PIANO SLAM.