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Argentinian Aslan reinterprets the master of jazz-tango fusion Astor Piazolla with his quintet, in the last performance of MDC Live Arts season.
The MDC Live Arts series closes its 2012-13 season with the Brooklyn-based bassist and Argentinean bandleader Pablo Aslan and his quintet performing Piazzolla in Brooklyn this Saturday, April
When performances are “based on” something, we all get that the inspiration is real, the interpretation not recognizable. Then there is the up-coming concert from the Montreal dance
At 4:00 p.m. on Friday, March 22, hundreds of people were descending on South Florida for Ultra Fest, the Sony-Ericsson Open, and spring break festivities on the beach.
As the dance title suggests, "Songs of Spring" celebrates the season of rebirth from the six dancers of the local troupe align with directors Hannah Baumgarten and Diego
Last year, Out Magazine bestowed upon Kyle Abraham, dancer/choreographer/director of Abraham.In.Motion (A.I.M.), one of the more interesting and often cited “sound-bites,” describing Abraham as “the best and brightest
This boy is on fire. And he is headed back to Miami. Choreographer Kyle Abraham, that is. The Pittsburg kid, the Bessie Award winner, the one who now,
Kyle Abraham and his talented troupe are back – and we are richer for it. Set to a tale of Pinocchio and his wish to be real, this
Kyle Abraham and his amazing dance troupe return to Miami for a show that mixes urban music, sensual movement, and political
Rennie Harris Puremovement passed through the Colony Theater in Miami Beach on Nov. 30, as part of its 20th anniversary tour. A native of North Philadelphia, Lorenzo (Rennie)