misoSO’s  11th Grand Season Opening

The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) is proud to announce the beginning of the 28th season 2016/17, under the baton of Maestro Eduardo Marturet in his 11th Season, specially designed to enrich our community and give a variety of concerts with no precedent. Once again, Maestro Eduardo Marturet will demonstrate his talent and virtuosity to delight the most select audience. Grand Season Opening is the beginning of a fantastic season performed by the professionalism of the great orchestra that is MISO, including 7 concerts in Concert Halls, and 5 refreshing outdoor locations, and free admission for the delight of our residents. Next Sunday October 23rd at 6:00 pm, the Adrienne Arsht Center – Knight Concert Hall, will raise the curtain for the Grand Season Opening, that will begin with the first compasses of the emblematic Maurice Ravel’s Bolero, his most famous musical piece.  Subscriptions and single tickets are now on sale at the www.arshtcenter.org; Start at just $72 for three concerts and $35 for single tickets. Prices, artists, dates, times and programs are subject to change without notice. For more information, visit www.themiso.org or call (305) 275-5666.


Always on the lookout to enhance its innovative menu, RA Sushi South Miami, has incorporated several local craft beers to its innovative menu, perfect to raise a glass and celebrate RAktoberfest with friends during Happy Hour. Brewed in Florida, the beers include Funky Budha “Floridian Hefeweizen” and Cigar City “Florida Cracker.” While unmistakably local, the beers nicely complement the wide variety of menu items, from more than 75 different types of sushi and appetizers like Asian-flavor infused chicken wings to delicious entrées like Black Pepper Sirloin Steak and Chicken Katsu served with Asian BBQ sauce.


Jax Celebrity Roastjax

Television host and courtside reporter for Miami HEAT telecasts, Jason Jackson, has announced the lineup of Celebrity Roasters for the first annual JAX Celebrity Roast, taking place on Saturday, October 22nd at EPIC Hotel in downtown Miami.  Tickets are now on sale through www.JaxCelebrityRoast.com for what is considered to be the first event of its kind in Florida. One of today’s most beloved celebrities from the sports and entertainment world – DJ Irie – is preparing to be shamed as the inaugural Roastee during a highly anticipated evening rendition of “no holds barred” embarrassment courtesy of the Celebrity Roasters who are confirmed to take center stage for their uncensored denunciation of Miami’s hometown hero.  Iconic comedians and entertainment personalities, each picked for their, until now, classified personal information and willingness to uncover Irie’s greatest misfortunes, will include former SNL cast member, Finesse Mitchell; comedian and creator/executive producer of BET’s “Real Husbands of Hollywood,” Chris Spencer; entertainment anchor and host of VH1’s “Dating Naked,” Rocsi Diaz and Miami’s own HITS 97.3 radio host, DJ Laz.


The Spooky Symphony   The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County is pleased to announce SPOOKY SYMPHONY as the opening performance for the 2016-2017 season of FAMILY FEST, the Center’s signature series of free family-friendly performances. The thrilling Halloween concert, co-presented by The Children’s Trust, will be performed by The Greater Miami Youth Symphony and the Alhambra Orchestra on Sunday, October 29 at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. in the John S. and James L. Knight Concert Hall.The spooky concert features enchanting scores accompanied by large-scale visuals from family favorites including Star Wars, World of Warcraft and King Kong, plus creepy classics such as Danse Macabre, Toccata and Fugue and Night on Bald Mountain. Audience members of all ages are encouraged to get in the holiday spirit by dressing in their favorite costumes! Admission to FAMILY FEST is FREE. However, First-Access Passes are required. First-Access Passes for the October 29 performances featuring SPOOKY SYMPHONY will be available beginning today. First-Access Passes can be reserved by calling the Adrienne Arsht Center box office at 305-949-6722 or online at www.arshtcenter.org (limit four per person). The passes provide patrons with first-access to seating in the theater. Seating is “first-come, first-admitted” for the performance and passes do not guarantee a seat.




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