North Miami Florida Music
This unique event is held annually in honor of the Joe Celestin Center in North Miami - Dade County, Florida, north of the University of South Florida. It is designed to honor community leaders, celebrate the organized black movement in art, and explore the power of libraries to transform communities. This is the third annual event of its kind and is being held in honor of one of North Florida's most influential black leaders.
The NMB Library provides a variety of services to residents of North Miami Beach. It will take place on Saturday 27 May from 19.30 to 21: 00 and will end on Sunday 4 June from 10: 00 to 12.15 with a reception in the library.
There is a small stage and live music as well as food and drinks that you can buy. This is the perfect opportunity to go on a date and share wine and tapas with friends while enjoying North Miami's live music.
Whether you need an experienced Miami Beach wedding band or something else for your corporate event, RythmTrail can rely on you to make this an unforgettable tropical island adventure. Whether you need a steel drum band to play with or something else, like a rock band or a jazz band, we can offer you and your guests the best of both worlds with our live music and good food.
Calypso was named the best steel drum band in the Caribbean, with live music from the island, live entertainment and great food and drinks for all.
We invite all members of the community to join us and welcome you to our annual North Miami Music Festival on Saturday, August 26, from 6: 00-9: 30 p.m. Call us here for more information about the event and tickets for the live music, food and drinks.
Romero is a Grammy nominated vocal professional and dedicated music educator who currently lives in Miami, Florida. His musical focus is on grassroots play, collaboration with symphony ensembles, theaters and pit orchestras, as well as musical collaboration with local artists and performances at events in Miami. In addition to his work as a musician and artist, Sebastian is also a manager in the music business and has spent years producing a variety of events, including the annual North Miami Music Festival and other grassroots events in the Miami area.
Advice to band students and help in finding gigs and performance opportunities in the Miami area. Teaching at the Miami Music Project and participating in local orchestras, symphony ensembles, theaters and pit orchestras, as well as teaching and counseling with bands and students.
Sam teaches trombone and piano to private students and has been teaching privately for over 15 years. He is a freelance drummer, works with a variety of independent and signed artists and hosts several shows with his band.
He has also led many jazz and funk bands under his own name and played in many of the world's leading jazz, funk, soul and hip-hop bands. Before moving to Miami, Sam performed with Grammy nominated Locos por El Pueblo, with whom he performed in New York City and Los Angeles. He has performed in the United States and Canada and has performed at festivals such as the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, the Chicago Jazz Festival and the Miami Music Festival.
He is a classically trained flutist who studied at the University of North Florida and the Florida Institute of Music (FIU) in Miami. Most of Mike's formal training took place in the United States and Canada, particularly at Florida International University. He received his bachelor's degree from FI U, then earned his bachelor's degree in music from Florida State University and a master's degree in musicology from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.
In 2001 Andres moved to South Florida, where he studied at the University of North Florida and the Florida Institute of Music (FIU) in Miami and was a faculty member at Florida International University and Florida State University.
Since then, the North Miami-based lyricist has mentored MMG, Sam Sneak, Zoey Dollaz (with watch) and Major Nine City Girls, who featured on his debut album "MMG" (2016). In 2018, Sebastian returned to South Florida, where he founded a music production company called LoSweet Records.
Since moving to Miami in 1982, Torres has become a jazz soloist with a focus on soul, funk, blues, rock, reggae, hip-hop and other genres. He created two new styles of jazz music, including Gwo - ka jazz and Voodoo jazz, to reunite jazz and music. He has also remained busy, finishing his second classical album, recording singles with Dominican urban artist and producer Maffio, and working as an artist-in-residence with the Florida Youth Orchestra.