• “Arts in the Parks” Now in its Sixth Season
    Free Cultural Program is Hosted throughout the City

    Miami Beach “Arts in the Parks” events feature a variety of cultural offerings such as concerts, plays, musical performances and other acts, and are free and open to the public. The Arts in the Parks program further elevates Miami Beach’s role as a leader in the cultural arts.  

    City of Miami Beach Arts in the Parks presents
    Five exceptional opera films on the five Thursdays of March, 2012, on the wall of the New World Center  at SoundScape (500 17 Street)
    Films begin promptly at 8:00 p.m.

    March 1:   CARMEN (1984) Directed by Francesco Rosi; featuring Placido Domingo and Julia Migenes

    March 8:   LA TRAVIATA (1983) Directed by Franco Zeffirelli, featuring Placido Domingo and Teresa Stratas

    March 15:  OTELLO (1986) Directed by Franco Zeffirelli, featuring Placido Domingo and Katia Ricciarelli

    March 22:  DON GIOVANNI (1979) Directed by Joseph Losey,  featuring Ruggero Raimondi and Kiri Te Kanawa

    March 29:  RIGOLETTO (1982) Directed by Jean-Pierre Ponnelle, featuring Luciano Pavarotti and Ingvar Wixell


    Thanks to the Generous Support of the Marilyn and Edward Gadinsky Foundation Marilyn and Edward Gadinsky Charitable Foundation 

     Miami Beach SoundScape is located at the southwest corner of 17 Street and Washington Avenue. 

    Wednesday Nights at 8:00 p.m.   

    28             Rocky

    4              Citizen Kane
    11            Hairspray (2007)
    18            Vertigo
    25            Ghost

    2              Tootsie
    9              West Side Story
    16            American Graffiti
    23            Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
    30            E.T.

    *Movie titles are subject to change without notice and weather permitting.
    Arts in the Parks launched in 2006 in response to the results of community surveys and focus groups that indicated residents would like to see more free cultural events. The Miami Beach “Arts in the Parks” program hopes to increase the community rating of cultural activities, which is part of the City’s overall strategic plan.

    For more information on “Arts in the Parks,” contact Gary Farmer, cultural affairs manager, at 305.673.7577 or visit www.mbculture.com.







































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