“Experience Unforgettable Jazz Nights with Live Patio Musicians, Talented Teachers, and Endless Promises at Koubek Center”

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The Koubek Center of Miami Dade College is set to celebrate the different styles of jazz in South Florida with its series of concerts called Jazz @ the Koubek. The concert takes place from May 11 to May 13, and it promises to be three nights of unforgettable performances at the Little Havana cultural center’s theater.

First on the program are the young pianists Tal Cohen and Brandon Goldberg, who will perform on Thursday, May 11. Cohen, a Grammy Award-winning artist, has worked with jazz legends like Joe Lovano, Greg Osby, and Terence Blanchard. Meanwhile, Goldberg, who’s only 17 years old, has already released two albums and performed on various stages like Carnegie Hall.

The following day, May 12, audiences will enjoy the sound of saxophonist Ed Calle and singer LaVie. Calle is one of the most recorded saxophonists in the industry and has collaborated with big names like Frank Sinatra, Juanes, and Chick Corea. LaVie, who was influenced by Whitney Houston, will showcase his soulful music album Life Music.

On the last day of the concert, Sunday, May 13, Aaron Lebos and Lemon City Trio will perform. Lebos, a South Florida-based guitarist, is known for his creative and experimental jazz. Lemon City Trio, on the other hand, is a modern version of classic organ trios and takes inspiration from the historic area of Little Haiti.

According to Calle, who’s also a music professor at Miami Dade College, the Jazz @ the Koubek concert series is important because it provides access to jazz to the Little Havana community. The series emphasizes jazz’s evolution over time while blending from different cultural roots. The event will also feature jazz expert Fernando González and producer Belén Castres.

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The Jazz @ Koubek event promises to be a generous music celebration that accepts all types of influences regardless of color or nationality. Koubek Center Manager, Melissa Messulam, is excited to showcase some of the great creators who live amongst us and highlight Jazz’s diversity.

The concert will take place at the Koubek Center at 2705 SW 3rd St. Miami. Tickets will cost $15 pre-sale and $20 at the door, with free parking available. Visit https://www.squadup.com/events/jazzkoubek?legacy=0 for more information.

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