South Florida Arts Beat

Every Friday at 1:00 PM on 91.3 WLRN-HD1
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At the helm of  WLRN's South Florida Arts Beat program is host, Ed Bell. Along with a team of equally knowledgeable and creative contributors, he brings his world of experience in the arts to the fore, and lets us know what's out there for us to see, hear and enjoy.  From probing interviews with artists to lively discussions with curators and impresarios, to unique live music performances, you'll be up to speed on the arts with Ed Bell and South Florida Arts Beat on 91.3 WLRN-HD1. .

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04/18/14 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, Sweat Records’ founder, Lauren Reskin, talks about the resurgence of vinyl albums and the internationally celebrated 7th Annual Record Store Day this Saturday.

4/11/2014 - You can enjoy another concert in our monthly performance series from our Miami studios. Award-winning Jazz pianist and vocalist, Ariel Pocock, brings her band to the airwaves.

This Downbeat Magazine and Ellington Jazz Festival at Lincoln Center lauded star performs compositions from her debut CD, Touchstone.

Catch this marvelous talent, Ariel Pocock, with her band performing live on South Florida Arts Beat.

4/4/2014 - On South Florida Arts Beat, we cover new events coming to The Deering Estate with Assistant Director, Jennifer Tisthammer and Exhibit Specialist, Kim Yantis.

Contributor Judith Bishop speaks with founder Mary Luft about exciting upcoming shows for Tigertail Productions.

Musician Aaron Lebos talks about his latest release, Turning Point.

Chef Norman Van Aken delivers A Word On Food and our Florida Keys calendar features Andy Newman.

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03/28/14 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, Florida Grand Opera’s presentation of Puccini’s Tosca opens this weekend at the Arsht. FGO’s spokesman, Justin Moss, previews the exciting event with Charles Greenfield. The Smithsonian American Art Museum’s exhibition Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art opens April 2nd at FIU’s Frost Art Museum. Judith Bishop speaks with Carmen Ramos, the exhibition’s curator. Dan Hudak previews the 19th Annual Palm Beach International Film Festival with festival president, Randi Emerman. Chef Norman Van Aken delivers A Word On Food and our Broward arts calendar features Jody Horne-Leshinsky. Catch the conversation and information every Friday on South Florida Arts Beat at 1:00pm.

03/21/14 - Next time on a fundraising edition of South Florida Arts Beat, musician Bobby Ingram talks about the local Folk music boom in the ‘60’s and the 50th anniversary of The Flick Coffee House Folk music events, March 28th through the 30th in Coral Gables.  Tickets are $40 and $25 at the bar, with a limit of 100. Information at eventbrite.com Judith Bishop speaks with Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden’s COO, Nannette Zapata, about their exciting, new Arts Center. Catch the conversation and information every Friday on South Florida Arts Beat at 1:00pm.

03/14/14 - Next time on a fundraising edition of South Florida Arts Beat you can enjoy another studio performance.

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02/28/14 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, Harvey Burstein, founder of MiamiArtZine.Com, South Florida’s online arts and culture magazine, talks about their very informative site, and its new look. The 8th Annual Festival of the Arts Boca is previewed by Charles Greenfield and Charlie Siemon, its Chair and Co-Executive Director.

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02/21/14 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, vocalist/composer/actress/educator and broadcaster, Brenda Alford, will perform with her Jazz trio. She’ll sing some of her original compositions as well as Jazz evergreens. This former teacher of the year has appeared in John Waters’ film Hairspray and Barry Levinson’s Avalon.

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02/14/14 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, Sobe Wine and Food Festival founder and director, Lee Schrager, shares his excitement about this year’s 13th edition. Charles Greenfield speaks with the executive director of The Chopin Foundation, Jadwiga Gewert about enticing upcoming performances.

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02/06/14 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, Johnno Potts of the Virginia Key GrassRoots Festival previews the world music, dance and art festivities for all ages.

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01/31/14 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, drummer extraordinaire, Nomar Negroni, talks about a spectacular Latin Jazz showcase coming to the Miami Dade County Auditorium next week. Charles Greenfield chats with Maestro Giancarlo Guerrero about the Cleveland Orchestra’s exciting upcoming concerts at the Arsht Center.

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01/24/14 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, Judith Bishop continues her South Florida museum series with Christine Rupp, Director of the Coral Gables Museum featuring ArtCycle, free Jazz concerts and so much more.

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01/17/14 -Next time on South Florida Arts Beat you can enjoy another in our monthly series of performances from our Miami studios. Our featured performer will be the award-winning Jazz and Blues vocalist and musician Allan Harris with his powerful band including Miami’s Jesse Jones, Jr. on sax and Doug Wimbish, bassist with Living Color, among other musical greats. Catch Tony Bennett’s “favorite singer,” Friday on South Florida Arts Beat at 1:00pm.  www.AllanHarris.Com  

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