Seraphic Fire

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Students at two Miami elementary schools got a lesson in singing together from choral group Seraphic Fire Friday.

The group is based in Miami but performs all over the country. It is providing music classes in local schools this year.

Most students at North Miami’s Natural Bridge Elementary had never sung an Israeli folk song before. Some are just learning English.

But Seraphic Fire singer James Bass had more than 100 students belting out the words to “Zum Gali Gali.”

Courtesy of the Adrienne Arsht Center

Between South Florida’s companies and performing arts centers, the classical music calendar can fill up fast.

Seraphic Fire Performs Live

Dec 7, 2012

12/07/12 - Next time on South Florida Arts Beat, enjoy another performance from our studios in Miami. The renowned, two-time Grammy nominated choral group, Seraphic Fire, sings a program of holiday favorites in this Radio Flash Mob performance. Catch the beauty of Seraphic Fire in this world wide broadcast Friday at 1:00pm on South Florida Arts Beat.

www.sunnyislesbeachjazz.com

This week on South Florida Arts Beat, Ibis Romero describes the swingin’ 5th Annual Sunny Isles Beach Jazz Festival. Multiple performance locations and Jazz styles will be offered this year. Guiding light of Seraphic Fire, Patrick Dupre-Quigley, speaks about their exciting, new season. Judith Bishop talks with the Miami native starring in Rock of Ages opening at the Arsht on the 9th. Our calendar features Andy Newman with enticing events in the Florida Keys. Tune in South Florida Arts Beat and catch the conversation and information Friday at 1:00pm.