Comprised of Lizzi Bougatsos, Brian Degraw, Josh Diamond and Jesse Lee, Gang Gang Dance originated from the same experimental Brooklyn scene as Animal Collective and Black Dice. The band’s mixed media work was included in the 2008 Whitney Biennial. Click here to watch their music video “Chinese High”
Museum of Contemporary Art’s Music at MOCA series will welcome Florida Grand Opera Young Artists who will perform and discuss the musicality of each piece and its significance.
Wednesday, June 27 @ 7 pm Music at MOCA / Roofless Records Roofless Records will present an evening of special performances in MOCA’s Courtyard featuring DJ Matt Preira, Dion Kerr Jazz Ensemble and Radio Test an original experimental sound performance. Roofless Records is an independent record label, producer and publisher »
Nicolas Jaar LIVE! clown & sunset, wolf+lamb, circus company DOORS OPEN AT 8:30 FOREVERMARK DIAMONDS PRESENTS MUSIC AT MOCA Mondrian South Beach 1100 West Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida 33139 $40 VIP, $25 General Admission MOCA Shakers use discount code to receive $20 off a General Admission ticket. If you are »
Friday, December 6, 2013 (Doors Open 9:00 pm) SZA envelopes your soul at first listen. Coveting a special innocence about her, the Maplewood native laces her music with soul-quenching traces of seductive allure. It’s truly the subtleties that make a difference though; the floral imagery, the small touches on her »
MUSIC AT MOCA: AWESOME NEW REPUBLIC + JACUZZI BOYS Friday, January 24, 2014 General Admission – $10 MOCA Members – Free In celebration of the first American museum exhibition for acclaimed British artist Tracey Emin, Music at MOCA presents Miami’s own Jacuzzi Boys and Awesome New Republic in concert covering their »
Music at MOCA: Chamber Ensembles from Cleveland Orchestra Miami and the Frost School of Music Thursday, March 20, 8pm Non-members: $20, Members: $15 Chamber ensembles from Cleveland Orchestra Miami and Univerity of Miami’s Frost School of Music will perform selections by J.S. Bach, Bartók, Taffanel, Lutosławski, and Viñao in an intimate »