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Hollywood, Florida
A Taste of Fine Wine Paired with Frost Music: An Evening of Live Music, Wine Pairings & Food Tasting
7:00 PM - 11:59 PM Books and Books
Date: October 01, 2018 to October 01, 2018
Where: Books and Books, 265 Aragon Avenue, Miami, Florida, United States, 33134
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Concerts & Music, Food & Dining
Ticket Price: N/A
Chef Allen and the Frost School of Music present… The Taste of Fine Wine Paired with the Sound of Fine Music: An Evening of Live Music, Wine Pairings & Food Tastings Can wine change the way we hear music? Can music enhance our wines? Join us as we match the flavors and textures of fine wines with the tones and rhythms of beautifully performed live, classical music featuring:World-renowned, Cuban-born soprano Eglise GutierrezFrost professor and guitarist Rafael PadronAdjunct professor and classical guitarist Federico Musgroveoffering selections by Spanish and Latin American composers de Falla, Rodrigo, Piazzolla, Torroba, and more. The second half of the evening will present food/wine pairings prepared by celebrated Chef Allen. Monday, October 1, 7pm   Books & Books, Coral Gables Tickets: $30 (+Tax & Gratuity)   World-renowned, Cuban-born soprano: Eglise Gutiérrez Born in Holguin, Cuba, American soprano Eglise Gutiérrez has been named by Opera News as one of "opera's next wave". She has sung in some of the most prestigious venues of the world, including Teatro Colon Buenos Aires, Wexford Festival, Rome, Zurich, Trieste, Florence, Cagliari, Carnegie Hall, Savonlinna, Berlin, Bellas Artes (Mexico), Tel Aviv, Hamburg, Athens, La Monnaie, Brussels, the Santa Fe Festival, Cincinnati Opera, Florida Grand Opera, Washington Concert Opera, Caramoor Festival, L'Opéra Comique and the Seattle Opera in roles such as Lucia, Gilda, Elvira in I Puritani, Violetta, Amina, Lakme, Maria di Rohan, and Elvire in La muette de Portici. Frost professor and guitarist: Rafael Padrón Cuban-born guitarist, Rafael Padrón, brings an extensive and diverse career as both an artist and educator to his role as Program Director of Classical Guitar at the Frost School of Music. An innovative and passionate performer, he has been featured both solo and with orchestra in numerous cities throughout the world. His credits include work with such stellar ensembles as the Symphony Orchestra of M
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