voigt1Friday: November 15

Debra Voigt

A true diva of the operatic world, this acclaimed soprano has captivated audiences for almost two decades now. Back in the early 2000s, Voigt dared to stand out from the stereotypical, fat operatic singers and she decided to lose weight and undergo gastric bypass surgery. She was fired from the Royall Opera House for not fitting into the show’s costume but was rehired after the surgery for the role of Ariadne. She was welcomed back by the public with open arms and her popularity allowed her to tour, singing both opera and pop music. Get ready to be hypnotized for 90 minutes with her dazzling voice. Watch Debra Voigt live, 8PM at the Adrienne Arsht Center, 300 Biscayne Blvd, Miami. 33132.

Nudes on Show

Nudity has long been one of the most alluring subjects of art. For this month’s Art Walk on Wilton Drive, prepare to get your heart pounding. The collection will feature nudes made by local artists using different medium such as pastels, charcoal, drawings and some quality prints. The art pieces are promised to be reasonably priced so if you want a classy nude art in your parlor to help stimulate conversation, bring your wallet. Check out Nudes on Show at 7PM, Wilton Drive Art Walk, Wilton Dr, Wilton Manors, 33305.

 

Saturday: November 16

Female Trouble

With a new documentary (which aired at the Fort Lauderdale Gay and Lesbian Film Festival) entitled I am Divine opening on November 29th, O Cinema decided to celebrate the biggest moments of Divine’s successful career. We finally reach the climax of a month long retrospective of beloved B-movie queen, Divine, with O Cinema’s showing of her performance in John Water’s Female Trouble. Female Trouble tells the life story of Dawn Davenport, from go-go dancing in Baltimore’s infamous Block to her death on the electric chair. The film plays at 11PM, O Cinema Wynwood, 90NW 29th St, Miami, 33127.

Miami Beach Jazz Festival

Prepare for an evening of world-class jazz music brought to you by some of the best jazz musicians at the Miami Beach Jazz Festival. Carmen J. Cartiglia, event founder and producer, envisions the festival to be purely jazz/ “We’re going old school for this event,” she explains. Featured artists for this event include Michelle Coltrane, Markus Gottschlich, Mads Tolling, and the South Florida Jazz Orchestra. As one of the year’s highlights, this event is worth attending. The festival starts at PM, Fillmore Miami beach, 1700 Washington Ave, Miami Beach 33139.

 

Sunday: November 17

Stars and Guitars

Watch Sheryl Crow do what she does best: have fun! Crow will be headlining the Stars and Guitars concert and will be joined by fellow country crossover Darius Rucker, formerly of Hootie and the Blowfish. Also appearing are Love and Theft and Craig Campbell. For a night of love great music, come at 7PM at the Hard Rock Live, 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood, 33314.

 

This article was taken from floridaagenda.com.