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Community Arts Program (CAP)
2020 VIRTUAL Summer Concert Series
Six, delicious after-dinner VIRTUAL concerts bringing
South Florida musicians to concertgoers’ homes!
Enjoy again, or for the first time, all six of these concerts originally broadcast live
July 9 through August 13, 2020
here and on CAP’s Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram TV!
SHELLY BERG, pianist
My Favorite Things!
The Community Arts Program (CAP) 2020 VIRTUAL Summer Concert Series opened with My Favorite Things! Shelly Berg—critically praised jazz pianist and Dean of the acclaimed Frost School of Music at the University of Miami—served up an enchanting hour of his choice jazz standards and classics!
MISTY LEAH BERMUDEZ, mezzo-soprano
ALVARO BERMUDEZ, guitar
Classic Latin Love Songs & Melodies
Classic Latin Love Songs & Melodies, with wife and husband duo mezzo-soprano Misty Leah Bermudez and guitarist Alvaro Bermudez, cradled listeners in a program of Latin love songs from the early- to mid-20th century – with selections from Mexico, Cuba, Ecuador, Colombia, and Brazil.
ZACH BARTHOLOMEW TRIO
WITH LINDA ALVARADO
Oscar Meets Ella!
In a concert titled Oscar Meets Ella!, music by the Maharaja of the Keyboard, Oscar Peterson, and the First Lady of Song, Ella Fitzgerald, came to life with the Zach Bartholomew Trio – Zach Bartholomew (piano), Gary Thomas (bass), and Lucas Apostoleris (drums). With the sweet vocals of Linda Alvarado, it was a delicious evening of listening!
THE 5 STRING SWING QUARTET
The Great American Songbook
A night with The Great American Songbook brought some of the most important and influential American popular songs and jazz standards from the early 20th century. The 5 String Swing Quartet—Steffen Zeichner (violin), Derek Fairholm (piano), Benjamin Whitman (bass), Ludwig Afonso (drums)—served up enticing arrangements for an hour of savory, musical desserts!
It was an hour of mesmerizing beauty! In a program titled One Voice, violinist Scott Flavin filled the senses with
music from Europe and the African Diaspora, to today’s America!