Music Of Lecuona Sizzles With Tirino And Symphony Of The Americas

The sparkling rhythms and rich melodic tapestry in the music of Ernesto Lecuona (1895-1963) flow from deep within Cuba's cultural heritage. On Tuesday, October 10 the Symphony of the Americas opened its 30th anniversary season at the Broward Center's Amaturo Theater with a Hispanic and Italian Heritage Tribute featuring pianist Thomas Tirino playing  Lecuona.  A brilliant virtuoso who has performed across the globe, Tirino is an authority on the Cuban composer's works. He has researched and edited numerous Lecuona scores, performed the music in countless concerts internationally and made Grammy winning recordings of Lecuona's complete piano scores. It is difficult to imagine anyone playing this music as well as Tirino. His combination of technical mastery and idiomatic flair consistently produces memorable performances.


Power Rangers Live! Come To The Broward Center For The Performing Arts

FORT LAUDERDALE – In celebration of Saban’s Power Rangers’ 25th Anniversary, the iconic Rangers are set to morph onto stages around North America in an epic live show based on one of the longest running series in television history.  Power Rangers Live will be an interactive, mixed media stage production for the whole family with endless action-packed stunts and epic martial arts. Six ordinary teens will morph into the Power Rangers to help save cities and the world from an alien threat!


Robert Dubac Performs His Newest Hit “The Book Of Moron: If Thinking Were Easy Everyone Would Do It” For Three Peformances Only At The Broward Center

FORT LAUDERDALE – Broward Center for the Performing Arts and Emory Entertainment present comedic performer Robert Dubac in his newest Off-Broadway hit, The Book of Moron:  If Thinking Were Easy Everyone Would Do It, on Friday, August 4 at 8 p.m. and Saturday, August 5 at 4 and 8 p.m.

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