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Culture Shock Miami for ages 13-22

La Shica in concert Presented by FUNDarte & Centro Cultural Español.

Thursday, Jun 22, 2017 8:30 PM EDT
The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater, Miami Beach, FL

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La Shica is a Madrid-based artist who mixes the raw passion of flamenco with
the girt of urban Hip-hop and rap, adding touches of rock and funk, and rounding
out the sound with generous jazz and blues influences. Born in the
miscegenation of funk and rap, and in her desire to find her own sound, La Shica
develops her own hybrid language on stage, also incorporating movement and
theater into her work, while maintaining a clean modernist aesthetic. La Shica
captures and bewitches audiences with her grace and talent from the very first
moment she opens her mouth, mixing the elegance and intensity of traditional
flamenco with the sound of contemporary fusion, creating an exquisite,
mysterious musical terrain inhabited by modern and ancient influences.
https://www.lashica.com/

FUNDarte presents Out In The Tropics 2017, a
weeklong performing arts series featuring artists who tackle issues of gender
politics, sexuality, and LGBTQ identity. Now in its eighth year, this provocative
program series runs from Thursday June 22nd to Sunday June 25th, in Miami
Beach. Out in the Tropics will present four distinct national and international
artists including concerts at the Gleason Room at the Fillmore Miami Beach, on
June 22nd and direct from Spain an evening of sultry flamenco/jazz/hiphop fusion
with the provocative La Shica; on June 23rd a concert by New York-based vocal
icon Joey Arias; on June 24th a feminist hip-hop sensation Krudas Cubensi, a
duo of vocal rap activists that recently relocated from Havana to Austin, TX; and
on June 25th culminating with a literary reading by Miami’s own Antonio Orlando
Rodriguez at the Miami Beach Botanical Garden.

 

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