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Cultural Alliance

Brazilian Voices: Brazilian Voices is a women’s vocal ensemble that performs at cultural community and philanthropic events. Brazilian Voices aspires to incorporate the best of Brazilian culture throughout the world. The group evolved out of a vocal technique workshop organized by Beatriz Malnic and Loren Oliveira in 2001. Since then, these two musical directors have brought together a cast of devoted women, who volunteer their voices and time promoting and preserving the rich multicultural Brazilian heritage fostering multicultural exchange, music appreciation, and education.

Curtain Call Playhouse: Curtain Call Playhouse is proud to be the most active “touring” theater locally in South Florida for the past 20 years, working with over 3,500 artists, and more than 3,000 children in the arts. Appealing to both adult and family audiences, their mission is to bring the excitement of live theater to local communities with the goal of entertaining the seasoned theater-goer as well as inspiring a whole new generation of audiences.

Florida Classical Ballet: The mission of the Florida Classical Ballet (FBC) is to promote and preserve the tradition of Classical Ballet by offering audiences a repertoire of exciting programming designed to enrich and inspire the community and its culture. FCB company is comprised of highly talented and disciplined local, national and international artists and focuses on excellence through the fusion of Cuban technique and American style.

Fushu Daiko:  Since 1990, Fushu Daiko has been training in the art of Taiko, a musical art form that builds on a 2600+ year-old tradition of Japanese drumming. Their music combines the traditional drums and rhythms of Japan with musical styles from around the world, such as jazz and R&B, to create an exciting, powerful cross-cultural experience that strives to cross boundaries and connect cultures.

Outré Theatre Company: Outré Theatre Company is a young, vibrant theater company in beautiful South Florida.  Outré believes that theater is a living art form with the power to reimagine and reexamine ourselves and the world around us. They are a theater that nurtures the creative spirit of individuals and our community through original and established works, utilizing a variety of mediums to engage the souls and imaginations of the artists and the audience.  They strive to create theatre which stimulates thought, provokes reflection, and encourages activism.

Rootz of Music: Florida-based Rootz of Music, Inc. was founded in 2011 by Jazz guitarist, arranger, composer, and music educator Eugene Grey along with his wife Felicia K. Grey. Rootz of Music is committed to inspiring people and assisting in their growth and appreciation of music. One of the goals of the organization is to preserve the history of Jamaica’s popular music through a series of presentations of its innovative program “American Roots of Jamaican Music: The

South Florida Chamber Ensemble:  The South Florida Chamber Ensemble (SFCE), was formed in 2011 as a combination of the Art Trio and the New York Wind Trio and is comprised of six musicians from the brass, woodwind, string and percussion families.   The two ensembles, who shared some of the same members, decided to join forces in order to diversify and pool resources.  Their members perform throughout South Florida in orchestras like the Florida Grand Opera, Miami City Ballet, South Florida Philharmonic and Boca Raton Philharmonia.

South Florida Jubilee Chorus: South Florida Jubilee is proud to be affiliated with Sweet Adelines International, a worldwide organization of women singers focused on advancing the art of barbershop singing — four-part harmony through performance, competitions, and education.  South Florida Jubilee singers enrich their lives through the enjoyment of singing a broad variety of songs from Broadway tunes, classical music, mainstream music, and gospel.  These songs are arranged specifically for the rich barbershop harmonies that are identified with this art form.

Herman LeVern Jones’ TheatreSouth: TheatreSouth Atlanta, Inc. was founded in 2007 as a Georgia Non-Profit in Atlanta, GA. The company’s founder Mr. Herman LeVern Jones, MFA (a 44-year theatre veteran) started this organization to expose the local metro community to healthy classical theatre arts. Mr. Jones, a seasoned community activist, understands the power of theatre arts and how the arts develop lifelong presentational skills for individuals from all industries, statuses, and backgrounds. After cultivating the city of Atlanta with a variety of projects, TheatreSouth Atlanta, Inc. permanently moved to the Miami area in 2013 and now does business as TheatreSouth.