Tigertail 36th Season
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Friday & Saturday, April 15-16, 2016
8:30 pm


$20 students/artists/senior (65 +) with I.D.
$25 general admission
$50 VIP – priority seating, complimentary glass of wine

Note that this event has already taken place

Miami Dade County Auditorium
On Stage Black Box
2901 West Flagler Street

To request materials in accessible format, sign language interpreters, and/or any disability accommodation, please contact Tigertail at 305 324 4337, info@tigertail.org, five days in advance to initiate your request. TTY users may also call 711 (Florida Relay Service).


Miami Dade County Auditorium has
a large, free, secure parking lot.
Click here for a Google map

MIGUEL FRASCONI, Well-weathered Music
and LAZARO GODOY in Medaka – solo dance

In a shared evening program, Lazaro Godoy, dancer/choreographer performs his Tigertail-commissioned solo, Medaka. Opening the program, musician and NYC instrument maker Miguel Frasconi performs Well-weathered Music on WATER-based glass instruments.

Read the preview of Medaka by Artburst Miami's Catherine Hollingsworth

Miguel Frasconi is a composer specializing in the relationship between acoustic objects and musical form. His instrumentarium includes glass objects, electronics, laptop, and constructions of his own design. Miguel's unique glass instruments are struck, blown, stroked, smashed and otherwise coaxed into vibration. Miguel has worked closely with composers John Cage, Jon Hassell, James Tenney, Morton Subotnick, and has collaborated with many choreographers, including Alonzo King and modern dance pioneer Anna Halprin.

For the second half of the program, dancer/choreographer Lazaro Godoy performs his Tigertail-commissioned solo, Medaka. In Medaka, Lazaro references the Japanese Rice Fish, renowned for its beauty, color, and resilience. His creative team for Medaka includes Miki Avni, costume designer; Jorge Gómez Abrante, composer; Joshua Gumbinner, light designer and and Luis Eligio D. Omni, visual and video artist. Lazaro studied at The National Arts School in Havana and graduated from New World School of the Arts. He received first prize from YoungArts Competition, selected from 1,200 applicants. He graduated from The Juilliard School in New York and performed in Europe and Israel before returning to Miami.

Arrive early and chill down with food from Crepe Maker and good beer & wine!

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