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The Miami Symphony Orchestra Joins Hernan Cattaneo For His ‘Connected’ Show During Art Basel Week

The Miami Symphony Orchestra joins Hernan Cattaneo for his ‘Connected’ show during Art Basel Week

A one-of-a-kind musical journey.

Following the initial announcement of Hernan Cattaneo’s ‘Connected’ show to take place at Miami on December 6th, the anticipation keeps increasing with the addition of The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) who will be joining the Argentinean musician under the direction of maestro Gerardo Gardelin.

Cattaneo brings his vision to life and turns classics like The Orb’s ‘Little Fluffy Clouds’, Massive Attack’s ‘Unfinished Sympathy’ and Depeche Mode’s ‘Enjoy the Silence’ into exciting new musical experiences, where electronic music meets the timeless sounds of classical instruments. And, as a special treat, the show will also feature an appearance by Joe Smooth performing his classic house track ‘Promised Land’, also Argentinean fellows Soundexile and special guest Nick Warren will be supporting Hernan’s on the special evening.

The selected venue is The Fillmore Miami Beach, a city landmark that has played a key role in keeping Miami Beach well connected with show business and the performing arts since the 1950’s, being the stage, throughout its history, for hit TV shows, musical performances from a myriad of top-level artists and various successful Broadway productions.

By taking place on December 6th, during Miami’s Art Basel Week, the show will be a one of a kind spectacle, fitting perfectly with the art festival spirit. An event that has grown exponentially in popularity with time, Art Basel is one of Miami’s main cultural yearly events, attracting artists and audiences from around the world and turning the city into an epicenter for the arts and culture for a week.

Get your tickets for Hernan Cattaneo’s ‘Connected’ show on December 6th here.

Listen to Soundexile’s Connected Edition mix exclusively for Electronic Groove.

 

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