Season 2 | Episode 4
(this episode had been previously postponed)

THE AMAZING GOTTCHALK … pioneer of almost anything
curator: Armando Rodríguez

FB r.s.v.p.

FREE (donations accepted)
liquid concessions available

7:30 PM | recommended TOA
8:00 PM | live webcast episode begins

Friend of Franz Liszt and Hector Berlioz, Louis Moreau Gottschalk was the first american musician to be acclaimed in Europe as both a virtuoso pianist and a composer

He was also the first to introduce elements of afro-caribbean and afro-american music in classical pieces with a complex formal development

Is it raining? Don’t live in Miami? no excuse! you can listen to this performance LIVE in a webcast hosted by Stephen Malagodi on

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Free and open to the public, the Listening Club is a (non-exclusive) club for listening

Audiotheque is an acoustically intimate space ideal for experiencing live electro-acoustic and experimental music in a multichannel context located at  ArtCenter South Florida, 924 Lincoln Road. It is also a sound art studio for developing Listening Gallery collaborations and iSAW residencies

SFCA [] is the leading proponent of experimental music and sound art in the Southeast

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Audiotheque’s 2014-15 season of events is produced by SFCA [isaw +] and is possible with funding from City of Miami Beach’s Cultural Affairs Program and Cultural Arts Council in celebration of its Centennial; with the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners. It is sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture; and by the Blank Family Foundation. This season is supported in part by Presenter Consortium for Jazz—a program of Chamber Music America funded through the generosity of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation would like to acknowledge the ongoing support of Sennheiser, leaders in superior sound technology; and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, which supports transformational ideas that promote quality journalism, advance media innovation, engage communities and foster the arts