THE THIRD MIAMI NICE JAZZ FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES A STELLAR
LINEUP FOR THE UPCOMING EDITION THAT CELEBRATES THE
EVENT’S MIAMI ROOTS.
MIAMI, FLA. (Sept 23, 2014) MIAMI NICE JAZZ FESTIVAL has released the lineup of the international artists set to celebrate the event’s Miami jazz roots beginning on November 1 through 23. This themed, monthlong festival will bring jazz to some of Miami’s finest and most celebrated landmarks in a perfect fusion of music and history. As one of Miami’s most applauded musical celebrations, MIAMI NICE JAZZ FESTIVAL continues to deliver a mixture of world-class artists and emerging stars, while energizing audiences both new and old. This year’s roster of performers includes : Cuban jazz pianist Roberto Fonseca, Creole trumpeter Etienne Charles, Spanish flamenco singer Diego El Cigala, Miami leading ladies of Jazz Nicole Yarling, Kate Reid, Wendy Peterson, the Hot Sardines, The French Horn and more…
Roberto Fonseca will perform during the opening night concert at the Olympia Theater. The festival’s performances will take place at such venues as The Olympia Theater, The South Miami Dade Cultural Arts Center, The Fillmore, The National hotel and The Catalina Hotel for 2free shows on November 14th and 15th.
Also this year the MIAMI NICE JAZZ FESTIVAL will coincide with
“French Weeks Miami”, an initiative launched by the French-American
Chamber of Commerce and organized in partnership with the Consulate General of France, that aims to highlight various events to engage audience with France’s cultural identity. Every Sunday, its french roots will be celebrated during a Jazz brunch at The National hotel in Miami Beach, with special performances by The French Horn.