Miles Davis, George Gershwin, these are illustrious two names that have become synonymous with pioneering jazz music. Unlike today's popular music where image sometimes threatens to overshadow genuine musical talent, jazz retains a tremendous amount of musical integrity and respect and continues to be a very popular, if perhaps niche genre.
If you're a fan of jazz music or simply have an appreciation for it, you may want to schedule some time to attend the Miami Beach Jazz Festival. This year's theme is the “International Sound of Jazz” and in keeping with the theme, a host of diverse musical acts from different places around the world will be performing, including Australia, Israel, France, and Brazil.
Some of this year's notable festival participants include saxophone player Daniel Zamir whose 2000 debut album, Amen brought jazz to mainstream Israeli audiences and became the bestselling jazz album of all time. Also set to make an appearance is The Markus Gottschlich Trio featuring an eclectically diverse group of members.
The Miami Beach Jazz Festival began on Monday and ends tomorrow with performances at Miami's historic Olympia Theater.
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