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Nu Deco Ensemble Announces 2021-2022 Miami Concert Season Feat. Guests Anthony Hamilton, Masego, Robert Glasper, JP Saxe & Madison Cunningham

October 15, 2021

Today, pioneering hybrid orchestra Nu Deco Ensemble has announced its upcoming 2021-2022 concert season at The Bandshell and Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami, FL – including spectacular guests Anthony Hamilton, Masego, Robert Glasper, JP Saxe & Madison Cunningham. Kicking off on November 5 at The Bandshell with Anthony Hamilton, the season will conclude with a special show featuring Robert Glasper at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County on April 30, 2022 – tickets & full list of shows here, as well as below.

On the heels of Nu Deco’s collaborative album with roots-rock duo Larkin Poe, Paint the Roses: Live in Concert (#2 Classical Crossover, #5 Blues & #21 Classical on the Billboard Charts), the ensemble also just announced a new Beach Boys suite – Still Cruisin’ – An Orchestral Tribute to The Beach Boys will be released on October 29, 2021. The suite will include reimagining of material from The Beach Boys’ landmark album Pet Sounds, their unfinished SMiLE project, and older songs. 
2021-2022 Season
North Beach Bandshell – November 5, 2021
ft. Anthony Hamilton
Tessellations by Gabriella Smith
Portrait of a Queen by Carlos Simon
Isley Brothers Symphonic Suite
Adrienne Arsht Center – December 10, 2021
ft. Masego 
This performance is presented in partnership with YoungArts and Adrienne Arsht Center
Nu Nutcracker Selections
Sacred Earth by Chris Rogerson ft. J’Nai Bridges and projections by Keith Ladzinski
Ray Charles Symphonic Suite
North Beach Bandshell – January 22, 2022
ft. JP Saxe
Dance Suite Mvmt. III by Bela Bartok
Much Ado About Nothing by Erich Korngold
Radiohead 2 Symphonic Suite

North Beach Bandshell – March 12, 2022
ft. Madison Cunningham 
Symphony No. 10, Mvmt. II by Dmitri Shostakovich
Past Tundra by Valgeir Sigurðsson
Nu Deco Original Work
Pink Floyd Symphonic Suite

Adrienne Arsht Center – April 30, 2022
ft. Robert Glasper
Presented in partnership with Adrienne Arsht Center
Lyric for Strings by George Walker
New Work by Robert Glasper
Afro-Cuban Concerto by Valerie Coleman
James Brown Symphonic Suite