Music Monday: Charity Concert and a “Spooky Symphony”

It’s Music Monday, and there’s plenty of exciting musical happenings going on in Miami this week.

First, Amplified Miami presents “A Night of Music, Talent, and Entertainment,” a charity concert featuring Robby Hunter Band, Cannibal Kids, Thanks, Alex Dawson, and John Watson. The concert, which showcases some of Miami’s talented youth musicians, will be held on October 25 from 6-8pm at Open Stage Club. Admission is free, but donations will benefit Little Kids Rock Foundation, which donates instruments, curriculum, and supplies to low income schools so that all students can have a music education.

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If one free concert isn’t enough, come out on October 26 for “A Spooky Symphony,” a free Halloween family concert by the Greater Miami Youth Symphony Orchestra and the Alhambra Orchestra. There will be excerpts from Pirates of the Caribbean, Lord of the Rings and Scheherazade, and more. Kids are encouraged to dress in costume to enhance the supernatural experience. The program will be held at the Olympia Theater at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts- parking is $5 in College Station Garage.

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by Leah Bury

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