Argentine Star Shines in Jazz at Wolfson Presents Concert Series The Jazz at Wolfson Presents concert series featured Roxana Amed in March. This spring, one of the most important voices in Argentine music graced the stage as part of the Jazz at Wolfson Presents concert series in Downtown Miami. Vocalist and songwriter Roxana Amed performed March 15 at the Wolfson Campus Auditorium, bringing her signature style to the College. Amed has released six albums since 2004, including collaborations with Grammy Award winner Pedro Aznar and Grammy nominee Adrián Iaies. Amed’s performance was just one of the many musical experiences offered during Jazz at Wolfson Presents, a year-long jazz concert series open to students and music lovers of all ages. The series was founded in 1998 by jazz studies professor Dr. Michael Di Liddo. “With Miami Dade College’s support, along with substantial help from Miami-Dade County, we’ve been able to bring exceptional jazz talent to the series to perform for the downtown community and our MDC students, faculty and administration,” Di Liddo said. “I believe the series has been a significant cultural offering from MDC. I look forward to many years of providing outstanding, free and open to the public, jazz performances.” Critically acclaimed jazz drummer John Riley performed on April 5 to close out the the popular concert series this season.
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