The Miami World Music Festival opened Thursday night with a program of works by jazz pianist and composer Claude Bolling at Florida International University’s Wertheim Auditorium.
Bolling’s jazz-classical fusion scores are rarely played in South Florida. The program offered first-rate performances of three of his pieces. Yet despite the participation of popular Miami flutist Nestor Torres, the audience was disappointingly small.
Read the review at SouthFloridaClassicalReview.com.