Grammy-nominated Seraphic Fire begins student composer-in-resident program
Miami vocal ensemble Seraphic Fire, nominated for two Grammy awards, last year began a student composer-in-residence program with a graduate composition student from the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music. In the program, a Frost student looking to gain experience writing vocal music spends time at the group’s rehearsals, then composes a piece for the group. Plus news from around Miami-Dade: Face-recognition company Kairos closed a $4-million investment, bringing its total funding to $17 million. The company also promoted Melissa Doval, who had been its interim CEO for six months, to CEO; Baptist Health South Florida and Virginia-based Interstate Hotels and Resorts opened the Hilton Miami Dadeland; The Miami Herald added publisher to Aminda Marqués González’s titles.
This story also features expert opinions, business briefs and people in the news: Miami Dade College; National Orchid Garden; Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden; SunTruck; Miami Community Ventures; Miami-Dade Solar Energy Center; Hotel Urbanica; VentureCity; Kairos; Melissa Doval; 1 Hotel South Beach; Raleigh Hotel; Baker’s Cay Resort; Virgin Trains USA; Aminda Marqués González; Alexandra Villoch; Seraphic Fire; Alvaro Bermudez; Rhett del Campo
Want to read the whole article?
Select from the following options:
* offer valid for new subscribers only