Last weekend Miami totally rocked to the beats of some of the world’s most renown DJ’s, Tiesto, David Guetta and Carl Cox to name a few. The closest I came to the beats of electric music was when I arrived at work on Friday morning and felt the rhythm emanating from the Electric Pickle fill every bit of space on the block of North Miami and 29th street. And, as much as I enjoyed listening to the beats of electronic music all day Friday I wasn’t ready to immerse myself in Bayfront Park.
Instead the husband and I decided to do something different, still music related and with a little bit of DJ spinning and electronica involved, so we headed to Pulse: Late Night at the New World Symphony. Ok, fine, we had no idea this past weekend Ultra was in town when we bought the tickets to Pulse but..it just makes us sound cooler
Pulse transforms the New World Symphony into a lounge where classical and electronic music mix and ambiance light completely transports you. The show is put together by Mercury Soul. The show combines a set of the DJ spinning with a set of classical music. The program and info on each classical piece is projected on the walls of the New World Symphony – so not only do you enjoy the music you learn.
Personally I do not listen much to classical music but have to say that this particular set up is magnificent. It is a great idea to get people involved with music they might not usually listen to – be it electronic or classical.
So now you know, next time Pulse comes around – take your friends and enjoy. The cost is $20 dollars, you get to move around as if you were in a club and there’s drinks so this experience is 21 and over.
Nos vemos en la proxima!
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