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Cassidy Fitzpatrick, VP for Musician Advancement at the New World Symphony

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CASSIDY FITZPATRICK, Vice President for Musician Advancement at New World Symphony, develops, implements, and evaluates the New World Symphony’s Fellowship activities, training, and educational programs. She is primarily responsible for the areas of: community and audience engagement; diversity, equity and inclusion; and leadership and entrepreneurialism.

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A Tribute Concert to Latin Music Ambassador Tito Puente

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In 1971, Carlos Santana’s rock version of “Oye Como Va” made its author, TITO PUENTE, an international star. Yet when Puente wrote the original cha-cha-chá version, released by Tico Records on the 1963 album, “El Rey Bravo,” the recording barely registered on the charts.

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The Multi-Talented John Buffalo Mailer

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JOHN BUFFALO MAILER is an award winning screenwriter, journalist, playwright, actor, and producer. Mailer was born in Brooklyn, the youngest child of two-time Pulitzer Prize recipient Norman Mailer. His mother is author Norris Church Mailer.

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Michael Spring: Director of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs

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MICHAEL SPRING serves as director of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, where he is responsible for the supervision of a public arts agency with an annual budget of more than $53 million and a staff of 100.

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Christine Dolen: All the World’s Her Stage

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CHRISTINE DOLEN was the Miami Herald’s theater critic from 1979 to 2015. In 1997, she was a member of the Pulitzer Prize drama jury.

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Dan Gelber: The Fine Art of Being Mayor of Miami Beach

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Born in Miami Beach, DAN GELBER was raised to believe in public service and the importance of community.

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