Venue Details

Tami Collup Scheinman
Our GPS took us to the back lot with no fees! Weird!
The Mikado info Mar 14 2013 star this tip starred
Randy
Parking cost $7.00
The Mikado info Mar 11 2013 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

10 ratings
4.3 average rating
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attended Mar 07 2014

Alfredo is a very talented musician however his music was not to my liking...I prefer smooth jazz and expected more of the Latin influence.

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attended Mar 07 2014

Great trio! They performed for 90 minutes straight and were entertaining. Alfredo is star on the rise.

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attended Mar 07 2014

Very talented musicians, but the music was weird. No one wants to listen to a 10 to 15 minute drum solo except other drummers. Similarly, the bass fiddle solo didn't work for me either.

On the plus side, this guy can make sounds from a piano I've...continued

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More Information

Website

http://www.ferstcenter.gatech.edu/plugins/shows/index.php?id=561

Quotes & Highlights

“[Rodriguez’s] playing, proficient and soulful, projects a spirited, youthful charm.” —The New York Times

About the Ticket Supplier: Ferst Center for the Arts

The Ferst Center programs an outstanding season of music, dance, and comedy performances from September to April. Dance programming usually features contemporary and cultural dance forms, and the wide selection of musical genres includes jazz, folk, and pop music. The Georgia Tech Music Department performs several concerts at the Ferst Center throughout the year. DramaTech, the campus theatre group that has its own performance space, performs one show at the Ferst Center each spring. Each November Ballethnic Dance Company of Atlanta performs its enchanting Urban Nutcracker at the center. The Ferst Center is available for rental, and performances by student or community organizations are often available to the public.