Dirty Vegas collaborates with the New World Symphony to present Synesthesia in Miami

Miami's New World Center is easily becoming the world's most exciting place to experience music on a whole new level. On Saturday, June 4th, music lovers had the chance to check out Synesthesia at the New World Center sponsored by Lincoln. Synesthesia is a show that fuses house music with the sounds of a live classical symphony orchestra. The show's concept is the first of its kind in the United States. This weekend's performance was headlined by Grammy Award winners Dirty Vegas (pictured above) who took over the turn tables as the New World Symphony rocked their instruments. Prior to the electric event, guests were able to enjoy a VIP reception featuring food by BLT Steak and martinis by Bombay Sapphire. Since the event was also sponsored by Miami Magazine and The Betsy Hotel, guests were invited to an exclusive after party at the trendy South Beach hotel to continue the celebration of this new musical production.

If you didn't have a chance to check out Dirty Vegas and the 30 piece symphony orchestra, stay tuned because Synesthesia will debut three additional shows in the near future: Latino music, world music and R&B music. Each of these genres of music will be fused with a symphony orchestra....imagine that! To learn more about these upcoming events, visit the New World Symphony's website.

Top Left: On of my favorite photographers, Jipsy (right), strikes a pose with her friend for Miami Beats and Sazon!

Synesthesia provided everyone in the room with a full sensory experience. While listening to the music, attendees gazed at amazing visuals by one of the world's top female VJ's, Laurence Gartel of Psyberpixie. The visual mixing was incredible because every beat of the music synchronized with the images on the projector. Synesthesia also used scent creating technologies during the show similar to those used by Cirque Du Soleil and Disney. Overall, it was an unforgettable night so watch out for more upcoming shows in Miami!

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