Pop Up Performances on Miami Beach Saturday

The 8-minute performances are part of the Knight Foundation's Random Acts of Culture

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    Bicycle riders watch the swirling surf generated by the remains of Tropical Storm Ernesto August 30, 2006 in Miami Beach, Florida. So far the storm has passed with little damage to the area.

    Two-hundred musical acts will participate in a pop up performance on Miami Beach.

    Singers, musicians, dancers and drummers will perform live Saturday evening on the iconic Lincoln Road. It's part of the Knight Foundation's Random Acts of Culture.

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    The 8-minute performance includes jazz dancers, Afro-Cuban drummers, choir members and classical musicians as they perform an arrangement of Beethoven's ``Ode to Joy'' by Miami-based conductor Sam Hyken of the Miami Music Project. The event is being coordinated by the Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.

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    A press release says eight cities in the country have hosted these performances over the last two years. Previous performances were held in airports, lobbies, department stores and trains.

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