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Mikhail Zorich of the Philadelphia Multicultural Arts Exchange Talks Maci Miller Season Finale

Updated: Aug 7, 2020

Mikhail Zorich works as the Project Director of the Philadelphia Multicultural Arts Exchange, but as the old saying goes "If you do what you love, you'll never work a day in your life." It's very clear from our chat, that his passion for history and culture play an integral role in his ability to bring art to life. Using his keen eye for talent, this organization has some of the best international artists throughout a variety of genres, who perform for their diverse fan base.

In a time where we are forced to do mostly everything online, the ability to watch these shows virtually and fulfill our souls with this style of entertainment, from the comfort of our own home, is a win-win!

Their 2019 - 2020 season has remained vibrant, and they will finish out the summer season strong with “Jazz at Sunset” featuring Maci Miller. Maci Miller is an accomplished singer/songwriter, actor, model, and spokesperson. She sang in legendary rooms such as the Jazz Standard and Danny's Skylight Room in NYC, Ortlieb’s and Chris's Jazz Cafe in Philadelphia, Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, and Bally's, Harrah's and the Claridge in Atlantic City. Maci is also a featured guest vocalist with numerous notable symphonic orchestras, big band, and pops concerts.

Check out the deets for her virtual event:

WHEN: Friday August 21st 7:30 - 8:30

WHAT: She will sing some of her favorite songs from The Great American Songbook, accompanied by Tim Brey on the piano.

TICKETS: $10+tax and can be purchased here

ABOUT THE MULTICULTURAL ARTS EXCHANGE Multicultural Arts Exchange works to “Unite artists of different genres and people of various cultural backgrounds, using local underutilized venues such as places of worship, museums, and restaurants.” They strive to “Foster community by promoting collaboration between multicultural artists and aspire to keep the arts alive through the connections and experiences that their performers and audiences make together.” #Philly #Phila #Philadelphia #Art #Culture #MaciMiller

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