Emily Estefan to Perform at MDD Performance Series


Emily Estefan to Perform at MDD Performance Series

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Emily Estefan, Eduardo Marturet & Miami Symphony Orchestra
Emily Estefan, Eduardo Marturet & Miami Symphony Orchestra

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Tonight, the Miami Design District’s Palm Court Performance Series will feature a very special performer: Emily Estefan. The rising star’s performance is highly anticipated, after three weeks of successful musical exhibitions at the luxurious Palm Court curated by Emilio Estefan, a 19 Grammy Award-winning producer, and also the star’s father. This will be Emily’s second time showcasing her talent at Palm Court, following her performance alongside the prestigious MISO Symphony during the neighborhood’s third pop-up series.

As expected, the young singer is absolutely extraordinary and destined for stardom, taking after music mogul parents Emilio Estefan and Gloria Estefan. She recently debuted her self-produced album, Take Whatever You Wantof which she received high praise, landing on four Billboard Charts. Tonight, guests will get to hear some of its hit songs live.

While her parents have definitely had some influence over Emily’s career, she also has come to her own in a very unique way. In a recent interview with Haute Living and Emilio Estefan for his April/May cover debut, he told us that he is not guiding her music career.

He explains that, “she’s doing it herself. She knows more than me. I’m so proud of her. She’s doing the writing, singing, production. While I love music and have won 19 Grammys, she has one thing I didn’t have: She was fortunate enough to be educated . . . . She’s so educated when it comes to recording and writing. Of course, she’ll always have our advice and we will always try to protect her. But she does everything by herself.”

Be sure to catch all the action live at the free show tonight, starting at 5 p.m. in the Miami Design District‘s Palm Court.

 

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