South Florida Chamber Ensemble

South Florida Chamber Ensemble

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Cultural Arts Center at John Knox Village of Florida

400 SW 3 Street

Pompano Beach, FL 33060

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South Florida Chamber Ensemble changes lives in South Florida and beyond by promoting diversity and inclusion through the arts.

About this event

New York New York tells the story of music in the Big Apple, from Tin Pan Alley to Carnegie Hall to Broadway and more. The South Florida Chamber Ensemble brings you a one-hour multimedia performance of music, dance and, song including classical works by Tchaikovsky, Dvorak, and Scott Joplin, jazz by Thelonius Monk, George Gershwin, James P. Johnson, and Duke Ellington, music from Broadway musicals including Damn Yankees, Goldilocks, and Rent, songs by Frank Sinatra, Barry Mann, George M. Cohan, film scores by John Williams and Tan Dun and more. Bring your dancing shoes, tap your toes, and join us in the songs you know and love from the city that never sleeps while you enjoy iconic images of New York past, present and future during the performance.


The South Florida Chamber Ensemble (SFCE) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of South Florida residents through music. The group formed in 2011 when the Art Trio and the New York Wind Trio merged. The vision of the ensemble is to use music as a catalyst for change with respect to education, social justice, economic equality, and health and healing.

Directions to John Knox Village of Florida

Please enter the John Knox Village campus from the Main Gate on SW 3rd Avenue (directions are below).


400 SW 3rd Street, Pompano Beach, FL 33060

Take I-95 to Exit 36 - Atlantic Blvd. When you exit, head east on Atlantic Blvd. to Dixie Highway. Turn right (south) at Dixie Highway and get into your right-hand lane. At SW 3rd Street, turn right (west) and get into your left-hand lane. When you see the Guard Gate, turn left.


Once you pass through the main guard gate, follow the road (don’t drive faster than 14 MPH!!) and go around the traffic circle and then at the dead end, make a right. Go past the construction on your left and then the Pavilion building will be on your left, just west of the construction.

The Guard will hand you one envelope for each patron in the vehicle. Please open the envelope. A wristband in the envelope will serve as your ticket to enter the Cultural Arts Center.


Parking is located just west of the Cultural Arts Center which is the building next to the construction site.

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