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Jazz Musician Arturo Sandoval Opens Club in Miami
Published April 13, 2006

Arturo Sandoval, the world-renowned jazz musician, composer, trumpet player and pianist, has opened his own jazzclub in Miami Beach.

Arturo Sandoval, the world-renowned jazz musician, composer, trumpet player and pianist, opened his own jazzclub in Miami Beach, Florida, on April 2, 2006.

Located between Miami's famed Art Deco District and Bal Harbour in the Deauville Beach Resort, The Arturo Sandoval Jazz Club will showcase the talents of the Grammy Award-winning musician, as well as internationally recognized headliners such as Roberta Flack, Dee Dee Bridgewater, James Moody and Roy Haynes.The Deauville has an illustrious music history, having hosted some of the world's most prominent artists. The Beatles, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Sammy Davis, Jr., Diana Ross, Buster Keaton, Judy Garland, Tito Puente and Barbra Streisand are among those who have performed at the hotel.

"The Deauville maintains the spirit of those great artists who shared their souls in each magnificent performance. Their energy is infused within
its walls," commented Mr. Sandoval, in explaining why he personally chose the Miami Beach hotel as the site of his first jazz club.

"Miami's music and nightlife scene is already packed with stars and charged with excitement, but the opening of a club by a jazz legend like Arturo Sandoval will bring our entertainment scene to a new level," noted William D. Talbert, president & CEO of the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau. In addition to its "red hot" club scene, Miami is also home to numerous recording studios, is at the nexus of the Latin American music industry and regularly hosts numerous music awards, he noted. "Arturo has been one of Miami's great ambassadors over the years and we're delighted he has chosen Miami for his first club."