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4th Annual Frost Music Liveconcert Series

Next date: Oct 30, 2020 - click here for time schedule - English

Frost School of Music Line-Up for 4th Annual Frost Music Liveconcert Series Highlights Performances by Award Winning All-Star Faculty and Students.

Fall Concerts to be Broadcast on YouTube to the Public for Free.

Performances include: Henry Mancini Institute's Artistic Director 5-time GRAMMY® Award Winner Maria Schneider, World-Renowned Conductor of the Frost Symphony Orchestra Gerard Schwarz, the Frost Award-Winning Jazz Vocal Ensemblesand more...

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The Frost School of Music at the University of Miami has announced the upcoming schedule for its critically acclaimed FROST MUSIC LIVEconcert series through November. The virtual series continues the school policy of keeping the music playing, free to the public through a variety of platforms since the pandemic began in March.

Since its inception, Frost Music Live concert season has featuredtop name guest artists and alumni performing with Frost School facultyartists and talented students. In order to maintain everyone's safety during these challenging times, concerts are being live-streamed while performed safely on the school stages, or rebroadcast for a later date. Notable highlights include:Frost Bands in the Age of Covid,an ambitious classical concert of music for winds; the Frost Superbanda night of music for jazz big band featuring guest conductor Maria Schneideralong with members of the Frost Concert Jazz Band and Frost Studio Jazz Band;the Frost Symphony Orchestra conducted by maestro Gerard Schwarz; Rock the Musical with the Frost Theatre Ensemble; and the MSJ Jazz Ensemble directed by three-time GRAMMY winner John Daversa. Strick safety protocolsare being followed by faculty and students for all performances.

“We are very excited to present the line-up for our 4th Annual Frost Music Live Concert Series,” stated Dean Shelly Berg. “While this year has presented unique challenges, we have found ways to create opportunities to showcase the extraordinary talented members of our faculty in collaboration with our students in a variety of world-class performances. We are pleased that our students can continue to grow as artists, and to be able to keep our musical community together with the Frost Music Live virtual free concert series untilwe can present music live in-person again.”

The schedule through the end of November is as follows:

  • Sunday, October 18, 2020, 4:00p.m.
    Online Broadcast—Pre-Recorded
    Frost Bands in the Age of COVID-19
    Robert M. Carnochan, conductor
    Steven Moore, conductor
    Tina DiMeglio, graduate conductor
    Jack J. Hontz, graduate conductor
    Roy McLerran, graduate conductor
    This ambitious concert of music for winds includes Richard Strauss's Wiener Philharmoniker Fanfare, Paul Wranitzky (F.J. Haydn) Partita in F Major, Gustav Holst's First Suite in E-flat for Military Band, the Scherzo alla Marcia movement from Ralph Vaughan Williams's Symphony No. 8 in D minor, and Paul Hindemith's Konzertmusik für Blasorchester, op. 41.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=wA9UyO0ox_M
  • Monday, October 19, 2020, 7:30p.m.
    Online Broadcast—Pre-Recorded
    Frost Choral Studies—Choralcopia
    Amanda Quist, Corin Overland, Kate Reid, Alan Johnson, Raina Murnak, directors
    Scott AuCoin, Jamie Bunce, Victoria Nieto-Betancourt, Caroline Player, Liana Salinas, graduate student conductors
    The Frost Choral Studies area will showcase vocal ensemble music from the Frost School of Music. Featuring Frost Bella Voce, Symphonic Choir, Frost Opera Theater, JV1, and Biscaydence.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=eR5l66pmmrs
  • Tuesday, October 20, 2020, 7:30p.m.
    Online Broadcast—Livestream
    Frost Superband—Familiar Names, New Sounds
    Steve Guerra Jr., conductor
    Troy Roberts, saxophone
    Maria Schneider, Guest Conductor
    A night of music for jazz big band, featuring members of the Frost School's acclaimed Frost Concert Jazz Band and Frost Studio Jazz Band. The band will perform newly released and/or never recorded music by Maria Schneider, Mary Lou Williams, Manny Albam and students in the band. Special thanks to Rob and Doug Duboff at Ejazzlines for making available historic musical arrangements that have never been recorded.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0UHyQsmNdU
  • Saturday, October 24, 2020,7:30p.m.
    Online Broadcast—Livestream
    Darker America—Frost Symphony Orchestra
    Gerard Schwarz, director
    This concert begins with a tone poem by the dean of African American composers, William Grant Still (1895-1978). An extremely accomplished musician, Still played oboe in the pit orchestra for Sissle and Blake's very successful musical, Shuffle Along. In 1926, conductor Eugene Goossens premiered Darker America, which became Still's first major success. Still wrote, “Darker America is representative of the American Negro, and suggests triumph over sorrow through fervent prayer.”

    The W.A. Mozart's (1756-1791) Symphony No. 41, nicknamed the Jupiter Symphony, is the largest and most complex of his symphonies. It is the culmination of the great classical period symphony, paving the way for Beethoven's revolutionary works.

    Frost student competition winners Kristin Baird, violin; Tadao Hermida, cello; and Pricila Navarro, piano perform Ludwig van Beethoven's (1770-1827) Triple Concerto in celebration of the composer's 250th birthday. This is the only Beethoven concerto for multiple instruments and one of seven works that he wrote that included the piano and an orchestra.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=FizqSD2vgNY
  • Sunday, October 25, 2020, 7:30 p.m.
    Online Broadcast
    Frost Sax Quartets
    Dale Underwood, director
    This concert will feature members from the Frost Saxophone Studio that range from Freshmen to Doctoral students. The program will include music for saxophone quartets from the 20th and 21st century and run the gamut from folksongs and vaudeville, to classical and modern.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=gE_0JuZm-Ms&feature=youtu.be
  • Friday, October 30, 2020, 7:30p.m.
    Online Broadcast—Pre-Recorded
    Frost Chorale—The Promise of Living
    Amanda Quist, director
    The Frost Chorale celebrates the promise of living with choral music that shares our dreams for the future through song. Featuring works by Undine Smith Moore, the "Dean of Black Women Composers," as well as works by composers riks Esenvalds, Eric Whitacre, Aaron Copland, and Bob Chilcott.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmBLHAgrmjo
  • Sunday, November 8, 2020, 8:00p.m.
    Online Broadcast—Pre-Recorded
    Frost Music Theater Ensemble—Rock the Musical
    Frank Ragsdale, director
    The Frost Music Theater Ensemble explores the pop/rock genres used in so many musicals today from Motown to Hip Hop. Join us as we delve into the different eras and discover how the music emerged from the political and social climate of the time.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6NNu1fEcWg
  • Monday, November 9, 2020, 6:30 p.m.
    Broadcast—Livestream
    MSJ Small Jazz Ensemble Concert
    John Daversa, director
    Featuring student groups, Extensions directed by Kate Reid, Odd Times Ensemble directed by Errol Rackipov, and the Jazz Trumpet Ensemble directed by Michael Dudley and Michael Gutierrez.
    youtu.be/nDwqdv-1WVw
  • Tuesday, November 10, 2020, 7:30 p.m.
    Online Broadcast—Livestream
    Beethoven, Mozart, and Prokofiev—Frost Conductor's Orchestra
    Gerard Schwarz and Scott Flavin, directors
    Matthew Cooperman, Kyle Elgarten, Carlos Lopez, Camilo Tellez, graduate conducting majors
    Witness the future of classical music with the next generation of conductors. The program consists of masterpieces of the orchestral literature. Enjoy one of Mozart's last symphonies, Symphony No. 39; Beethoven's Symphony No. 1, which marked Beethoven's symphonic composing debut; Beethoven's Overture to Egmont, composed during the Napoleonic Wars and later became the unofficial anthem of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution; Beethoven's Coriolan Overture, which was written in connection to Heinrich Joseph von Collin's play; and Prokofiev Symphony No. 1, which was the first neoclassical composition.
    youtu.be/VMkWUDbpkWQ
  • Wednesday, November 11, 2020, 7:30p.m.
    Online Broadcast—Pre-Recorded
    Menotti ReMixed - A New Look at the Operas of Gian Carlo Menotti and Samuel Barber
    Frost Opera Theater -- Alan Johnson and Jeffrey Buchman, directors
    For Fall 2020, Frost opera students will delve deep into the works of Gian Carlo Menotti and Samuel Barber with self-directed videos they have created to their performances of excerpts from Menotti's Amelia at the Ball, The Medium, The Telephone, Maria Golovin, The Old Maid and the Thief, The Consul, The Saint of Bleecker Street, and Barber's Hand of Bridge, and Vanessa. The program will also feature two scenes by British composers Benjamin Britten (A Midsummer Night's Dream), and Jonathan Dove (Flight).
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=POugCP_XOiQ
  • Tuesday, November 17, 2020, 7:30p.m.
    Online Broadcast—Livestream
    Frost XJB and Frost Septet
    Chuck Bergeron, director
    Enjoy a night of impressive jazz music and incredible energy.The concert will begin with a set performed by The Frost Septet, featuring a program of original music created by the students for this concert. The XJB then performs arrangements by their musical director, senior Kenton Luck. Selections will include Joe Henderson's Jenrikisha and the Sammy Fain classic I'll Be Seeing You.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCcdZA8Z-GU
  • Wednesday, November 18, 2020, 7:30p.m.
    Online Broadcast—Livestream
    Frost Superband—The Big Three meet Studio Jazz Writing
    Steve Guerra, Jr., director
    The Frost Superband plays the music of Thad Jones, Bob Brookmeyer, and Jim McNeely, three former musical directors of the famed Village Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, as well as the premiere of compositions by members of the Frost Studio Jazz Writing Program.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKTmrorVu7A
  • Thursday, November 19, 2020, 7:30p.m.
    Online Broadcast—Livestream
    Jazz Vocal Ensemble Concert
    Kate Reid, director
    The award-winning Frost Jazz Vocal ensembles present music from today's leading jazz composers.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJj9TjybFDQ
  • Friday, November 20, 2020, 7:30p.m.
    Online Broadcast—Livestream
    20th Century Masterpieces—Frost Symphony Orchestra
    Gerard Schwarz, director
    Explore the masterpieces that helped guide so many composers during the musically volatile 20th century. Listen to Alvin Singleton's (b.1940) After Choice. He is one of our most distinguished composers who will be celebrating his 80th birthday in December.

    Enjoy Claude Debussy's (1862-1918) Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun, considered a turning point of music. Take delight in Aaron Copland's (1900-1990) Appalachian Spring Suite, which won the 1945 Pulitzer Prize for Music. Both pieces were created for dance. Vaslav Nijinsky choreographed Debussy's piece; while Martha Graham, the most influential American modern dancer, choreographed Copland's piece.

    Finally, take delight in Paul Hindemith's (1895-1963) Concert Music for Strings and Brass. The German American composer wrote this work for the 50th anniversary of the Boston Symphony Orchestra in 1930. He features the brass section of the orchestra, which created a thrilling tonal pallet that has made this work so special for years to come.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-U8yZQwBHU
  • Saturday, November 21, 2020, 7:30p.m.
    Online Broadcast—Pre-Recorded
    American Modern Band—Video Countdown!
    Raina Murnak & Stephen Rucker, directors
    Enjoy an exciting evening with members of the Frost School of Music's American Modern Band as they showcase their original music in a music video format. The group is composed of amazing young songwriters and artists who collaborate and step out of their genre comforts. All videos are student directed, produced filmed and recorded.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hb1j2BYuJk
  • Sunday, November 22, 2020, time TBD
    Online Broadcast—Pre-Recorded
    Frost Bands
    Robert Carnochan, director
    Join the Frost Wind Ensemble and Frost Symphonic Winds for an evening of colorful music that explores the rich and exotic timbres of wind band music.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=STae6A-fMJw
  • Monday, November 23, 2020, 7:30p.m.
    Online Broadcast—Pre-Recorded
    American Music Ensemble—The Journey to the Music
    Daniel Strange, director
    The Frost School of Music's American Music Ensemble (known around campus as “AME”) brings you on their musical journey through their fall semester in this Rocumentary-inspired presentation. Director Daniel Strange and his 11 Frost student members take you through the creative, rehearsal, recording and performance process all while navigating their daily campus life as well as overcoming the challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic has presented for young musicians.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyjC8qPnUvM
  • Date TBD
    Online Broadcast—Pre-Recorded
    Frost Superband—AnnualHoliday Concert
    A night of Holiday music for jazz big band, featuring members of the Frost School's acclaimed Frost Concert Jazz Band and Frost Studio Jazz Band.
    Please check www.frost.miami.edu for the link and updated dates & times

About Frost Music Live!
The Frost School of Music at the University of Miami proudly launched its annual Frost Music Live Series in September 2017. The series offers more than 100 concerts each year, providing for people of all ages the chance to be enriched by live musical performances. It is unrivaled in its scope of musical presentations and contributions while expanding academic opportunities and cultural enrichment to all of South Florida and its visitors. The series features the Frost School of Music's widely known artist-faculty and student ensembles, and world-renowned guest artists. Visit www.frostmusiclive.com for additional information.

Orchestra Miami Happy Hour Concert

Friday, Oct 30, 2020 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM - English

Orchestra Miami invites you to their Virtual Happy Hour Concert on Friday, October 23rd at 6pm! This free, virtual performance will feature Erin Gittelsohn and Kendra Hawley, oboes You can tune-in to the Happy Hour LIVE via Zoom or catch the performance on Facebook Live.

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Oboist Dr. Erin Gittelsohn performs throughout the South Florida area and instructs young musicians from the elementary through college level. She has served as principal oboist of the United States Air Force Band in Washington D.C., and is currently oboe instructor at Florida Atlantic University and principal oboist of the Miami City Ballet Orchestra. Oboe and English horn soloist, Dr. Kendra Hawley, has performed internationally as a chamber musician, opera, ballet, theater and orchestral player. Currently a regular member of the Nu Deco Ensemble, Palm Beach Opera, and Tesserae Collective--a collaborative chamber music organization, Kendra was previously Assistant Principal Oboe and English Horn Soloist with the Orquesta Filharmonica de Santiago, Chile. She has performed with other ensembles including: Orquesta Sinfónica de Chile, Orquesta Sinfonica de Concepción, Florida Grand Opera, Naples Philharmonic, Orlando Philharmonic, and Virginia Symphony Orchestra.

Location

Virtual Event
Virtual event, Miami, FL 33133 (Map)

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How I Fell in Love with Jazz: Video Contest

Saturday, Oct 31, 2020 various times - English

$2,500 grand prize!

You have 10 days to submit your 60-second video diary to our video contest! Remember, you need as many votes as you can to secure a prize, so, once approved, share your video with as many of your friends and family as possible. Now, take a deep breath, get your recording device ready, and tell us how you fell in love with Jazz. We're rooting for you!

  • 1st Prize - $2,500
  • 2nd Prize - $1000
  • (100) Crowd favorites - $100 Each

Plus, See how you can help musician in need through the jazz foundation of America’s Covid-19 musicians’ Emergency found.

Location

Jazz Foundation of America
247 West 37 Street, Suite 201, New York, NY 10018 (Map)

Symphony Sundays: Beethoven's Symphony N. 1 in C Major, Op. 21

Sunday, Nov 1, 2020 at 4:00 PM - English

Orchestra Miami presents Symphony Sundays: A series of online performances of the 4-hand piano arrangements of the first eight of Beethoven's nine symphonies. Sundays at 4 PM beginning on Nov. 1st. Tune in on Zoom by visiting website or listen via Orchestra Miami's Facebook Page here.

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Beethoven's Symphony N. 1 in C Major, Op. 21 will be performed by Dr. Paul Posnak & Dr. Anita Castiglione. Dr. Posnak's international career as concert pianist, recording artist, transcriber and educator began with a full scholarship to the Juilliard School at age 8. Recipient of Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral degrees at Juilliard, and of the Loeb Prize (Juilliard's highest award), he won First Prizes in the International J.S. Bach Competition and the Concert Artists Guild Competition in New York. He has performed at the White House, for the Supreme Court, at the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Recital and Tully Halls in NY and throughout Europe. Dr. Castiglione's career as a soloist, collaborative pianist, choral accompanist and educator began with piano studies at the age of six. She has performed throughout the U.S., including performances of the Schumann Piano Concert with The Miami Philharmonic, the Beethoven 3d Concerto with The Princeton University Orchestra and the Gershwin Piano Concerto with The Palm Beach Symphony. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Miami and Masters degree form the Juilliard School, both in piano performance. She earned her Doctorate in Collaborative Piano as the Teaching Assistant in the program at the UM Frost School of Music.

To hear this incredible duo perform, tune in on Zoom by visiting website or listen via Orchestra Miami's Facebook Page. Happy 250th Birthday Beethoven!

Location

Virtual Event
Virtual event, virtual event, Miami, FL 33133 (Map)

The Music of Victor Herbert

Next date: Nov 4, 2020 - click here for time schedule - English

This season, Florida Grand Opera's SongFest series contains two concerts that highlight the romantic and witty operettas of Victor Herbert (Naughty Marietta, Babes in Toyland, Orange Blossoms), as well as exploring the ever popular genres of 20th & 21st century opera and musical theater.Each SongFest series will feature all members of FGO's Studio Artist Program, giving audiences a chance to discover new repertoire and the artist's extraordinary talent off the mainstage.

  • Wednesday, November 4 at 7:30PM
    Coral Gables Museum
    285Aragon Avenue Coral Gables, FL 33134
  • Sunday, November 8, 2020, at 4:00pm
    Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church Chapel
    5555 N Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308

Tickets: $10 per person, free for subscribers. Virtual option available, details to follow.

Location

Coral Gables Museum
285 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables, AK 33134 (Map)

Contact Information

Florida Grand Opera

305-603-8067

tickets.fgo.org/Tickets/EventDetails.aspx?id=2032

www.coralgablesmuseum.org/

Garden After Dark with Cortadito

Thursday, Nov 5, 2020 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM - English

The Garden After Dark series brings live music to the Garden in a fun and safe environment! Rain or Shine.

The golden age of Cuban dance music comes alive with Miami's own version of the Buena Vista Social Club. A "Best of New Times" winner, this group brings the old school style of Cuba into 21st century Miami.

  • Pop-up Shops
  • Shop and Tour with Gaylord
  • Visit the Garden Center
  • Cocktails available for purchase.

Location

Miami Beach Botanical Gardens
2000 Convention Center Dr., Miami Beach, FL 33139 (Map)

Beethoven Lives Upstairs

Sunday, Nov 8, 2020 from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM - English

Teach your kids about the life and works of Ludwig van Beethoven in the world-famous production of "Beethoven Lives Upstairs"! A "madman" has moved into the upstairs apartment of Christoph, a young boy who lives in Vienna. Through a series of letters to his Uncle, dramatically underscored with Beethoven's most beautiful excerpts, Christoph slowly comes to understand the genius of the man, the torment of his deafness and the beauty of his music.

The production stars A.J. Ruiz as Uncle, and Melanie Caplan as Christoph, and is performed with Orchestra Miami, Elaine Rinaldi, conductor and directed by David Grabarkewitz.Sunday, Nov. 8, 2020, 3 PM at Pinecrest Gardens, 11000 SW 57 Avenue, Pinecrest, 33156. Watch the show live in person at Pinecrest Gardens, or view it at home via the live stream broadcast.

For complete information & for online Live Stream tickets, please visit our website.

Please note: seating capacity at Pinecrest Gardens is limited to 150 people to ensure everyone's safety. The banyan Bowl is an outdoor venue; masks will be required for entry. Get your ticket today!

Location

Pinecrest Gardens
11000 SW Red Road, Pinecrest, FL 33156 (Map)

20th & 21st Century Opera & Musical Theater

Next date: Nov 10, 2020 - click here for time schedule - English

This season, Florida Grand Opera's SongFest series contains two concerts that highlight the romantic and witty operettas of Victor Herbert (Naughty Marietta, Babes in Toyland, Orange Blossoms), as well as exploring the ever popular genres of 20th & 21st century opera and musical theater.

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Each SongFest series will feature all members of FGO's Studio Artist Program, giving audiences a chance to discover new repertoire and the artist's extraordinary talent off the mainstage.

  • Tuesday, November 10, 2020, at 7:30pm
    Coral Gables Museum
    285 Aragon Avenue
    Coral Gables, FL 33134
  • Sunday, November 15, 2020, at 4:00pm
    Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church Chapel
    5555 N Federal Highway
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308

Tickets: $10 per person, free for subscribers

Location

Coral Gables Museum
285 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables, AK 33134 (Map)

Contact Information

Florida Grand Opera

305-603-8067

tickets.fgo.org/Tickets/EventDetails.aspx?id=2032

www.coralgablesmuseum.org/

Opera's Greatest Hits

Saturday, Nov 14, 2020 from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM - English

Don't miss your chance to hear opera's most famous arias by Florida Grand Opera's up and coming stars!

This concert features operatic favorites for opera lovers and first timers alike. Selections range from Puccini, Bizet, Verdi, Rossini, and much more accompanied by piano.

Tickets: $25 per Person. $60 for all Performances (First Sing, Greatest Hits, & Holiday Pops). Virtual option available, details to follow.

Location

Florida Grand Opera
8390 NW 25TH ST, Miami, FL 33122 (Map)

Symphony N. 2 in D Major, Op. 36; Elaine Rinaldi and Don Cannarozzi

Sunday, Nov 15, 2020 at 4:00 PM - English

Orchestra Miami presents Symphony Sundays: A series of online performances of the 4-hand piano arrangements of the first eight of Beethoven's nine symphonies. Sundays at 4 PM beginning on Nov. 1st.

Reserve your ticket for the LIVE Zoom performance by visiting website or listen via Orchestra Miami's Facebook Page.

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Beethoven's Symphony N. 2 in D Major, Op 36 will be performed by Elaine Rinaldi and Don Cannarozzi. Elaine Rinaldi, Founder and Artistic Director of Orchestra Miami, is a Miami native who has chosen to return home and reinvest in her community. In addition to her work with Orchestra Miami, Ms. Rinaldi maintains an active presence on the stage as a chamber musician and recital accompanist, working with some of the most recognizable names in opera. Notable recital engagements have included performances with Metropolitan Opera stars Russell Thomas, Eglise Gutierrez, Elizabeth Caballero and Yunah Lee, whom she accompanied in a recital tour of Japan. Don Cannarozzi received a Bachelor of Music degree in piano performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music, where he studied with Jack Radunsky, and a Master of Music degree in Organ Performance from The Florida University, where he studied with Muchael Corxine. Being a pragmatist, Cannarozzi also obtained his law degree from FSU. On September 1, 2018, Cannarozzi retired from law and now donates all his energy to his life-long passion for music. Cannarozzi met Elaine Rinaldi when she worked for Florida Grand Opera, and is honored that she asked him to participate in the Beethoven Symphony Sundays four hand festival.

To hear this incredible duo perform, reserve your ticket on Zoom by visiting website or listen via Orchestra Miami's Facebook Page.

250th Birthday Beethoven!

Location

Virtual Event
Virtual event, Miami, FL 33133 (Map)

“Garden After Dark” with DJ Le Spam

Thursday, Nov 19, 2020 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM - English

The Garden After Dark series brings live music to the garden in a fun and safe environment! Rain or Shine.

Andrew Yeomanson, aka DJ Le Spam, is best known for being the leader and founder of the Spam Allstars, one of Miami's most original and well-known bands. His DJ set features gems from his vast vinyl collection with classic soul, ska, Latin and more.

  • Pop-up Shops
  • Shop and Tour with Gaylord
  • Visit the Garden Center
  • Cocktails available for purchase

Location

Miami Beach Botanical Gardens
2000 Convention Center Dr., Miami Beach, FL 33139 (Map)

Symphony N. 3 in E Flat Major, Op. 55; Elaine Rinaldi & Gregory Buchal

Sunday, Nov 22, 2020 at 4:00 PM - English

Orchestra Miami presents Symphony Sundays: A series of online performances of the 4-hand piano arrangements of the first eight of Beethoven’s nine symphonies. Sundays at 4 PM beginning on Nov. 1st. Reserve your ticket for the LIVE  Zoom performance by visiting http://bit.ly/omss1122or listen via Orchestra Miami’s Facebook Page here: www.facebook.com/OrchestraMiami

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Elaine Rinaldi, Founder and Artistic Director of Orchestra Miami, is a Miami native who has chosen to return home and reinvest in her community. In addition to her work with Orchestra Miami, Ms. Rinaldi maintains an active presence on the stage as a chamber musician and recital accompanist, working with some of the most recognizable names in opera. Notable recital engagements have included performances with Metropolitan Opera stars Russell Thomas, Eglise Gutierrez, Elizabeth Caballero and Yunah Lee, whom she accompanied in a recital tour of Japan. Gregory Buchalter holds the titles of Music Director of Opera Fairbanks and Opera Camerata of Washington. Internationally, he has conducted Salome at the Savonlinna Opera Festival, Die Fledermaus at the Vienna Volksoper, Mozart’s Entfuhrung aus dem Serail at the Spoleto Festival, Cosi fan Tutte with the Mediterranean Opera Festival in Italy and Eugene Onegin with the New Opera World Festival in Moscow. He was Music Director of Opera Las Vegas for 5 years and conducted the American Premieres of Mercadante’s I due Figaro, Von Winter’s Das Labyrinth and Donizetti’s Olivo e Pasquale in New York.

To hear this incredible duo perform, reserve your ticket on Zoom by visiting website or listen via Orchestra Miami’s Facebook Page.

Happy 250th Birthday Beethoven!

Location

Virtual Event
Virtual event, Miami, FL 33133 (Map)

Symphony N. 4 in B Flat Major, Op. 60, performed by Duo Beaux Arts

Sunday, Nov 29, 2020 at 4:00 PM - English

Orchestra Miami presents Symphony Sundays: A series of online performances of the 4-hand piano arrangements of the first eight of Beethoven’s nine symphonies. Sundays at 4 PM beginning on Nov. 1st.

Reserve your ticket for the LIVE Zoom performance by visiting website or listen via Orchestra Miami’s Facebook Page.

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Duo Beaux Arts was formed in 2008 by internationally renowned husband and wife concert pianists and recording artists Catherine Lan and Tao Lin. The Duo has performed in France, Switzerland, Spain, Estonia, Finland, the Netherlands, China, and the US to both critical and audience acclaim. The Duo specializes in music from the Baroque era to the contemporary, including Tangos and Ragtime. They are also the founders of Beaux Arts Chamber Music Series in Naples, Florida, which invites pre-eminent chamber groups in the world to perform in a wonderfully intimate setting. Duo Beaux Arts has been featured on Fox4 Morning Blend TV, Venice Magazine, Asian-Trend Magazine, World Journal New York, and Gulfshore Life Magazine.

Season highlights include concerts in Hungary and Canada. Duo Beaux Arts is represented by Lisa Sapinkopf Artists.

To hear this incredible duo perform, reserve your ticket on Zoom by visiting website or listen via Orchestra Miami’s Facebook Page.

Happy 250th Birthday Beethoven!

Location

Virtual Event
Virtual event, Miami, FL 33133 (Map)

Symphony N. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67; Jared Peroune & Paul Schwartz

Sunday, Dec 6, 2020 at 4:00 PM - English

Orchestra Miami presents Symphony Sundays: A series of online performances of the 4-hand piano arrangements of the first eight of Beethoven’s nine symphonies. Sundays at 4 PM beginning on Nov. 1st.

Reserve your ticket for the LIVE Zoom performance by visiting website or listen via Orchestra Miami’s Facebook Page here.

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Jared Peroune is a Doctor of Musical Arts student in collaborative piano at the University of Miami. Quickly becoming an established collaborative musician, Jared has collaborated with a number of vocalists and instrumentalists throughout South Florida. He has been heard in concerts and recitals throughout Florida, Italy, Ireland and the United Kingdom, and in his hometown of Georgetown, Guyana. Broadening his abilities to other keyboard instruments, Jared recently was featured as harpsichord soloist in a benefit concert at Corpus Christie Church to raise money for a new instrument. In years past, he has been accompanist and continuo organist for Miami Collegium Musicum, a group for which he was also Assistant Conductor, often in collaboration with the Miami Bach Society and the German Consulate. Pianist Paul Schwartz has performed more than 800 recitals in the United States, Canada, and South America. Mr. Schwartz worked at the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music for 10 years and in addition to teaching, accompanying, and sight-reading, accompanied three choral ensembles and a variety of performance classes. He is in demand as a collaborative artist for both faculty and students. While in Miami, his collaborators have included Helmuth Rilling, Michael Tilson Thomas, Robert Porco, John Corigliano, Joe Alessi of the NY Philharmonic, Seraphic Fire, Gerry Pagano, Richard King , and Massimo LaRosa, both members of the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra, Richard Todd, Trudy Kane, and Craig Morris, among others. Paul Schwartz is currently the Main Stage rehearsal pianist for Florida Grand Opera and is finishing up his fourth season with them.

To hear this incredible duo perform, reserve your ticket on Zoom by visiting website or listen via Orchestra Miami’s Facebook Page.

Happy 250th Birthday Beethoven!

Location

Virtual Event
Virtual event, Miami, FL 33133 (Map)

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