Classical music review

New World offers an intriguing, essentially American chamber program

 

A chamber music concert without string quartets? Or piano trios or quartets? Yes, and it was an intriguing change of pace when members of the New World Symphony took to the stage in less frequently heard combinations of instruments.

We had a work for horn and harp, another for flute and guitar, a third for trumpet, English horn and strings and one for seven stringed instruments in a Sunday concert at New World Center in Miami Beach devoted mostly to American works.

Read the review at SouthFloridaClassicalReview.com.

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