Season of the Arts

These classical music concerts are coming to South Florida

Andrea Bocelli will perform Feb. 12, 2017, at the AmericanAirlines Arena
Andrea Bocelli will perform Feb. 12, 2017, at the AmericanAirlines Arena

PERFORMANCES

ALHAMBRA ORCHESTRA

Oct. 8: “Beethoven 5 Plus” — Orchestra concert featuring Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, Tchaikovsky’s Capriccio Italien, and solo cello works with Jason Calloway. Ransom Everglades.

Oct. 29: A Spooky Symphony: Multimedia Halloween spectacular, featuring the Greater Miami Youth Symphony. Adrienne Arsht.

Dec. 2: Holidays in the Garden: Family Pops Concert of seasonal favorites in lovely tropical setting. Pinecrest Gardens.

Dec. 11: “Messiah Sing-In” with Civic Chorale: Free performance of highlights from Handel’s masterpiece. Old Cutler Presbyterian.

Feb. 12: “South Florida’s Got Talent” — Presenting the Young Winners of Annual Concerto Competition. FIU-Wertheim.

April 2: Baroque Gems: All-baroque chamber concert of music by Bach, Vivaldi, Handel and Gabrielli. Coral Gables Congregational.

April 30: “New Worlds” — Season finale concert featuring Dvorak’s New World Symphony and his Romance for violin, plus Mendelssohn’s Fingal’s Cave. Ransom.

AMERICANAIRLINES ARENA

Feb. 12: Andrea Bocelli.

ADRIENNE ARSHT CENTER

Oct. 22: Renée Fleming, America’s Voice, performing with the New World Symphony, Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor.

Nov. 9: The Cleveland Orchestra: Education Concerts — Brett Mitchell, conductor.

Nov. 11-12: The Cleveland Orchestra, Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor.

Jan. 10: The Minnesota Orchestra – Osmo Vänskä, conductor.

Jan. 27-28: The Cleveland Orchestra, Franz Welser-Möst, conductor; Jennifer Johnson Cano, mezzo-soprano; Seraphic Fire.

Feb. 2 and 4: The Cleveland Orchestra, Franz Welser-Möst, conductor; Nikolaj Znaider, violin.

Feb. 3: The Cleveland Orchestra, Franz Welser-Möst, conductor; Yo-Yo Ma, cello.

Feb. 11: The Bamberg Symphony Orchestra – Beethoven’s “Eroica.”

Feb. 25: Pianist Lang Lang.

March 18: Academy of St Martin in the Fields Orchestra – An Evening of Mozart.

March 24-25: The Cleveland Orchestra, Franz Welser-Möst, conductor.

ARTS AT ST. JOHNS

Dec. 4: Annual Messiah Sing-a- Long — The St. John’s Chancel Choir and soloists, Phil Bracken-Tripp, conductor.

April 22: The Modern Flute — Works by Varese, Robert Dick, Berio and Debussy’s Syrinx.

BAILEY HALL

Sept. 25: Chamber Series: Gustavo Romero — piano music by Schumann, Dutilleux and Ginastra.

Oct. 1: Chamber Series: Broward College Chamber Players —music by Mendelssohn, Dvorak and Shostakovich.

Oct. 8: Chamber Series: Delray String Quartet — Mei Mei Lou, violin; Ashley Garritson, cello; and Dr. Jure Rozman, piano; with special guest Dr. Catherine Len.

Nov. 12: Chamber Series: Piazzolla: A Tango Nuevo — Thomas Cotk, violin, and Tao Lin, piano.

Feb. 12: Claremont Trio.

Feb. 25: March of the Penguins — Live! with Broward Symphony and Guest Conductor Jeffrey Schindler.

March 2: Chamber Series: Cabaret in Paris — Julia Bruskin, cello; Dr. Aaron Wunsch, piano; and Dr. Jure Rozman, piano.

March 19: Chamber Series: A Musical Journey — Dr. Jure Rozman, piano.

March 28: The Palm Beach Symphony, Ramon Tebar, conductor.

April 27: Chamber Series: Four-Hand Piano — Franz Schubert, Gustavo Romero and Massimo Somenzi, piano.

BROWARD CENTER

Oct. 8: South Florida Pride Wind Ensemble: The Four Elements.

Dec. 8: The Symphonia, Boca Raton, with Jan Mracek: Drama & Virtuosity, James Judd, conductor.

Dec. 10: South Florida Pride Wind Ensemble: Holiday Treasures.

Jan. 13: Amernet String Quartet.

Feb. 1: Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra —A British Invasion: The Boston Pops Plays The Beatles.

Feb. 19: South Florida Pride Wind Ensemble: Youth Pride Band.

March 9: Itzhak Perlman with Rohan De Silva.

March 13: The Royal Scottish National Orchestra.

April 12: International Bachakademie Stuttgart.

June 10: South Florida Pride Wind Ensemble: Celebration!

BROWARD SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Oct. 15: Broward Symphony Orchestra — Celebrating the New Season. Bailey Concert Hall.

Dec. 10: Broward Symphony Orchestra — Holiday Feast. Bailey.

Feb. 25: “The March of the Penguins” Movie and Live Orchestral Soundtrack Performance, with Guest Conductor Jeffrey Schindler. Bailey.

April 8: Broward Symphony Orchestra – Season Grand Finale. Bailey.

April 30: Broward Symphony Chamber Ensembles. Bailey.

CHOPIN FOUNDATION

Nov. 12: Chopin for All. Drew Petersen. Broward Main Library.

Nov. 13: Chopin for All. Drew Petersen. Granada Presbyterian.

Nov. 20: Chopin Salon Concert. Janusz Olejniczak. La Gorce Country Club.

Dec. 3: Chopin for All. Rachel Kudo & Marina Radiushina – solo & duo piano performance. Broward Library.

Dec. 4: Chopin for All. Rachel Kudo & Marina Radiushina – solo & duo piano performance. Granada.

Jan. 15: Chopin Salon Concert. Katarzyna Popowa-Zydron. La Gorce.

Jan. 21: Chopin for All. Eric Lu, piano and Ariel Horowitz, violin. Broward Library.

Jan. 22: Chopin for All. Eric Lu, piano and Ariel Horowitz, violin. Granada.

Feb. 18: Chopin for All. Krzysztof Ksiazek, winner of the 2015 National Chopin Competition of Poland. Broward Library.

Feb. 19: Chopin for All. Krzysztof Ksiazek, winner of the 2015 National Chopin Competition of Poland. Granada.

March 11: Chopin for All. Anna Miernik. Broward Library.

March 12: Chopin for All. Anna Miernik. Granada.

March 26: Chopin Salon Concert. Marek Drewnowski. La Gorce.

April 22: Chopin for All. Young Pianists Concerts. Selected local piano students in an all-Chopin program. Broward Library.

April 23: Chopin for All. Young Pianists Concerts. Selected local piano students in an all-Chopin program. Granada.

May 20: Chopin for All. Reed Tetzloff. Broward Library.

May 21: Chopin for All. Reed Tetzloff. Granada.

CIVIC CHORALE OF GREATER MIAMI

Oct. 23: Americana, with guest The Mark Magellan Bluegrass Band —Music and Food Event. St. Andrew’s, Palmetto Bay.

Dec. 11: The 45th annual “Messiah Sing-In,” with the Alhambra Orchestra. Old Cutler Presbyterian.

Feb. 26: Gardens of Jazz, with jazz vocalist Wendy Pedersen. St. Andrews.

April 30: The Harmony Petting Zoo — an interactive, musical extravaganza featuring the Dave Brubeck Trio. Pinecrest.

July 31: Summer Sings. St. Andrew’s.

DEERING ESTATE CHAMBER ENSEMBLE

Sept. 30: Chamber Series: “España y Cuba,” with works by Turina, De Falla, Nin, Tania León and Cecilia Arizti. Deering Estate.

Oct. 28: Liszt Piano Series: Recital by world-renowned pianist Kemal Gekic. Deering.

Feb. 17: Chamber Series: “Beethoven and his Time,” with works by Beethoven, Vanhal, Joseph Boulogne – Chevalier de Saint-Georges. Deering.

March 17: Liszt Piano Series: Piano recital by Jose Lopez, focusing on Cuban composers in the era of Franz Liszt. Deering.

May 19: Chamber Series: “Cuban Independence,” honoring contemporary and historic Cuban composers with commentary in English and Spanish. Deering.

FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY (University Theatre, unless noted)

Sept. 17: Irena Kofman and Friends Present Classy, Sweet and Jazzy.

Oct. 6: FAU University Symphony Orchestra — Daniel Pearl World Music Days: “Harmony for Humanity.”

Oct. 15: FAU Wind Ensemble: Inventing the Future.

Oct. 16: Johannes Möller and Laura Fraticelli: Duo Guitar.

Oct. 22: FAU Fifth Annual Honors High School Orchestra Side-by-Side Festival.

Oct. 23: Rattette Plays it Cool!

Oct. 30: FAU Jazz Band.

Nov. 5: Tenth Annual Concerto & Aria Competition.

Nov. 5: Heather Coltman and Birgit Fioravante — Intimate Songs from the Jewish Heart.

Nov. 6: FAU Concert Percussion Ensemble and Chamber Winds.

Nov. 10: Quinteto Leopoldo Federico Presents Tango!

Nov. 18-19: Tenth Annual Choral Festival in Honor of Georgina Dieter Dennis.

Nov. 20: Piano Faculty Perform Their Favorites!

Nov. 20: BAND-O-RAMA! The FAU Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band and the Marching Owls. Mizner Park Amphitheater.

Dec. 1: FAU University Symphony Orchestra — Some Things Old, Some Things New.

Dec. 2: FAU Wind Ensemble — Pictures at an Exhibition.

Dec. 3: FAU Commercial Music Ensembles.

Dec. 4: FAU Classical Guitar Society.

Dec. 11: Tuba Christmas.

Dec. 11: Handel’s Messiah.

Dec. 17: The Florida Wind Symphony Jazz Orchestra Presents An Ellington Nutcracker.

Jan. 15: Heather Coltman: Circles.

Feb. 4: FAU Jazz Band Festival.

Feb. 4: Florida Wind Symphony: From the Swing Era with Love.

Feb. 10: Second Annual Georgina Dieter Dennis Tribute Vocal Recital.

Feb. 12: The Rattette — Music of Kenny Wheeler, Canadian trumpeter and jazz composer.

Feb. 14: Florida Wind Symphony: From the Swing Era with Love.

Feb. 16: FAU Guest Artist Recital: Project Fusion Saxophone Quartet.

Feb. 17: FAU Wind Ensemble Featuring Project Fusion Saxophone Quartet.

Feb. 18: FAU University Symphony Orchestra - Tenth Annual Concerto and Aria Competition Winners’ Concert.

Feb. 19: Two Vibrant Harpsichords!

FIU SCHOOL OF MUSIC (FIU-Wertheim)

Oct. 5: FIU Music Festival: Raffaele Livio Ponti conducts Fanfare & Fantasy.

Oct. 6: FIU Music Festival: Made in America: Amernet String Quartet and violist Chauncey Patterson.

Oct. 13: FIU Music Festival: Urban Landscapes: Blending Music & Art.

Oct. 14: FIU Music Festival: Schubert, Schoenberg & Piano Improv: Gabriela Montero.

Oct. 19: FIU Music Festival: Musik for Strings and Voice: Tony Arnold & the Amernet String Quartet.

Oct. 20: FIU School of Music Recital.

Oct. 20: FIU Music Festival: Mexico City Woodwind Quintet.

Oct. 21: FIU Music Festival: Double Sextets: The Diaz Brothers & the Amernet String Quartet play Tchaikovsky & Strauss.

Oct. 23: FIU Music Festival: Liszt & Bartok: Gekic, Rust, & Lopez.

Oct. 28: FIU Music Festival: Orient Express: Pianist Hande Dalkilic.

Nov. 3: “Celebration and Remembrance" featuring the FIU Symphonic Band & Brass Choir: Side by Side with Zelda Glazier Band.

Nov. 8: String Chamber Ensembles.

Nov. 16: FIU Chamber Orchestra and FIU Symphony Orchestra.

Nov. 20: Cantemus!

Nov. 21: "Night Music" — Tribute to "Pulse" victims in Orlando featuring the FIU Wind Ensemble.

Nov. 30: University Bands Holiday Concert.

Dec. 2: Handels' Messiah with FIU Symphony Orchestra and FIU Choirs.

Dec. 8: Amernet String Quartet.

Dec. 17: Viva La Zarzuela!

Feb. 8: Maestro Raffaele Livio Ponti Conducts the FIU Symphony Orchestra & Concerto Competion Winners.

Feb. 17-18: "Songs and Dances" featuring the FIU Wind Ensemble.

Feb. 20: Miami International GuitArt Festival 2017 (Feb 20-26): Opening Concert with Anatolian Quartet .

Feb. 21: Miami International GuitArt Festival 2017: Flamenco Night!

Feb. 22: Miami International GuitArt Festival 2017: Tedesco Tribute.

Feb. 23: Miami International GuitArt Festival 2017: Microtonal Guitar Duo.

Feb. 24: Miami International GuitArt Festival 2017: Celil Refik Kaya.

Feb. 25: Miami International GuitArt Festival 2017: FIU Miami Guitar Orchestra.

Feb. 25: Miami International GuitArt Festival 2017: Arthur Dente.

Feb. 25: Miami International GuitArt Festival 2017: Evan Hirschelman.

Feb. 27: Amernet String Quartet.

March 1: Ars Longa in collaboration with the Miami Bach Society.

March 2: FIU School of Music Recital.

March 2:New Music Miami ISCM Festival 2017: Fidelio Trio.

March 2: “Something Old, Something New.”

March 3: Women's Choir Festival.

March 4: Piano Alumni Concert.

March 7: String Chamber Ensembles.

March 9: New Music Miami ISCM Festival: Music from Spain and South Florida.

FLORIDA GRAND OPERA

Dec. 1 and 3: “Carmen.” Broward Center.

Feb. 9 and 11: “Eugene Onegin.” Broward Center.

May 11 and 13: “A Masked Ball.” Broward Center.

FLORIDA YOUTH ORCHESTRA

Nov. 27: “Musical Cheers” Family Concert. Bailey.

Dec. 4: “Take A Bough” Happy Concert Tree Tops Park, Davie.

Dec. 11: “Nature Calls” Concert. Long Key Nature Center, Davie.

Jan. 29: Family Concert. Epstein Center for the Arts, Nova Southeastern University, Davie.

Feb. 12: Classics in the Park Family Concert. Mizner.

March 5: Spotlight Concert. Coral Springs Center for the Arts.

March 19: Happy Concert. Michael Ann Russell JCC, Miami..

March 26: Happy Concert. Aventura Mall.

April 2: Happy Concert. David Posnack JCC, Davie.

April 23: “Where the Wild Things Are.” Zoo Miami.

May 21: Celebration Concert & Banquet. Signature Grand Hotel, Fort Lauderdale.

FRIENDS OF CHAMBER MUSIC, 2665 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami.

Sept. 26: The British Master —Stephen Hough, piano.

Oct. 17: “Another Winning Performance” — Denis Kozhukhin, piano.

Nov. 10: Vienna Meets America — Hugo Wolf Quartet with William De Rosa, cello.

Jan. 5: America’s Legendary Trio— Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson.

Jan. 23: Liszt – The Complete Transcendental Etudes: Kirill Gerstein, piano.

Feb. 16: “Boy Lord of Piano” — Benjamin Grosvenor, piano.

Feb. 23: Consummate Chamber Music — Borodin Quartet with Joseph Kalichstein, piano.

GIRL CHOIR OF SOUTH FLORIDA

Oct. 14: Gala with Florida Singing Sons. Broward center.

Dec. 4: Winter Concert. All Saints Episcopal, Fort Lauderdale.

Dec. 16: Winter Concert. Broward Center.

KRAVIS CENTER

Nov. 21: Young Artists Series: Chelsea Chen, Organ.

Dec. 3-4: Mozarteum Orchestra of Salzburg.

Dec. 12: Young Artists Series: Alexandre Moutouzkine, Piano.

Dec. 14-15: Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio.

Dec. 18: Itzhak Perlman, violin.

Jan. 1: Salute to Vienna New Year’s Concert — Strauss Symphony of America.

Jan. 10: Prague Philharmonia.

Jan. 16: Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.

Feb. 7-8: Philadelphia Orchestra.

Feb. 12: Bamberg Symphony.

Feb. 19: Michael Feinstein Conducts the Kravis Center Pops Orchestra: Big Band Swing.

Feb. 20: St. Petersburg Philharmonic.

Feb. 21: Lang Lang, Piano.

Feb. 26: Orchestre National de Lyon.

March 1: Young Artists Series: In Mo Yang, Violin.

March 13: Michael Feinstein Conducts the Kravis Center Pops Orchestra: The Crooners – Bing, Frank, Sammy.

March 14-15: Royal Scottish National Orchestra.

March 19: Academy of St Martin in the Fields Orchestra.

April 3: Young Artists Series: Lysander Piano Trio.

April 12: Michael Feinstein Conducts the Kravis Center Pops Orchestra: To Nat and Ella with Love.

May 5: Spotlight on Young Musicians.

LYNN UNIVERSITY PHILHARMONIA (Lynn-Wold)

Sept. 24-25: No. 1: Guillermo Figueroa, conductor – Haydn, Strauss, Stravinsky.

Oct. 15-16: No. 2: Guillermo Figueroa, conductor – Beethoven, Mozart, Debussy.

Nov. 12-13: No. 3: Guillermo Figueroa, conductor – Featuring the winners of the Annual Concerto Competition.

Feb. 25-26: No. 4: Guillermo Figueroa, conductor – Berlioz: Romeo and Juliet Dramatic Symphony, Op. 17.

April 22-23: No. 5: Jon Robertson, conductor –Wagner, Bartok, Elgar.

LYNN UNIVERSITY – DEAN’S SHOWCASE CONCERTS (Count and Countess de Hoernle International Center)

Oct. 20: Dean’s Showcase No. 1.

Dec. 8: Dean’s Showcase No. 2.

March 23: Dean’s Showcase No. 3.

April 20: Dean’s Showcase No. 4.

LYNN UNIVERSITY – DOUBLE REED SERIES (Hoernle)

Sept. 15: Five Centuries of Bassoon Music: Eric Van der Veer Varner, bassoon.

Nov. 10: PEN Trio, woodwind ensemble.

Feb. 19: Jefferson Campbell, bassoon.

LYNN UNIVERSITY – MOSTLY MUSIC SERIES (Hoernle)

Nov. 17: Mendelssohn, with special guest artist Renata Arado, violin.

Jan. 19: Shostakovich. Hoernle.

March 2: Schumann. Hoernle.

LYNN UNIVERSITY – NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL (Hoernle)

Jan. 20: Spotlight No. 1: Young Composers.

Jan. 21: Master Class with Eric Ewazen.

Jan. 22: Spotlight No. 2: Music of Eric Ewazen.

LYNN UNIVERSITY – PIANO SERIES

Sept. 29: From the Studio of Lisa Leonard – Twice as Nice! Mozart and Rachmaninoff. Lynn-Wold.

Oct. 5: Keyboard Master Class with Michael Tsalka. Hoernle.

Oct. 6: J.S. Bach: The Art of the Fugue with Keyboardist Michael Tsalka. Hoernle.

Dec. 3: Pianist Stanislav Ioudenitch in Recital. Liszt, Scarlatti and Rachmaninoff. Hoernle.

Dec. 4: Piano Master Classes with Stanislav Ioudenitch. Hoernle.

Jan. 14: All Beethoven with Pianist Yael Weiss. Hoernle.

Jan. 15: Master Class with Yael Weiss. Hoernle.

Jan. 15: Beethoven Lecture with Yael Weiss. Hoernle.

Feb. 16: From the Studio of Roberta Rust: “Piano Passion.” Lynn-Wold.

March 16: Sheng-Yuan Kuan Piano Recital. Hoernle.

LYNN UNIVERSITY – STRINGS SERIES

Feb. 4-5: Elmar Oliveira International Violin Competition. Lynn-Wold.

Feb. 12: Viola Mini-Recital and Master Classes with Gilad Karni. Hoernle.

March 25: Elmar Oliveira and Friends. Hoernle.

April 7: Penderecki String Quartet “Informance.” Hoernle.

April 8: The Penderecki String Quartet in Concert. Hoernle.

April 8-9: Master Classes with the Penderecki String Quartet in Concert. Hoernle.

April 29: John Oliveira String Competition Winner Recital. Hoernle.

LYNN UNIVERSITY – SPECIAL CONCERTS AND RECITALS

Oct. 9: 2016 Lynn Concerto Competition Final Round. Hoernle.

Oct. 10: Piano Master Class with Marina Lomazov. Hoernle.

Nov. 16: Violin Master Class with Renata Arado. Hoernle.

Dec. 1: Bassoon Master Class with John Miller. Hoernle.

Dec. 10: Preparatory School of Music Recital. Hoernle.

Dec. 10: Third Annual Lynn Chamber Music Competition Final Round. Hoernle.

Dec. 11: Gingerbread Holiday Concert. Boca Raton Resort and Club.

Jan. 4: Beethoven Master Class with pianist Daniel Shapiro. Hoernle.

Jan. 13: Lynn Wind Ensemble: The Wind Concerto: Movement 1. Lynn-Wold.

March 18-19: Brigadoon. Lynn-Wold.

March 20: Back in the Subways with Roberta Rust and Friends. Hoernle.

March 31: Bassoon Master Class with Martin Kuuskmann. Hoernle.

April 1: Guest Bassoonist Martin Kuuskmann, with Lisa Leonard, piano. Hoernle.

April 9: From the Studio of Eric Van der Veer Varner. Hoernle.

May 4: Class of 2017 in Concert. Hoernle.

May 6: Preparatory School of Music Recital. Hoernle.

MIAMI INTERNATIONAL PIANO FESTIVAL

Nov. 20: Fabio Martino (Brazil). Aventura Arts & Culture Center.

Jan. 15: Francesco Libetta (Italy). Aventura.

Feb. 19: Kotaro Fukuma (Japan). Aventura.

March 19: Misha Dacic (Serbia). Aventura.

April 12: Mark Nadler – Tchaikovsky (and other Russians). Aventura.

April 23: Pietro De Maria (Italy). Aventura.

MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Oct. 23: Grand Season Opening Concert – Florencia Di Concilio. Arsht.

Nov. 20: MISO-Chic – Karen LeFrak, Sandra Muss. Arsht.

Dec. 9: MISO Pop-Up Series. Palm Court at the Design District.

Jan. 15: Ocean Drive in Vienna. Arsht.

Jan. 27: MISO Pop-Up Series. Palm Court.

Jan. 28: MISO in the Parks. Downtown Doral Park.

Jan. 29: MISO in the Parks. Bass Museum.

Feb. 9: A Valentine Preview with Rudy Perez and Friends. Fillmore.

March 10: MISO Pop-Up Series. Palm Court.

March 19: Love and Betrayal – Chi-Chi Nwanoku, Luis Gomez-Imbert. Arsht.

April 8: Golden Sounds from Hollywood. Fillmore.

May 6: Beethovenmania. Arsht.

NEW WORLD SCHOOL OF THE ARTS

Sept. 15: NWSA Faculty Recital. First Presbyterian Church of Miami.

Oct. 19: High School Instrumental Ensembles. MDC-Kendall.

Oct. 25: High School Voice Concert. First Presbyterian.

Nov. 3: Chamber Orchestra Concert. MDC-Wolfson.

Nov. 10: Orchestra & Jazz Concert: Charlie Parker – Bird With Strings. Alfred Gershfeld – To the Memory of George Gershwin. MDC-North.

Nov. 21: Opera Scenes – Opera Theatre Ensemble. Colony.

Nov. 23: College Chamber Music and Piano Recital. First United Methodist Church of Miami,.

Nov. 27: College Chamber Music Recital. Pinecrest.

Nov. 29: Concerto Competition Winner’s Concert - NWSA Symphony Orchestra. Colony.

Dec. 7: Composition Concert. First United Methodist, Miami.

Dec. 9: High School Choir Holiday Concert. Trinity Cathedral.

Dec. 13: High School Wind Ensemble Concert: MDC-Wolfson.

Dec. 15: Jazz Combos Concert. MDC-Wolfson.

Jan. 19: NWSA Faculty Concert. First Presbyterian.

Jan. 28: Violafest Concert. MDC-Wolfson.

Feb. 17: High School Voice Concert. First Presbyterian.

Feb. 22: NWSA Symphony Orchestra - Alfred Gershfeld, conductor, with guest conductor Carlos Izcaray (Alabama Symphony Orchestra). Arsht.

Feb. 28: High School Wind Ensemble. Miami Senior High.

March 18-19: NWSA Opera Production: Bedrich Smetana “The Two Widows.” MDC-North.

March 31: Rising Stars Performance. Olympia Theater at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts, Miami.

April 4: NWSA Symphony Side-By-Side with MDC Symphony. MDC-North.

April 11: College Chamber Music and Piano Recital. First United Methodist, Miami.

April 18: College Composition Concert. First United Methodist, Miami.

May 11: Jazz Combos Concert. MDC-Wolfson.

May 19: High School Choir Concert. First Presbyterian Church of Miami.

May 23: High School Instrumental Ensembles. MDC-Wolfson.

NEW WORLD SYMPHONY (New World Center, Miami Beach)

Sept. 11: Amor de Tango.

Sept. 16: Pre-Season Brass Ensemble: Opening Fanfare.

Sept. 17: Pre-Season String Orchestra: Shostakovich and Grieg.

Sept. 18: Pre-Season Woodwind Ensemble: Mozart’s Divertimento.

Sept. 22: Sphinx Virtuosi- Latin Voyages.

Sept. 24: Pre-Season Orchestra Concert: Prokofiev and the Prague.

Sept. 25: Open House.

Sept. 30: Percussion Consort – Naked and On Fire.

Oct. 2: Concert for Kids: Sky’s the Limit.

Oct. 9: Folk Fantasies.

Oct. 15-16: Season Opener with Michael Tilson-Thomas and Emanuel Ax.

Oct. 21: The Rite of Spring.

Oct. 29: An American Musical Journey.

Nov. 1: Pulse: Late Night at The New World Symphony. DJ Le Spam and the Spam Allstars.

Nov. 6: Musical Xchange.

Nov. 12-13: Baroque to Classical.

Nov. 18-19: Encounters: Pictures at an Exhibition – Images Painted in Notes.

Nov. 20: Taking the Prize – A Pulitzer Centennial Celebration.

Dec. 3: Sounds of the Times: Into the Open.

Dec. 10-11: A Russian Feast.

Dec. 18: Miniature Baroque.

Jan. 14: The Fantastic Symphony.

Jan. 21-22: The Mahler Legacy: 5.

Jan. 29: Brahms and Mendelssohn.

Feb. 4: The Great: Schubert’s Ninth.

Feb. 11: NWS Gala.

Feb. 18-19: Concerto Showcase.

Feb. 26: Concert for Kids: Heroes!

March 11: Nordic Masters.

March 17-18: Encounters.

March 19: Percussion Consort – It Is Time.

March 25-26: Symphonic Giants.

April 2: Serenade.

April 8-9: Daphnis and Chloe.

April 15: Sounds of the Times: Night Walkers.

April 29: New Work, Michael Tilson-Thomas, conductor.

May 6-7: Season Finale with MTT – Beethoven’s Eroica.

ORCHESTRA MIAMI

Nov. 4: Family Fun Concert Series: Tyrannosaurus Sue – A Cretaceous Concerto. Pinecrest.

Nov. 19: Discover Miami Through Music: Orchestra Miami’s 10th Anniversary Celebration. Scottish Rite Temple. Miami.

Jan. 6: Family Fun Concert Series: Visions of America. Pinecrest.

Jan. 21: Espana alla Rossini. Spanish Monastery.

Feb. 3: Family Fun Concert Series: Zephyronia. Pinecrest.

March 3: Family Fun Concert Series: Little Red Riding Hood. Pinecrest.

March 4: Beethoven on the Beach – Free Outdoor Concerts with the music of Mendelssohn, Schumann and Beethoven. North Beach Bandshell.

March 5: Beethoven on the Beach – Free Outdoor Concerts with the music of Mendelssohn, Schumann and Beethoven. Pinecrest.

March 12: Beethoven on the Beach – Free Outdoor Concerts with the music of Mendelssohn, Schumann and Beethoven. Gateway Park, Sunny Isles Beach.

March 31: Family Fun Concert Series: Matthew Sabatella and the Rambling String Band. Pinecrest.

April 23: Atonement, a Cantata on the plight of the Jewish people by Marvin David Levy. Temple Israel of Greater Miami.

SERAPHIC FIRE

Oct. 19: The Genius of Philip Glass – Einstein on the Beach. St. Sophia Greek Orthodox, Miami.

Oct. 21: The Genius of Philip Glass – Einstein on the Beach. St. Philip’s Episcopal, Coral Gables.

Oct. 22: The Genius of Philip Glass – Einstein on the Beach. All Saints Episcopal, Fort Lauderdale.

Oct. 23: The Genius of Philip Glass – Einstein on the Beach. All Souls Episcopal, Miami Beach.

Nov. 11: Jewels From Paris: The Faure and Durufle Requiems. First United Methodist Church of Coral Gables.

Nov. 12: Jewels From Paris: The Faure and Durufle Requiems. All Saints.

Dec. 7: A Seraphic Fire Christmas: On Winter’s Night. St. Sophia.

Dec. 8: A Seraphic Fire Christmas: On Winter’s Night. St. Philip’s.

Dec. 9: A Seraphic Fire Christmas: On Winter’s Night. First United Methodist, Coral Gables.

Dec. 10: A Seraphic Fire Christmas: On Winter’s Night. All Souls.

Dec. 11: A Seraphic Fire Christmas: On Winter’s Night. All Saints.

Dec. 18: A Seraphic Fire Christmas: On Winter’s Night. St. Gregory’s Episcopal, Boca Raton.

Jan. 18: 15th Anniversary Celebration: The Best of Seraphic Fire. St. Sophia.

Jan. 20: 15th Anniversary Celebration: The Best of Seraphic Fire. First United Methodist, Coral Gables

Jan. 21: 15th Anniversary Celebration: The Best of Seraphic Fire. All Saints.

Jan. 22: 15th Anniversary Celebration: The Best of Seraphic Fire. All Souls.

Feb. 17: J.S. Bach: The Six Motets. First United Methodist, Coral Gables

Feb. 18: J.S. Bach: The Six Motets. All Saints.

March 8: Rachmaninoff & Tchaikovsky: Russian Choral Treasures. St. Sophia.

March 10: Rachmaninoff & Tchaikovsky: Russian Choral Treasures. St. Philip’s.

March 11: Rachmaninoff & Tchaikovsky: Russian Choral Treasures. All Saints.

March 12: Rachmaninoff & Tchaikovsky: Russian Choral Treasures. All Souls.

April 13: J.S. Bach: The Easter Oratorio. First United Methodist, Coral Gables

April 14: J.S. Bach: The Easter Oratorio. All Saints.

May 10: Allegri’s Miserere: Choral Masterpieces. St. Sophia.

May 12: Allegri’s Miserere: Choral Masterpieces. St. Philip’s.

May 13: Allegri’s Miserere: Choral Masterpieces. All Saints.

May 14: Allegri’s Miserere: Choral Masterpieces. All Souls.

SOUTH FLORIDA CHAMBER ENSEMBLE (Sunshine Cathedral, Fort Lauderdale)

Nov. 19: Program 1 – The Journey.

Dec. 10: Program 2 – The Spirit (Guide) of Giving.

Jan. 14: Program 3 – The Villain.

Feb. 18: Program 4 – Love Letters.

March 18: Program 5 – In the End.

SOUTH FLORIDA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (Broward Center)

Nov. 11: A Celebration of the Great American Songbook.

Jan. 24: Ubermensch (Superman).

Feb. 21: Order and Disorder: Svetlana Smolina, piano.

March 21: And the Tony Goes To …

April 6: Untamed Spirit: Jeffrey Biegel, piano.

SYMPHONY OF THE AMERICAS (Broward Center)

Oct. 11: From Puccini to Piazzolla: Celebrating Argentina’s 200th Anniversary.

Nov. 15: Gershwin and the American Journey.

Dec. 11 and 13: Holiday Magic.

Jan. 10: Fiery Romances on the Big Screen.

Feb. 7: Drama and Passion!

March 7: Classical Soul.

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