All Saints: All Saints Episcopal Church, 333 Tarpon Dr., Fort Lauderdale. 954-467-6496 or allsaintsfl.org.
All Souls: All Souls Episcopal, 4025 Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach. 305-520-5410.
Andrews Hall: Andrews Hall Performing Arts Center, St. Andrew’s School, 3900 Jog Rd., Boca Raton. 561-210-2000.
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Arsht: Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, 1300 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. 305-949-6722 or www.arshtcenter.org.
Aventura: Aventura Arts & Culture Center, 3385 NE 188th St., Aventura. 305-466-8002 or aventuracenter.org.
Bailey: Bailey Concert Hall, Broward College Central Campus, 3501 SW Davie Rd., Davie. 954-201-6884.
Banyan: Pinecrest Gardens Banyan Bowl, 11000 SW Red Rd., Pinecrest. 305-669-6990 or www.pinecrest-fl.gov.
Broward Center: Broward Center for the Performing Arts, 201 SW Fifth Ave., Fort Lauderdale. 954-462-0222 or www.browardcenter.org.
BCML: Broward County Main Library, 100 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. 954-357-7444 or browardlibrary.org.
Cathedral: Cathedral of St. Mary, 7525 NW Second Ave., Miami. 305-756-2755 or cathedralofsaintmary.com
CGCC: Coral Gables Congregational Church, 3010 DeSoto Blvd., Coral Gables. 305-448-7421 or www.mycgcc.org.
Collins: Collins Park, Collins Avenue and 21st Street, Miami Beach. 305-539-8070.
Colony: Colony Theater, 1040 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. 305-674-1040.
Corpus: Corpus Christi Catholic Church, Merced Chapel, 3220 NW Seventh Ave., Miami. 305-635-1331.
FPC: First Presbyterian Church, 2331 NE 26th Ave., Pompano Beach. 954-941-2308.
FIU-Wertheim: Wertheim Performing Arts Center, Florida International University, 11200 SW Eighth St., West Miami-Dade. 305-348-0496 or music.fiu.edu.
Granada: Granada Presbyterian Church, 950 University Dr., Coral Gables. 305-444-8435.
Gusman: Gusman Center for the Performing Arts, 174 E. Flagler St., Miami. 305-667-7987 or www.gusmancenter.org.
Hyatt: Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six, 2301 SE 17th St., Fort Lauderdale. 954-525-6666 or pier66.hyatt.com.
Kendall: Kendall United Methodist Church, 7600 SW 104th St., Pinecrest. 305-667-0343 or www.kendallchurch.org.
La Gorce: La Gorce Country Club, 5685 Alton Rd., Miami Beach. 305-866-4421.
Leiser: Leiser Opera Center, 221 SW Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale. 954-728-9700 or leisercenter.org.
Lynn-Wold: Keith C. & Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, 3601 N. Military Trail, Boca Raton. 561-237-7000 or lynn.edu.
MBBG: Miami Beach Botanical Gardens, 2000 Convention Center Dr., Miami Beach. 305-673-7256.
MDCA: Miami-Dade County Auditorium, 2901 W. Flagler St., Miami. 305-547-5414.
Miniaci: Miniaci Performing Arts Center, 3100 Ray Ferrero Jr. Blvd., Davie. 954-462-0222 or 877-311-7469.
MSPB: Miami Shores Presbyterian Church, 602 NE 96th St., Miami Shores. 305-754-9541 or www.mspc.net.
NWC: New World Center, 500 17th St. Miami Beach. 305-673-3331 or www.nws.edu.
Northwestern: Miami Northwestern Senior High School, 1100 NW 71st St., Miami. 305-836-0991.
North Shore: North Shore Park Bandshell, 7250 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
OCPC: Old Cutler Presbyterian Church, 14401 Old Cutler Rd., Palmetto Bay. 305-238-8121.
Ransom: Ransom-Everglades School, 3575 Main Hwy., Coconut Grove. 305-460-8800.
St. Andrew’s: St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 14260 Old Cutler Rd., Palmetto Bay. 305-238-2161 or www.standrewsmiami.org.
St. Martha: St. Martha in the Shores, 9221 Biscayne Blvd., Miami Shores. 305-751-0005 or saint-martha.com.
St. Philip’s: St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, 1121 Andalusia Ave., Coral Gables. 305-444-6176 or www.saintphilips.net.
St. Sophia: St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 2401 SW Third Ave., Miami. 305-854-2922.
St. Thomas: St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 5690 Kendall Dr., Coral Gables. 305-661-3436.
SDCC: South Miami-Dade Cultural Center, 10950 SW 211th St., Cutler Bay. 786-573-5300 or smdcac.org.
TEC: Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 464 NE 16th St., Miami. 305-374-3372.
Temple: Temple Beth Am, 5950 SW 88th St., Miami. 305-667-6667 or www.tbam.org.
UM-Gusman: University of Miami’s Gusman Concert Hall, 1314 Miller Dr., Coral Gables. 800-433-3243.
The Wolfsonian: The Wolfsonian-FIU, 1001 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. 305-531-1001 or wolfsonian.org.
Alhambra Orchestra: 2829 Bird Ave., Suite 5, Coconut Grove. 305-668-9260 or alhambramusic.org.
Architecture + The Arts at Florida International University: 305-348-0496 or carta.fiu.edu.
Ars Flores Symphony Orchestra: Nova Southeastern University, 3301 College Ave., Davie. 954-764-4455 or arsflores.com.
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts: 1300 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. 305-949-6722 or arshtcenter.org.
Broward Center for the Performing Arts: 201 SW Fifth Ave., Fort Lauderdale. 954-462-0222 or browardcenter.org.
Broward Symphony Orchestra: Broward College Central Campus, 3501 Davie Rd., Davie. 954-201-6884 or browardsymphony.com.
Chameleon Chamber Music Series: 517 NE 13th Ave., Fort Lauderdale. 954-761-3435 or chameleonmusicians.org.
Chopin Foundation: 1440 John F. Kennedy Causeway, Suite 17, North Bay Village. 305-868-0624 or chopin.org.
Civic Chorale of Greater Miami: 305-237-2394 or www.civicchorale.info.
Deering Estate Living Artist Concert Series: Deering Estate, 16701 SW 72nd Ave., Cutler Bay. 305-235-1668, ext. 233, or deeringestate.com.
Dranoff International Two Piano Foundation: 3550 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 702, Miami. 305-572-9900.
Epiphany Catholic Church: 8081 SW 54th Ct., South Miami-Dade. 305-667-4911 or www.epiphanycatholicchurch.com.
Festival Miami: University of Miami’s Gusman Concert Hall, 1314 Miller Dr., Coral Gables. 305-284-4940 or festivalmiami.com.
Florida Atlantic University: University Theatre, 777 Glades Rd., Boca Raton. 561-297-3820, or fau.edu/arts or fauevents.com.
Florida Grand Opera: 8390 NW 25th St., Doral. 305-854-1643, ext. 1600, or fgo.org.
Florida Youth Orchestra: 1708 N. 40th Ave., Hollywood. 954-962-5666 or FloridaYouthOrchestra.org.
Friends of Chamber Music of Miami: 2665 S. Bayshore Dr., Grand Bay Plaza, Suite 220-14, Miami. 305-372-2975 or miamimusicchamber.org.
Girl Choir of South Florida: 3347 NW 55th St., Fort Lauderdale. 954-533-9227, www.girlchoir.org.
Great Artists Series: 300 W. 41st St., Miami Beach. 305-538-1660.
Greater Miami Symphonic Band: P.O. Box 16-1233, Miami, FL 33116. 305-273-7687 or gmsb.org.
Greater Miami Youth Symphony: 5805 Blue Lagoon Dr., Suite 132, Miami. 305-267-3002, gmys.org.
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts: 701 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach. 800-571-8471 or kravis.org.
Master Chorale of South Florida: 6178 N. Federal Hwy., Suite 351, Fort Lauderdale. 954-418-6232 or masterchoraleofsouthflorida.org.
Miami Bach Society: P.O. Box 4034, Coral Gables, FL 33114. 305-669-1376 or miamibachsociety.org.
Miami Children’s Chorus: 1533 Sunset Dr., Suite 215, Coral Gables. 305-662-7494.
Miami Civic Music Association: 5360 SW 87th Ave., West Miami-Dade. miamicivicmusic.org.
Miami International Piano Festival: 20191 E. Country Club Dr., Suite 709, Aventura. 305-935-5115 or miamipianofest.com.
Miami Lyric Opera: P.O. Box 223565, Miami, FL 33222. 305-297-3619 or miamilyricopera.org.
Miami Symphony Orchestra: 10300 SW 72nd St., Suite 499, West Miami-Dade. 305-275-5666 or miamisymphony.org.
New World Symphony: 541 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. 305-428-6740 or nws.edu/newcampus.
Orchestra Miami: P.O. Box 7598, Miami, FL 33255. 305-274-2103 or www.orchestramiami.org.
St. Martha Concerts: St. Martha in the Shores, 9301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami Shores. 305-982-5535 or saintmartha.tix.com.
Seraphic Fire: 1900 Coral Way, Suite 301, Miami. 305-285-9060 or seraphicfire.org.
South Beach Chamber Ensemble: 1135 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. 305-673-2783 or www.sobechamberensemble.org.
Symphony of the Americas: 199 N. Ocean Blvd., Suite 200, Pompano Beach. 954-545-0088 or symphonyoftheamericas.org.
Oct. 5: Discovering America: Works by Copland, Bernstein and Hanson. Tim Shade conducts. Ransom.
Oct. 26: A Spooky Symphony: Halloween spectacular with Greater Miami Youth Symphony. Huifang Chen & Zoe Zeniodi, conductors. Gusman.
Nov. 30: Holiday Pops Concert: Nutcracker Suite; holiday carols; Sleighride; Brahms Hungarian Dance. Zoe Zeniodi conducts. Banyan.
Dec. 14: Messiah Sing-In with Civic Chorale of Greater Miami: Excerpts from Handel, with choir and soloists. Michael Sakir and Kenneth Boos conduct. OCPC.
Feb. 8: Youth and Hope: Winners of concerto competition. Works of Borodin and Marquez. Zoe Zeniodi conducts. Ransom.
March 8: Chamber Orchestra Concert. Works by Bach, Dvorak. CGCC.
March 22: Early Travels: Works by Gluck, Mozart, Mendelssohn. Zoe Zeniodi conducts. Ransom.
May 10: Tour de Musique. Works by Tchaikovsky. Zoe Zeniodi conducts. Ransom.
ARCHITECTURE + THE ARTS AT FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
Oct. 8: FIU Wind Ensemble presents Travelogue: France — A Tribute to Maya Angelou. FIU-Wertheim.
Nov. 10: FIU Wind Ensemble presents Travelogue: Old and New England. FIU-Wertheim.
Nov. 16: FIU Chamber Players present Chamber Music through the Centuries. The Wolfsonian.
April 12: FIU String Chamber Ensembles. Banyan.
April 13: FIU Wind Ensemble presents Soul Space. FIU-Wertheim.
ARS FLORES SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Nov. 15: Heroes! Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3 “Eroica” and works by John Williams. Miniaci.
Nov. 16: Heroes! Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3 “Eroica” and works by John Williams. North Shore.
Feb. 21: Black History Month, featuring jazz. Miniaci.
Feb. 22: Black History Month, featuring jazz. North Shore.
Feb. 28: Young Artist Concerto Competition Finals. Miniaci.
March 21: Women’s History Month in Music. Miniaci.
March 22: Women’s History Month in Music. North Shore.
April 18: Ars Flores Symphony Young Artists Concerto Competition Winners Concert. Miniaci.
ADRIENNE ARSHT CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
Oct. 5: Grand Season Opening with Lola Astanova. Arsht.
Oct. 25: Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra. Arsht.
Nov. 14-15: The Cleveland Orchestra performing Rodrigo’s Concierto De Aranjuez. Arsht.
Feb. 6: Mariinsky Orchestra; Valery Gergiev, music director; Denis Matsuev, piano. Works of Shchedrin, Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky. Arsht.
Feb. 11: New World School of the Arts Symphony Orchestra; Alfred Gershfeld conducts. Arsht.
Feb. 14: Danish National Symphony Orchestra. Arsht.
March 26: The Cleveland Orchestra. Arsht.
March 27: Carmina Burana. Arsht.
April 15: BBC Concert Orchestra. Arsht.
BROWARD CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
Sept. 27: Timeless Serenade: Bles Chavez-Bernstein, soprano. Aventura.
Nov. 1: Joshua Bell, violin. Works by Schubert, Grieg, Prokofiev. Broward Center.
Dec. 8: Cincinnati Pops Orchestra. Broward Center.
Jan. 16: Jonathan Biss, piano. Works by Beethoven, Schoenberg, Schumann, Berg. Broward Center.
Feb. 9: Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra. Broward Center.
March 23: Itzhak Perlman. Broward Center.
April 22: Australian Chamber Orchestra. Broward Center.
BROWARD SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Oct. 25: Broward Symphony Orchestra — 50 Years Later. Bailey.
Nov. 9: Amernet String Quartet. Bailey.
Dec. 13: Broward Symphony Orchestra — December Feast. Bailey.
Jan. 16, 18, 23 and 25: The Beethoven Project featuring Gustavo Romero. Bailey.
Jan. 17: Broward Symphony Winds. Bailey.
March 20, 22, 27 and 29: The Beethoven Project featuring Gustavo Romero. Bailey.
April 25: Broward Symphony Orchestra — Tour de Symphonie. Bailey.
CHAMELEON CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES
Oct. 26: John Dee, oboe; Silvije Vidovic, piano; and Iris van Eck, cello. Leiser.
Nov. 23: Chameleon String trio. Leiser.
Jan. 25: Gekic/van Eck, a cello/piano recital. Leiser.
March 8: Amernet Plus. Leiser.
April 19: Chamber music with Bass. Leiser.
Oct. 11: Chopin for All. Ivan Moshchuk, pianist. BCML.
Oct. 12: Chopin for All. Ivan Moshchuk, pianist. Granada.
Nov. 8: Chopin for All. Melos Buza, pianist from Kosovo. BCML.
Nov. 9: Chopin for All. Melos Buza, pianist from Kosovo. Granada.
Nov. 16: Chopin Salon Series Concert. Margarita Shevchenko, pianist. La Gorce.
Feb. 20: Gala Opening Concert: The Ninth National Chopin Piano Competition. MDCA.
Feb. 21-26: Ninth National Chopin Piano Competition. Pianists ages 17-30. MDCA.
Feb. 28: Finals Part 1 — Ninth National Chopin Piano Competition. Chopin Foundation Orchestra, Maestro Grzegorz Nowak conducts. MDCA.
March 1: Finals Part 2 & Awards Ceremony — Ninth National Chopin Piano Competition. Chopin Foundation Orchestra, Maestro Grzegorz Nowak conducts. Winners announced. MDCA.
April 12: Chopin Salon Series Concert. Concert by a winner of the Ninth National Chopin Piano Competition. La Gorce.
April 25: Chopin for All. Winner of the Ninth National Chopin Piano Competition. BCML.
April 26: Chopin for All. Winner of the Ninth National Chopin Piano Competition. Granada.
May 16: Chopin for All. Winner of the Ninth National Chopin Piano Competition. BCML.
May 17: Concert by a winner of the Ninth National Chopin Piano Competition. Granada.
June 20: Concert by a winner of the Ninth National Chopin Piano Competition. BCML.
June 21: Chopin for All. Winner of the Ninth National Chopin Piano Competition. Granada.
OF GREATER MIAMI
Oct. 19: Food Glorious Food! The sensory friendship between music and food. St. Andrew’s.
Dec. 12: Movie Music Under the Stars. MDC-Kendall.
Dec. 14: The 43rd annual “Messiah Sing-In.” OCPC.
Feb. 27: “76 Trombones.” Banyan.
April 26: Benefit for the Footprint Foundation. Venue TBA.
DRANOFF INTERNATIONAL TWO PIANO FOUNDATION
Oct. 24: Dranoff Goes to the Theater. Ballet & Opera Classics. CGCC.
Dec. 21: Joy Around the World. Two piano classics of the Jewish and Christian traditions. Susan and Sarah Wang, pianists. Aventura.
Feb. 8: New World of Classical Music. Two pianos in the 21st Century. Trivella Piano Duo. NWC.
March 28: Bang the Ivories. Two pianos and percussion. Bartok and Beyond. Maarten Van Veen and Ralph Van Raat. SDCC.
April 30: Piano Slam 7. Duo ImPuls. Contemporary, classical, hip-hop and Miami’s Young Poets. Directed by Teo Castellanos. Arsht.
Oct. 10: Frost Symphony Orchestra presents Made in America. Works by Barber, Bernstein, Creston, Ives and Ruggles. UM-Gusman.
Oct. 12: Time For Three — Masterful Musical Mix. Works by Bach, Brahms, The Beatles, Katy Perry, Kanye West and Justin Timberlake. UM-Gusman.
Oct. 15: Pulse Chamber Music — A Passport Journey. UM-Gusman.
Oct. 21: Classical Guitar Favorites — Aranjuez and Andaluz. UM-Gusman.
Oct. 26: Cellist Dave Eggar — YoungArts Alumni Concert. UM-Gusman.
Oct. 29: Genova and Dimitrov Two-Piano Favorites. Works by Chopin, Arensky, Borodin and Liszt. UM-Gusman.
Nov. 2: Gershwin, Gershwin, Gershwin! Featuring Frost Wind Ensemble. UM-Gusman.
Nov. 4: Vadym Kholodenko — Van Cliburn Gold Medalist. UM-Gusman.
FLORIDA GRAND OPERA
Nov. 15-22: Madama Butterfly. Arsht.
Dec. 4 and 6: Madama Butterfly. Broward Center.
Dec. 12 and 14: Così fan tutte. Broward Center.
Jan. 24-31: Così fan tutte. Arsht.
Feb. 28-March 7: The Pearl Fishers. Arsht.
March 12 and 14: The Pearl Fishers. Broward Center.
May 9-16: The Consul. Arsht.
FRIENDS OF CHAMBER MUSIC
Oct. 27: Ehnes Quartet with guests Michael Tree, viola, William De Rosa, cello. Works by Schoenberg and Schubert. CGCC.
Nov. 18: Denis Kozhukhin, piano. Works by Haydn, Brahms and Prokofiev. CGCC.
Jan. 11: Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio. Works by Beethoven, Brahms and Tchaikovsky. UM-Gusman.
Feb. 7: Hugo Wolf Quartet from Vienna. Works by Smetana, Dvorak. UM-Gusman.
Feb. 24: Stephen Hough, piano. Works by Debussy and Chopin. CGCC.
March 11: Curtis Institute Chamber Orchestra. Works by Prokofiev, Higdon, Spano and Mozart. Robert Spano conducts. UM-Gusman.
March 22: Chamber Orchestra Kremlin. Works by Rossini, Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky. Misha Rachlevsky conducts. UM-Gusman.
April 19: Rising Star of the Metropolitan Opera vocal recital. Anthony Kalil, tenor, and Ken Noda, piano. Temple.
GREATER MIAMI SYMPHONIC BAND
Nov. 16: Season Opening Concert. Santiago Rodriquez, keyboardist. Gershiwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue.” UM-Gusman.
Dec. 14: Family Holiday Concert. Banyan.
Dec. 16: Holiday concert with vocal quartet and band. UM-Gusman.
Feb. 8: March Madness 2015 ... in February! Marching music from Broadway to Sousa. Banyan.
March 10: A St. Patrick’s Celebration. Dale Underwood, alto saxophone. Col. Arnald D. Gabriel (USAF, Ret.) conducts. UM-Gusman.
April 19 or 26: Chamber concert featuring soloists and small ensembles from the band. Kendall.
May 12: Annual Pops Concert: Shall We Dance. Capt. Lewis J. Buckley, Conductor Laureate of the U.S. Coast Guard Band. UM-Gusman.
June 9: Season Finale Concert. Richard Todd, UM French horn professor. “Alliances” by Brad Warnaar. UM-Gusman.
MASTER CHORALE OF SOUTH FLORIDA
Oct. 24: Classical Hit Parade. Choral-orchestral favorites from TV and movies. FPC.
Oct. 25: Classical Hit Parade. Choral-orchestral favorites from TV and movies. TEC.
Oct. 26: Classical Hit Parade. Choral-orchestral favorites from TV and movies. Andrews Hall.
Dec. 12: Messiah Sing-In. FPC.
Feb. 20: Carmina Burana. FPC.
Feb. 21: Carmina Burana. TEC.
Feb. 22: Carmina Burana. Lynn-Wold.
April 24: Bach & Other Baroque Masters. FPC.
April 25: Bach & Other Baroque Masters. TEC.
April 26: Bach & Other Baroque Masters. Lynn-Wold.
MIAMI BACH SOCIETY
Sept. 28: Rebel performs works “From Venice to Leipzig.” St. Philip’s.
Oct. 26: Impulso Barocco, period instrument ensemble. Corpus.
Nov. 29 and Dec. 1: A French Christmas program. Donald Oglesby with the University of Miami Collegium Musicum, the Bach Society Chamber Orchestra, and Florida’s Singing Sons Boychoir. St. Thomas.
Feb. 25-March 4: Tropical Baroque Music Festival XVI, Coral Gables and Miami Beach.
April 29: Les Arts Florissants, under the direction of harpsichordist William Christie. French works, airs sérieux et à boire. NWC.
MIAMI LYRIC OPERA
Sept. 21: A Masked Ball (Un Ballo in Maschera). Music by Giuseppe Verdi. Colony.
Nov. 8: Carmen. Banyan.
MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Oct. 5: Grand Season Opening Concert. Arsht.
Nov. 16: Beatles’ U.S. Invasion: 50th Anniversary. Arsht.
Jan. 18: Ocean Drive in Vienna. Arsht.
March 8: Sounds From Hollywood. Arsht.
May 3: The Steinway & Sons’ Piano Extravaganza. Arsht.
NEW WORLD SYMPHONY
Oct. 5: Sacred and Profane. Anne-Marie McDermott, piano. Works by Debussy, Holloway and Elgar. NWC.
Oct. 11-12: Season Opening Concert. Works by Stravinsky, Schoenberg/Monn, Stravinsky and Antheil. Michael Tilson Thomas conducts. NWC.
Oct. 17: Wagner and Brahms. Yefim Bronfman, piano. Michael Tilson Thomas conducts. NWC.
Oct. 19: Yefim Bronfman, piano, in concert. Works by Prokofiev and Beethoven. NWC.
Oct. 24-25: Beethoven: Music and Liberation. Christian Reif conducts. Jamie Bernstein, host. NWC.
Nov. 1: Percussion Consort. Works by Clyne, Viñao, Tekemitsu and Westlake. Michael Linville conducts. NWC.
Nov. 8-9: Mozart’s Jupiter. Works by Brahms, Mozart and Bartók. Robert Spano conducts. NWC.
Nov. 14: Pulse: White Out The New World Symphony. Christian Reif conducts. NWC.
Nov. 16: Schubert’s Trout. Works by Lieberson, Beethoven and Schubert. NWC.
Nov. 23: A Dvorák Journey. Alasdair Neale conducts. Slavonic Dance No. 15. Excerpts from “Gypsy Melodies” and “The Midday Witch.” Mvt. III from String Quartet No. 12, “American.” “Song to the Moon” from “Rusalka.” “Scherzo capriccioso.” Symphony No. 9, “From the New World.” NWC.
Dec. 6: John Adams and The American Sound. Timothy McAllister, saxophone. Works by Copland, Adams, Norman and Stravinsky. John Adams conducts. NWC.
Dec. 13-14: Beethoven’s Fifth. Ingrid Fliter, piano. Works by Falla and Beethoven. Roberto Abbado conducts. NWC.
Dec. 20: Holiday Special. Christian Reif conducts. NWC.
Dec. 21: The Natural World. Roberto González-Monjas, violin. Works by Respighi, Glière and Dvorák. NWC.
Jan. 9: Mahler’s Titan. Mahler’s Symphony No. 1. James Conlon conducts. NWC.
Jan. 24-25: Concerto Showcase. NWS musician soloists. Alasdair Neale conducts. NWC.
Jan. 30-31: New Work. Works by Hearne and Gordon. Michael Tilson Thomas conducts. NWC.
Feb. 4: Side-by-Side Concert. Michael Tilson Thomas conducts. NWC.
Feb. 7: NWS Gala — Celebrating the 70th Birthday of Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor. NWS Fellows and Alumni. NWC.
Feb. 14: Percussion Consort. Works by Shaw, Lang, Hollinden and Bryars. Michael Linville conducts. NWC.
Feb. 15: New World Center Presents: Thomas Hampson, baritone. Work by Adams. Michael Tilson Thomas conducts. NWC.
Feb. 21-22: Sibelius, with Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor. Paula Robison, flute. Works by Beethoven, Kirchner, Tilson Thomas and Sibelius. NWC.
Feb. 27-28: Encounters — The Bear Roars: Music in a Century of Russian Turmoil. Christian Reif, conductor. Jamie Bernstein, host. NWC.
March 1: The Human Voice. Works by Schubert, Brahms, Argento and Barber. NWC.
March 7-8: A Night at Bach’s Coffeehouse. Jeannette Sorrell, conductor/harpsichord. Works by J.S. Bach, Vivaldi and Handel. NWC.
March 13: Pulse: Late Night at the New World Symphony. Christian Reif conducts. NWC.
March 15: It’s a Family Affair. Christian Reif conducts. NWC.
March 20: Tchaikovsky’s Fifth. Works by Barber and Tchaikovsky. Teddy Abrams conducts. NWC.
April 4: Modern Europe. Chester Englander, cimbalom. Works by Eötvös and Stockhausen. Péter Eötvös conducts. NWC.
April 11-12: The Organ Symphony. Works by Honegger, Poulenc and Saint-Saëns. Stéphane Denève conducts. NWC.
April 19: North and South. Frank Morelli, bassoon. Works by Larsen, Hearne, Copland, Ginastera, Villa-Lobos and Revueltas. NWC.
April 25-26: Season Finale. Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin. Works by Schubert, Berg, Moret and Debussy. Michael Tilson Thomas conducts. NWC.
Oct. 12: Season Preview Concert. CGM.
Dec. 7: “Time Flies.” Family Fun Concert. Music by Bruce Adolphe, book by Eric Rohmann. Banyan.
Jan. 18: “The Purple Palace.” Family Fun Concert. Music by Bruce Adolphe, book by Louise Gikow. Banyan.
Feb. 8: Concert to celebrate Miami Beach’s 100th anniversary. Collins.
March 8: Outdoor concerts. Banyan.
April 11: “Zephyronia.” Family Concert. Music by Bruce Adolphe, book by Louise Gikow. CGM.
May 30: Noye’s Fludde, opera by Benjamin Britten. Northwestern.
ST. MARTHA CONCERTS
Nov. 16: The Emmet Cohen Trio. St. Martha.
Dec. 13: Rumbarroco, Latin-Baroque Fusion Ensemble. St. Martha.
Jan. 25: The Axiom Brass Quintet. St. Martha.
March 22: Paul Posnak, Glenn Basham, Ross Harbaugh Trio. St. Martha.
April 17: Lisa Vroman and Florida Grand Opera Young Artists Show. St. Martha.
May 30: New Summer “Starburst“ Concert with Amernet String Quartet & Paul Posnak. St. Martha.
Oct. 15: How Can I Keep from Singing?: American Voices in Choral Music. St. Sophia.
Oct. 17: How Can I Keep from Singing?: American Voices in Choral Music. St. Philip’s.
Oct. 18: How Can I Keep from Singing?: American Voices in Choral Music. All Saints.
Oct. 19: How Can I Keep from Singing?: American Voices in Choral Music. All Souls.
Nov. 7: Vivaldi: Gloria. UM-Gusman.
Nov. 8: Vivaldi: Gloria. All Saints.
Nov. 9: Vivaldi: Gloria. SDCC.
Dec. 10: Annual a cappella Christmas concerts. St. Sophia.
Dec. 12: Annual a cappella Christmas concerts. St. Philip’s.
Dec. 13: Annual a cappella Christmas concerts. All Souls.
Dec. 14: Annual a cappella Christmas concerts. All Saints.
Dec. 19: Handel’s Messiah. Broward Center.
Dec. 20: Handel’s Messiah. TEC.
Dec. 21: Handel’s Messiah. SDCC.
Jan. 14: Gregorian Chant: Miserere. St. Sophia.
Jan. 16: Gregorian Chant: Miserere. St. Philip’s.
Jan. 17: Gregorian Chant: Miserere. All Saints.
Jan. 18: Gregorian Chant: Miserere. All Souls.
Feb. 13: Haydn: Lord Nelson Mass. MSPB.
Feb. 14: Haydn: Lord Nelson Mass. All Saints.
Feb. 15: Haydn: Lord Nelson Mass. SDCC.
March 11: Mozart: Ave Verum Corpus. St. Sophia.
March 13: Mozart: Ave Verum Corpus. St. Philip’s.
March 14: Mozart: Ave Verum Corpus. All Saints.
March 15: Mozart: Ave Verum Corpus. All Souls.
April 17: Bach + Mahler. All Saints.
April 18: Bach + Mahler. MSPB.
April 19: Bach + Mahler. SDCC.
May 6: Kile Smith: Vespers. St. Sophia.
May 8: Kile Smith: Vespers. St. Philip’s.
May 9: Kile Smith: Vespers. All Saints.
May 10: Kile Smith: Vespers. All Souls.
SOUTH BEACH CHAMBER ENSEMBLE
Oct. 23: Music from Cuba and Argentina. CGM.
Oct. 26: Music from Cuba and Argentina. MBBG.
Feb. 26: Songs by Lee Hoiby. Anna Hersey, soprano; Luis Fernandez, violin; Tony Seepersad, violin; Rafael Ramirez, viola; Michael Andrews, cello. CGM.
March 1: Songs by Lee Hoiby. Anna Hersey, soprano; Luis Fernandez, violin; Tony Seepersad, violin; Rafael Ramirez, viola; Michael Andrews, cello. MBBG.
April 12: Mozart on the Move. 1100 Block Outdoor Stage, Miami Beach.
May 14: Brahms & Fauré. CGM.
May 17: Brahms & Fauré. MBBG.
SYMPHONY OF THE AMERICAS
Oct. 14: From Venice to Venezuela. Honoring Italian and Hispanic Heritage Month with the Sergio and Barbara Salani Piano Duo. Broward Center.
Nov. 9 and 11: The Magic of Cirque de la Symphonie. Broward Center.
Nov. 30: Bergonzi String Quartet. Hyatt.
Dec. 7 and 9: Symphony Holiday Spectacular. Broward Center.
Jan. 15: The Trinity Trio. Hyatt.
Feb. 10: Dvorák Totems. Broward Center.
Feb. 15: South Florida Harp Trio. Hyatt.
March 10: Symphony Classics & the Best of Broadway II. Broward Center.
March 15: “POPERA” with Courtenay Budd and Friends. Hyatt.
April 7 and 12: “Why We Sing”: Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida. Broward Center.