You’ll have to travel to Broward for most of the classical music concerts these next two weeks although there is one in Miami. Debussy, Beethoven, Bach and Chopin are just some of the featured composers.
1. 2017 Master Series
Pianist Ilya Itin performs various pieces by Schubert and Rachmaninoff including Sonata in D Major, D 850, Op.53 and Sonata No. 1 Op. 28. July 28 at 7:30 p.m., Adolfo and Marisela Cotilla Galllery. Tickets $35. http://miamipianofestacademy.com/event/ilya-itin/
JPianist Francesco Libetta from Italy performs a concert of music by Weber, Chopin, Liszt, Albeniz, Sousa, Debussy and Beethoven. July 29 at 7:30 p.m., Adolfo and Marisela Cotilla Galllery. Tickets $35. http://miamipianofestacademy.com/event/francesco-libetta/
Grand Finale A Celebration of the Piano performance featuring participants in the 2017 Academy of Nova Southeastern University joined by 2016 Concerto Competition Winner Jacob Mason along with faculty members who are Kemal Gekic, Francesco Libetta and Ilya Itin, Miami International Piano Festival artists. July 30 at 5 p.m., Miniaci Performing Arts Center, Tickets $55. http://miamipianofestacademy.com/event/grand-finale/
Nova Southeastern University
2. Organ Recital
Organ Recital Lutheran Ludes with organist Matthew Steynor performing organ preludes and postludes based on Lutheran melodies, featuring pieces by Bach and composers from Norway, France, Austria, The Netherlands, United Kingdom and United States. July 30 at 6 p.m., Trinity Cathedral. Tickets $10. http://www.trinitymiami.org/page/organ_recital_lutheran_ludes
3. Summerfest 2017
Summer with the Symphony performances by the Symphony of the Americas conducted by Maestro James Brooks Bruzzese and featuring various soloists Concerts feature music by Bach, Mendelssohn, Vivaldi, Turchi-Floris, Ravel, Hisaishi and Moncayo.
Aug. 3, Pompano Beach Cultural Center
Aug. 5, Florida Atlantic University. Tickets $20, $45 VIP seating with post-reception.
Aug. 10, Susan B. Katz Theater