Performances

Britten’s “Midsummer Night’s Dream” a highlight of Miami Beach Classical Music Festival

When one considers the operas of Benjamin Britten, the tortured anti-heroes […]

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Sun Jul 31, 2022
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Miami Beach Classical Music Festival closes with a worthy “Orfeo”

The Miami Beach Classical Music Festival continued its ninth season with […]

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Sun Jul 24, 2022
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Young musicians vie with problematic acoustic in MBCMF’s “Carmen”

This year marks the ninth season of the Miami Beach Classical […]

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Fri Jul 22, 2022
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Wagner’s “Rheingold” has a belated Florida debut in immersive Miami Beach performance 

Temple House, a re-purposed synagogue on Euclid Avenue, became Bayreuth South Saturday […]

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Sun Jul 17, 2022
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Mozart’s “Magic Flute” delights young and old in artful MBMCF staging

The combination of comedy, fantasy and moral uplift makes The Magic […]

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Mon Jul 11, 2022
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Young conductors hone their craft at Miami Beach Classical Music Festival

Seven young conductors took turns on the podium at the Miami […]

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Fri Jul 08, 2022
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Ohlsson closes Frost Chopin Festival with brilliance, undimmed artistry

The Frost Chopin Festival, in no small manner, left the best […]

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Mon Jun 27, 2022
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Frost Chopin Festival opens with little Chopin but impressive artistry

A nearly three-hour program featuring an extraordinarily talented young pianist and […]

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Mon Jun 20, 2022
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Mostly Baroque wraps Miami opera season with delightful Pergolesi

This has been a good season for both Baroque opera and […]

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Sun May 29, 2022
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Díaz Trio closes FOCM season with an afternoon of delightful early Beethoven

Beethoven’s string trios proved the perfect soundtrack to a humid Sunday […]

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Mon May 23, 2022
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“Agrippina” closes FGO season with Handel in Hollywood

Productions of operas by George Frideric Handel are a rarity in […]

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Sun May 15, 2022
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MTT closes 34 years with the New World Symphony with moving and memorable Mahler

Billed as “An MTT Celebration,” the New World Symphony’s final concert […]

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Sat May 07, 2022
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New World wraps chamber season with a masterful Schubert rarity

The New World Symphony concluded its chamber music season Sunday afternoon […]

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Mon May 02, 2022
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Bedeviled by Covid, Seraphic Fire still offers inspired “Messiah” moments

Handel’s Messiah must be the most frequently performed choral work worldwide. […]

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Sat Apr 30, 2022
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Tetzlaff Quartet brings patrician virtuosity to FOCM debut

The distinctive sound of the Tetzlaff Quartet and the diverse Viennese […]

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Wed Apr 27, 2022
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FGO’s compelling “Fellow Travelers” illuminates dark days of McCarthy era

Gregory Spears’ opera Fellow Travelers recalls one of the darkest eras […]

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Sun Apr 24, 2022
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Trpčeski lights a fire with blazing bravura for Friends of Chamber Music

There are pianists who are technically adept and accomplished. Then there […]

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Wed Apr 13, 2022
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Palm Beach Symphony wraps season with vibrant Korngold and Dvořák

The Violin Concerto of Erich Wolfgang Korngold may not be quite […]

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Mon Apr 11, 2022
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Copland’s “El Salon Mexico” shines brightest in New World’s Latin-American excursion

The iconic American composers Aaron Copland and Leonard Bernstein emerged the […]

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Mon Apr 11, 2022
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Orchestra Miami takes flight with two aviation rarities

The 95th anniversary of the founding of Pan American World Airways […]

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Sun Apr 10, 2022
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