Cuba virtuoso Orlando Alonso plays Bach at New World Symphony

Thursday, March 24, 2022 at 7:30pm

On the 300th Anniversary of the publication of this monumental work, Pianist Orlando Alonso will perform the Well-Tempered Clavier Part I composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. Introductions and conversation with Musicologist Frank Cooper.

Cuban born pianist and conductor Orlando Alonso has already established a flourishing international reputation through his orchestral and recital performances in North America, South America, and Europe. Noted for his challenging programs, artistic maturity, and versatility, his repertoire ranges from Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven through the Romantics, Liszt and Brahms, to works by contemporary composers.

FRANK COOPER, known and admired for his ability to communicate the pleasures of any subject in the arts to his hearers, is Research Professor Emeritus of Musicology at the University of Miami. Eighteen seasons of twice-yearly special courses in Musical Experiences for Adults set a record for drawing repeat registrants in Miami. The Frost School of Music’s new building contains two teaching studios each bearing his name.


  • The $100 VIP price includes rooftop reception with Mr. Alonso and Mr. Cooper
  • The $35 price is the concert only. 


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