Charles Christenson in Jazz Concert at Gusman Concert Hall

Sun Nov 17, 2019

Charlie Christenson (vocalist, pianist, songwriter and educator) is currently a doctoral fellow in the Studio Music & Jazz program at the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music and a member of the indie rock band, beddside. Before moving to Miami in the Fall of 2017, he served six years as Head of the Voice Department and Director of the Graduate Program … +


Maurice Ravel’ Les enfants et les sortilèges at Gusman Concert Hall

Thu Nov 21, 2019

This timeless masterpiece from 1925 by Maurice Ravel, with libretto by Colette, and originally choreographed by George Balanchine, tells the story of a mischievous child who must suffer the fantastical consequences of his wicked actions. His very home comes to life in order to teach him a lesson, along with an opportunity for redemption. The opera is in French with English surtitles … +


Nicholaus Poelwijk in Piano Concert at Clarke Recital Hall

Wed Nov 13, 2019

Born in Portland, Oregon to a musical family, Nicholaus Poelwijk showed his interests in piano from a young age. Beginning his piano studies at the age of three, as a high school student he went on to win the senior division of the prestigious Northwest Chopin Festival in Seattle, Washington. Poelwijk’s playing is perhaps best described by his first prominent teacher, who … +


Chopin Salon: Sean Kennard at La Gorce Country Club

Nov 24, 2019, 4 PM

The beautiful music of Chopin performed by some of today’s finest artists in a lovely Country Club ballroom with an intimate gathering of other classical music enthusiasts. A social wine reception following the concert where you can mix and mingle with other guests and the artists. After beginning studies with Graf, Sean Kennard won various other prizes in piano competitions, including the … +


Lights, Camera, Action! brought by The Symphonia

Dec 10, 2019

Sound meets sight in this evening of cinematic and artistic exploration that highlights the works of Copland, Wagner and Respighi. Exploration of Aaron Copland’s musical contributions to three classic movies: Of Mice and Men, The City and Our Town. Imagining Cosima Wagner’s delight on being woken on Christmas morning with a musical gift from her famous husband. Marvel at Ottorino Respighi’s musical … +


Miami International Piano Festival: The Magic of Opera Arias & Piano Masterpieces

Dec 13, 2019, 7 PM

This unique program will provide a dialogue between pianists and opera singers of great romantic masterpieces and lead the audience into a journey of these two great forms of art. The Magic of Opera Arias & Piano Masterpieces in Collaboration with Manny Perez Vocal Studio EGLISE GUTIERREZ (Soprano) & LUIS URBINA (Piano) MICAH MCLAURIN (USA) Featured Pianist Venue Crossbridge Church, Key Biscayne … +


Arthur Hanlon: Gringo en La Habana at Broward Center for the Performing Arts

Oct 11, 2019

American pianist, songwriter and arranger Arthur Hanlon is widely regarded as the best-known instrumentalist in the Latin music realm. Born to Irish- American parents, he hails from Detroit, Michigan, but found his calling in Latin music and has received widespread recognition in that realm, becoming the first pianist to reach the Billboard Latin airplay charts in more than a decade and the … +


Jazz Season Kick-Off Reception at ArtServe

Nov 21, 2019

Join members and friends of the Gold Coast Jazz Society for a filled season opening reception.  Jazz provided by student jazz ensembles of the University of Miami Frost School of Music.  Light bites and beverages included.


The American Music Ensemble at Gusman Concert Hall

Wed Nov 6, 2019

Here’s a chance to hear the American Music Ensemble, one of Frost’s premier groups, comprised of the top performing songwriters in the Bruce Hornsby Creative American Music Program. The ensemble received the 2015 DownBeat Magazine Award for outstanding performance by a collegiate blues/pop/rock ensemble. The American Music Ensemble is comprised of the top performing songwriters in the Bruce Hornsby Creative American Music Program at the … +


Thievery Corporation comes to The Fillmore

Wed Nov 6, 2019

Thriving for over 20 years without a radio hit, a big budget video, or major label backing Moreover, have managed to do high-profile TV appearances, own and operate their own independent label since day one, sell several million albums and continue to expand their fan base across the globe each year. They’ve collaborated with such uniquely famed artists David Byrne, Perry Farrell, … +


Gilberto Santa Rosa in Concert at Au Rene Theater

Sat Oct 5, 2019

Affectionately known as the Gentleman of Salsa, Gilberto Santa Rosa is one of the most celebrated Latin music vocalists in the world for his musical elegance and style. With the ASCAP Latin Heritage Award, six Grammy Awards, four Latin Grammys and, most recently, Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for Necesito un Bolero, he has the most #1 hits on Billboard’s Tropical Albums … +


Steven Page Trio Formerly of Barenaked Ladies comes to Broward Center for the Performing Arts

Thu Oct 10, 2019

For twenty years, Steven Page was the lead singer and songwriter with Barenaked Ladies, the Toronto-based band he formed in 1988 with Ed Robertson. Known for his dynamic, physically exuberant performances, his powerful tenor, and an arsenal of songs that span the gamut between humor and pathos, Steven and the band toured the world, selling out venues ranging from Madison Square Garden … +


MISO in Concert “Themes and Variations” at Knight Concert Hall

Sun Oct 20, 2019

Under the conduction of Eduardo Marturet, Miami Symphony Orchestra will perform at ARSHT, as a part of its current season. With soloists Ed Calle in Clarinet & Alto Saxophone and Osvaldo Fleites in Trumpet, the concert will include pieces from Hindemith like  Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes by Carl Maria von Weber. Martinez ‘ Contrapunto (World Premiere) a MISO 2019 Commission and Beethoven’ Symphony … +


MISO Performs at Miami Design District’ Palm Court

Fri Oct 18, 2019 - Fri Nov 15, 2019

Conducted by Eduardo Marturet, Miami Symphony Orchestra will perform at Palm Court in Design District. The concert is part of the symphony’ current  31th Season. Eduardo Marturet enjoys an active career on three continents; he is the Music Director and Conductor of The Miami Symphony Orchestra and continues to guest conduct actively in Europe. He has made more than 60 CDs that … +


JACO PASTORIUS one-time-only Film and Big Band Concert at The Wick

Mon Dec 2, 2019

Film JACO will be screening at The Wick, in a one-time-only opportunity to enjoy it full frame and get in contact with Jaco’s very family and friends, besides the film director himself. Film JACO is all about star musician Jaco Pastorius and his great contribution to music. For many, the best and most influential bass guitarist ever, who’s being remember for his … +


Debut of Making Movies ft. Dama Vicke at Las Rosas

Sun Oct 20, 2019

The genre-breaking Band will offer a Free Debut Concert featuring Dama Vicke. Making Movies brings a mix of afro-latino rhythms and psychedelic rock n’roll. The connection between the Chi brothers (hailing from Santiago, Panama) together with their Mexican bandmates, the Chaurand brothers results in an overwhelming musical presence that takes the audience through landscapes festive, furious, refreshing, and dark. The world turned … +


Beethoven and the Past: Frank Cooper’s Musicology Series at Clarke Recital Hall

Thu Sep 12, 2019

Frost School of Music presents “Beethoven and the Past: Frank Cooper’s Musicology Series.” Professor Emeritus Frank Cooper as he walks guest through the wonders of Ludwig van Beethoven’s life. In this talk, Mr. Cooper explores the importance of J.S. Bach, Joseph Haydn, W.A. Mozart and Antonio Salieri as sources of inspiration for the young Beethoven.


Electronic Music by Mechatok at ICA

Fri Sep 6, 2019

ICA Miami welcomes Berlin-based producer Mechatok to First Fridays. Mechatok’s performance will be complemented by Shanghai-based visual artist Kim Laughton. “Mechatok is still only 21 but over the last few years has slowly developed one of the most distinctive sounds in contemporary electronic music: equal parts blissful and melancholic club-ready pop miniatures.” FACT Magazine


COLORS Presents “R&B Only” at The Fillmore

Fri Sep 20, 2019

COLORS in an experience company based in LA, bringing to The Fillmore, their R&B only. After this anticipated event was rescheduled, the definite night for R&B lover will be Sep 20. R&B Only is designed to be an experience for music lovers. Created with the aim of going beyond the typical concert night. “I was at too many parties where people were … +


Daniel Caesar in CASE STUDY 01: TOUR’ Concert at The Fillmore

Sun Sep 8, 2019

Daniel Caesar makes R&B that sounds like a dream, ebbing and flowing between waves of gospel eloquence, experimentation, and pop ambition. This outlier presentation established him as a pioneering force on 2017’s Freudian. The breakout album yielded the smash, “Best Part” [feat. H.E.R.], which not only garnered a 2018 GRAMMY® Award in the category of “Best R&B Performance,” but it also clocked … +


Percussion Consort: MIAMI BEATS at New World Symphony

Sat Sep 28, 2019

Percussionists of the Magic City unite! NWS Percussion Fellows are joined by students from the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music for a one-night-only adventure. Together they will perform the world premiere of the Percussion Symphony No. 2 by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Charles Wuorinen, who will be in attendance. Hailed by The New Yorker as “the most original musical thinker of our time,” … +


Pre-Season Concert: String Serenades at NWS

Sat Sep 14, 2019

Conductor and Principal Violin of the Vienna Philharmonic Christoph Koncz makes his NWS debut leading the String Fellows in their first performance of the season. Celebrate classical music’s favorite prodigy, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, with his ingenious Haffner Symphony. Béla Bartók sought refuge from war in a Swiss town to pen his Divertimento, combining frenzied folk idioms with eerie, atmospheric tapestries. King of … +


Drummer Allison Miller’s Boom Tic Boom at SMDCAC

Fri Sep 13, 2019

NYC-based drummer/composer/teacher Allison Miller (1992 YoungArts Winner in Jazz) engages her deep roots in improvisation as a vehicle to explore all music. Described by critics as a Modern Jazz Icon in the Making, Miller has been named “Top 20 Jazz Drummers” in Downbeat Magazine and her composition “Otis Was a Polar Bear” is on NPR’s list of The 200 Greatest Songs by … +