To nurture, protect and develop an accredited botanical garden for Miami Beach residents and visitors.
2000 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139, US
The New World Center Home Of The New World Symphony, America’s Orchestra Academy is an innovative facility for music education and performance with state-of-the-art…
500 17th Street, Miami, FL 33136, US
Opened in 1957, the Miami Beach Convention Center has been the heart of Miami Beach for over fifty years. It served as the site where Cassius Clay (later known as Muhammad Ali)…
1901 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139 , US
The focus of a multimillion-dollar renovation in 2007, the Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater (1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach) is a state-of-the-art performance…
1700 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, US
With its soaring lobby and subtle seductions, Delano is the hotel that changed South Beach forever. Designed by Philippe Starck, Delano South Beach is a luxury boutique hotel that…
1685 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, US
A global tribe of individuals, partners and progressives, devoted to creating extraordinary experiences for our community throughout our proprietary brands—we are sbe. Visionaries…
1701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida 33139, US
Located on famous Ocean Drive in Miami Beach, the Art Deco Welcome Center is the ideal tourist information center for Miami Beach.
1001 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Florida 33139, US
Located in Miami Beach, Eden Roc Resort’s captivating vibe pulses with a dynamic convergence of modern and classic, delivering the unexpected with a sophisticated and memorable…
4525 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140, USA
The Faena Hotel Buenos Aires, formally known as Faena Hotel+Universe, is a five-star hotel in the Puerto Madero section of Buenos Aires.
3201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140, USA
Available only at the bar every Sunday through Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m., Michelin-starred Azabu has debuted a happy hour. Experience exotic cocktails made with Japanese spirits and sakes paired with small bites. Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.
Every Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm enjoy a special brunch menu at Planta South Beach. Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.
From 6 PM to 8 PM every Monday through Friday, visit Coco Bambu for their happy hour. Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.
Every Sunday from 11:30 am – 3 pm, check out the Stubborn Seed’s brunch specials. Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.
From the City of Music comes chamber works steeped in great tradition, led by Vienna’s own star cellist Tamás Varga. Erich Korngold’s lush String Sextet nods to fellow Austrians Mahler and Strauss while foreshadowing his future as the father of Hollywood film music. Franz Joseph Haydn infuses sophistication and spontaneity in his trio for flute, cello and piano. After moving to the U.S., Vienna-born Arnold Schoenberg wistfully recalls music where tonality and rhythmic stability were paramount in his Second Chamber Symphony, one of his only tonal later works.
Your child’s imagination will run wild as the story of Peter and the Wolf musically comes to life! Accompanied by narration, follow the tale of Peter and his animal friends, and get to know the instruments of the orchestra at the same time. This is one fun and informative introduction you won’t want to miss. Concerts for Kids are designed with young ones—ages four to nine—in mind. Arrive early to experience a variety of activities by Miami Children’s Museum and other partners.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart—child prodigy, musical master and pop icon of his time—nurtured his extraordinary talent through the influence and mentorship of his peers and predecessors, George Frideric Handel and Franz Joseph Haydn. Radiating an edge-of-your-seat urgency, Mozart’s dramatic Symphony No. 40 is one of the most famous ever written. Handel’s Baroque brilliance mesmerized Mozart, and it’s on full display in selections from his opera Ariodante. Haydn, whose Sinfonia concertante cheerfully spotlights the violin, cello, oboe and bassoon, proclaimed his dear friend Mozart a once-in-a-century talent. Leading this trifecta tribute is Bernard Labadie, one of the world’s leading authorities on Baroque and Classical repertoire.
Curated and produced by the Fellows, Musicians’ Forums come alive in the New World Center’s Performance Hall through musical spontaneity and unique artistic partnerships. Program Samuel Barber Dover Beach for Baritone and String Quartet,Op. 3 (1910-1981) Nathaniel Voth, baritone Alex Gonzalez, Teddy Wiggins, violin Daniel Fellows, viola; Ian Greenberg, cello Gaspar Cassadó Suite for Solo Cello (1897-1966) Prelude – Fantasia Saradana (Danza) Intermezzo e Danza Finale Alan Ohkubo, cello Geroges Enesco Cantabile and Presto for Flute and Piano (1881-1955) Kayla Burggraf, flute; John Wilson, piano I N T E R M I S S I O N Franz Schubert Three Military Marches, Op. 51, D. 733 (1797-1828) No. 1 in D major (Allegro vivace) No. 2 in G major (Allegro molto moderato) No. 3 in E-flat major (Allegro moderato) Dean Whiteside, Thomas Steigerwald, piano Cesar Bresgen Bilder des Todes (1913-1988) Daniel Rieppel, David Viscoli, piano Erich Rieppel, Carlos Camacho, percussion
The final chamber music concert of the season features Bohemian composers who relished the folk music of their homes. Joining the NWS Fellows is pianist Anne-Marie McDermott, whose virtuosic playing is praised for its elegance. After its banishment for over half a century, Béla Bartók’s Piano Quintet is a rare gem that blends his signature Hungarian folk music with nods to Liszt, Brahms and Richard Strauss. While Zoltán Kodály employs literal references to Hungarian songs in his lyrical String Quartet, Leoš Janáček fragments Czech tunes in a spirited Concertino whose movements he likened to woodland animals. Cello and piano soar in master lyricist Antonín Dvořák’s sublime miniature tone poem.
Imagine if your artistic voice was banned from being heard by audiences? Come hear the controversial beauty of some of the most beloved works for cello and piano by Russian composers Myaskovsky, Stravinsky and Prokofiev during the Cold War, performed by Cello Fellow Alexa Ciciretti and Piano Fellow John Wilson. Program Nikolai Myaskovsky: Cello Sonata No. 2 in A minor, Op. 81 Stravinsky: Suite italienne (1932-33) Prokofiev: Cello Sonata in C major, Op. 119
The South Beach Triathlon, benefitting Save the Children, is known as one of the nation’s most prestigious races, due to its unique and intense course combined with great perks. The race begins with an ocean swim in the beautiful water that runs parallel to world-famous South Beach. The bike course crosses over Miami Beach’s famous Causeways with scenic views of the Intracoastal Waterway, downtown Miami and Miami Beach. The run course runs alongside Miami Beach’s Art Deco District, finishing on the white sands of South Beach. The race features the International Distance, a .93 mile swim, a 24.25 mile bike and a 6.2 mile run; or the Classic Distance features a .5-mile swim, 20.7-mile bike and 4-mile run.