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In the Il Mulino New York tradition, classic Italian cuisine melds with Art Deco scenes on beautiful South Beach. Blending the sophistication of New York with elegance at the…


The Bazaar by, James Beard Award-winning Chef, José Andrés lights up Miami with a vibrant mix of sophisticated cuisine and a playful indoor-outdoor space by Philippe Starck. The…

1701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, 33139

This spot will have a handcrafted terracotta wood-burning chimney that was built to look like Vesuvius and burns at 840 degrees. But for pizza, not Pompeii 2.0.

224 Española Way, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Customers can expect a selection of the brand’s signature pies, such as the Sicilian pizza, a twice-baked pie topped with olive oil, plum tomatoes, and fresh basil; and the…

1220 16th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139

From a Danish company comes this playful juice bar-cafe combo in South Beach serving a well-priced menu of juices, smoothies, coffee, breakfast combos and sandwiches.

1600 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Upscale Brazilian eatery featuring all-you-can-eat grilled meat carved tableside & a salad bar.

300 Alton Rd #200, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Enter Coco Bambu, a giant new seafood restaurant imported from Brazil that just opened in the old stomping grounds of Miami Ad School. The award-winning restaurant has an…

955 Alton Rd, Miami Beach, FL 33139

David Grutman brings Planta to Miami, a vegan based dining experience in the heart of Miami Beach. Enjoy kombucha mojitos or a play on octopus vegan sushi rolls actually made of…

850 Commerce St, Miami Beach, FL 33139

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Join NWS Fellows for an intimate glimpse into their craft with behind-the-scenes presentations on topics ranging from music appreciation to the historical contexts of composers and more. Audience members are encouraged to participate by asking questions and taking part in post-presentation discussions.

Feel the lure of Latin Beats at Pulse, where late-night lounge meets orchestra. Delight in a mashup of live electronic grooves spun by Ella Roman, resident DJ at Do Not Sit On The Furniture, alongside the sultry melodies of Alberto Ginastera, Ástor Piazzolla, Roberto Sierra and the world premiere of works for DJ and orchestra by NWS alumnus and Co-Founder of Miami’s Nu Deco Ensemble, Sam Hyken. Grab friends and get there early to get seats for the year’s most highly anticipated program in a club-style atmosphere complete with dynamic lighting and videos.

The treasured fairy tale The Sleeping Beauty comes to life as NWS Fellows are joined on stage by pre-professional dancers from the Miami City Ballet School. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s popular music is sure to enchant and delight from “Once Upon a Time” to “Happily Ever After.” 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. These performances will be sensory-friendly. We welcome children with Sensory Processing Disorders and Autism Spectrum Disorders to experience the concert live in the hall. Noise-reduction headsets and a quiet room will be available. NEW! Beginning this year, two free Instrument Petting Zoo sessions of 20 minutes each will be offered during the hour before each concert. Tickets for these sessions will be available in-person to ticketholders on a first-come, first-served basis in the New World Center atrium starting 60 minutes prior to concert time. Each adult and child participating in the Instrument Petting Zoo will need an assigned ticket to enter either session, and the number of session tickets is limited to the number of concert tickets in your order. Ticketholders arriving late to their assigned session time will be […]

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.

Come be spellbound by musical storytelling led by famed international conductor Roberto Abbado. Experience Beethoven’s dramatic Seventh Symphony in person as it transforms sorrow into joy. Forever a classical music favorite, it has found fame in pop culture from Seinfeld to The King’s Speech. Ralph Vaughan Williams drew upon his studies with Maurice Ravel in setting A.E. Housman’s lovelorn poems, sung here by acclaimed American lyric tenor Matthew Polenzani. Maurice Maeterlinck’s Pelléas and Mélisande cast a spell on many composers, and Gabriel Faure’s masterpiece is so poignant it was played at his own funeral.

Witness how uplifting and unifying music can be as NWS revels in the optimism spread by composers and artists alike. Toronto Symphony Conductor Emeritus Peter Oundjian welcomes pastoral gems by Aaron Copland, who infused his Overture with hope and his trademark Americana, and Johannes Brahms with his incredible life-affirming Second Symphony. Despite its timeless popularity, this will be NWS’s first performance of the symphony in over 12 years–don’t miss it! After a tragic accident on his family’s farm, Grammy Award-winning violinist Augustin Hadelich was told he’d never play again, but he has claimed his spot as one of the world’s finest musicians. Here he offers a rare performance of Benjamin’ Britten’s anguished Concerto, which Britten claimed was “without question, my best piece.” Peter Oundjian, conductor Augustin Hadelich, violin Dean Whiteside, conductor Program Copland : An Outdoor Overture Britten : Violin Concerto Brahms : Symphony No. 2 Concert times are as follows: Sat Dec 7:30 pm Sun Dec 2:00 pm

Are you ready to be rocked? Conductor, composer, and educator Brad Lubman stands at the leading edge of modern music and returns to NWS with an explosive performance of American masters. Pulitzer Prize-winner and co-founder of Bang on a Can, David Lang is dedicated to making music new and now he needs YOU! In his latest work, Harmony and Understanding, for orchestra and audience, you will shed your spectator status and join in the fun. Play a crucial role in its U.S. premiere by joining a chorus of your fellow community members – no singing lessons required! Contemporary icon John Adams said he confronted who he was as a composer through Harmoniehehre, resulting in a dynamic marriage of American minimalism and the expressive world of European greats like Mahler, Debussy, and Sibelius. Be a part of history AND the performance in this exclusive evening at the New World Center!

Presented in the intimate SunTrust Pavilion, Solo Spotlights feature one or two Fellows in recital programs they design.

Join NWS Fellows for an intimate glimpse into their craft with behind-the-scenes presentations on topics ranging from music appreciation to the historical contexts of composers and more. Audience members are encouraged to participate by asking questions and taking part in post-presentation discussions.

The New World Symphony presents a festive program celebrating the holiday season, offering audience members an opportunity to gather and share music with friends and family. Enjoy selections from a variety of cultural heritages, certain to delight audiences of all ages.

Explore a myriad of chamber music alongside NWS Fellows as they tackle styles spanning over 200 years! The clarinet has a rich history and concert artist Alexander Fiterstein will make sure we experience all of it, joining Fellows for a performance of one of Mozart’s best-known chamber works, the Clarinet Quintet. In Paul Schoenfeld’s wildly virtuosic and fun Trio, the clarinet celebrates Jewish traditions, including klezmer music. The wind and brass Fellows are on display for John Harbison’s abstract score that provides answers before it asks questions, while Bulgarian composer Dobrinka Tabakova explores familiarity and the unknown in her music, which John Adams called “extremely original and rare.”

Seventy years after the establishment of the State of Israel, Michael Tilson Thomas (MTT) leads a celebratory one-night-only event honoring the Jewish heritage of Mahler and Mendelssohn, contemporary pioneer Avner Dorman, and that of his own family, The Thomashefskys. Regarded by many as the finest concerto written for any instrument, Felix Mendelssohn’s romantic masterpiece is a showstopper in the hands of award-winning Israeli violinist Itamar Zorman. Mahler’s symphonies are one of MTT’s specialties and he led a performance of the First Symphony in Tel Aviv during NWS’s 1995 tour. They revisit the Titan’s first movement in what is MTT’s only Mahler offering this season—don’t miss it! Named after a popular Israeli dish, Avner Dorman’s ode to Jerusalem reflects a bustling and deeply religious city in a quintet for winds and piano. In a special treat, the evening starts with a circus-like overture from The Thomashefskys, MTT’s homage to his grandparents and Yiddish Theater royalty, Boris and Bessie.