MIAMI BEACH CLASSICAL MUSIC FESTIVAL RETURNS FOR FREE PERFORMANCES THIS SUMMER! July 7 - July 24, 2022
Conductor’s Symphony Concert Thursday July 7 | 7:30 PM Temple Emanu-El MONTGOMERY Starburst MOZART Symphony No. 33 OKPEPHOLO Kutimbua Kivumbi VERDI Overture to La Forza del Destino SAINT-SAËNS Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso SCHUMANN Symphony No. 3 The next generation of symphonic conductors train at MMF’s Conducting Institute. These emerging artists gain valuable experience leading a full orchestra while being coached, as they study all aspects of the art of conducting with acclaimed faculty. Institute Fellows then have a chance to show off their artistry in a public concert. See them in Miami Beach first!
The Magic Flute By W.A. Mozart Sunday July 10 | 2:00 PM Temple Emanu-El A hero on a quest and a princess finding her way encounter enchanted creatures, an evil queen and ultimately, each other – all with the help of a Magic Flute! Part of MMF’s popular Family Opera series, this production is created specifically for young children and will be performed with English dialogue. Mozart’s classic “singspiel” includes both spoken and sung dialogue, with familiar melodies you’ll be singing along to. Allow your children to experience opera in a family-friendly, live theatre setting.
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