The New World Symphony is an American orchestral academy based in Miami Beach, Florida. Established in 1987, the organization is a training ensemble for young musicians in preparation for professional careers in classical music. Since 2011, the New World Symphony has its headquarters in the New World Center.Plan my trip to Miami Beach with suggested itineraries provided by Inspirock.
In 1987, Michael Tilson Thomas established the New World Symphony, with initial financial assistance from Ted Arison, the founder of Carnival Cruise Lines. Thomas and Arison had similar visions of a training orchestra for young conservatory graduates to assist them in finding employment with professional orchestras. The New World Symphony gave its first public concert on 4 February 1988 in Miami. By the time of Arison's death in 1999, he had contributed $62M USD to the organization.
The New World Symphony offers three-year fellowships, where the programme offers a wide range of performance and educational opportunities in both domestic and international venues. The program offers opportunities for fellows to design and present their own concerts, which often feature seldom-heard works for unusual instrumentation. The training also includes mock auditions, financial management, donor and media relations, as well as opportunities for teaching in local schools.
The New World Symphony presents a season of concerts from September to May at the 756-seat concert hall of the New World Center. Performances include full-orchestra concerts, a chamber music series, a new music series, percussion consort series, small ensemble concerts, a family series, and special festivals and recitals.
On June 29, 2011, the New World Symphony Orchestra received the first place award for "Adventurous Programming" (group 2 orchestras) from ASCAP for its strong commitment to new American music.
New World Symphony Reviews
We went to a Chamber Music concert and thoroughly enjoyed it. Great concert hall acoustics. And the rooftop Garden is not to be missed - great views of the surrounding South Beach area. more »
We've lived in the Miami area for four years but didn't know this existed . We got to watch these amazingly talented young musicians play for the first time and so worth it. The venue is intimate not.... more »
Terminal West is Atlanta's flagship mid size venue. It has hosted some of the most memorable music events in the past 2 years, and is staffed with the utmost professional staff. No matter what genre of music you like, you'll be in for a treat with the state of the art sound system and great selection of food/beverages.
OMG, this was so much fun, even on a weeknight! The guys playing dueling pianos rotated with other instruments and musicians and the music was mostly requests. They really know how to get everyone having fun, and it was almost hard to go home. Don't miss it.
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