ALL PERFORMANCES 4 pm
unless otherwise noted

Seats are Non-Reserved
Gusman Concert Hall
Frost School of Music
University of Miami
1314 Miller Drive
Coral Gables, Florida

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Complimentary wine and soft drinks at all Adult concerts.

Joshua Roman - Cory Smythe

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Concert 1 - Sunday, September 8, 2013, 4 pm
Joshua Roman, cello and Cory Smythe, piano

 

Joshua Roman is nationally renowned for performing a wide range of repertoire with an absolute commitment to communicating the essence of the music at its most sublime level. He is a complete musician who is dedicated to performance, artistic leadership and creation of new works through collaboration. This past season, he won critical and audience acclaim for his solo performance with Miami's New World Symphony. Pianist Cory Smythe is "a keyboard wizard....dazzling" - The San Francisco Chronicle.

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Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida

Concert 2 – Sunday Evening, December 15, 2013, 7:30 pm
Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida
Gordon Roberts, Music Director

 

Under the inspired direction of Gordon Roberts, a musical associate of the legendary Leonard Bernstein, the 150-voice Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida traverses the choral repertoire from Baroque and classical scores to popular standards. Roberts' arrangements, orchestrations and leadership have thrust the three year old choral ensemble onto the national stage in a very short time. They are invited to perform at New York’s Lincoln Center!

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Generously sponsored by Dr. Lawrence and Suzanne Fishmen


Amernet String Quartet - Michael Tree

Concert 3 - Sunday, January 12, 2014, 4 pm
Amernet String Quartet
Amernet String Quartet with Michael Tree, viola
Misha Vitenson, Marcia Littley, violin; Michael Klotz, viola
Jason Calloway, cello


The Amernet String Quartet has garnered worldwide praise and recognition as one of today’s exceptional young string quartets. They are the Artists-in-Residence at Florida International University, fascinating with flawless intonation, extraordinary beauty of sound, virtuosic brilliance and precision of ensemble. They will be joined by legendary violist Michael Tree, from the storied Guanieri String Quartet for a one-of-a- kind performance!

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Generously sponsored by the Luedeking Family in memory of Heinz Luedeking


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New Trio


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Concert 4 - Sunday, January 26, 2014, 4 pm
New Trio
Andrew Wan, violin, Julio Elizalde, piano; Patrick Jee, cello

 

The New Trio has appeared throughout the United States to popular and critical acclaim, emerging as one of the preeminent piano trios of the now generation. Winner of the renowned Fishoff Competition and the Coleman National Chamber Music Competition, the Trio is making impressive strides on the concert stages of the world.

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Generously sponsore by Kaufman, Rossin & Co.;
Bejamin Torchinsky in loving memory of Sarah Torchinsky


Ray Chen - Julio Elizalde


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Concert 5 - Sunday, February 16, 2014, 4 pm
Ray Chen, violin; Julio Elizalde, piano

 

Winner of the Queen Elisabeth and the Yehudi Menuhin Competitions, Ray Chen is one of today’s young, new violin stars! This year, he performed at the Nobel Prize Ceremony in Stockholm with maestro Christoph Eschenbach and recently made his highly acclaimed Carnegie Hall debut Julio Elizalde is the co-artistic director of the popular Olympic Music Festival near Seattle.

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Generously sponsored by David Haines; the Ziff Family in loving memory of Helene D. Ziff

 


Richard Goode

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Concert 6 – Sunday, March 16, 2014, 4 pm
Richard Goode, piano

 

Richard Goode is hailed for music-making of tremendous emotional power, depth and expressiveness. Acknowledged as one of today’s leading interpreters of classical and romantic music, he regularly performs with major orchestras and gives recitals in many international capitals. Goode is a winner of numerous prestigious musical prizes including a Grammy Award. A rare opportunity to hear this master in solo recital!

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Generously sponsored by Richard DeProspero in loving memory of
Edna and Tem DeProspero; the Luedeking Family in memory of Heinz Luedeking


Tickets available for online purchase until 9 am concert day. Tickets purchased on-line within 6 days of the concert will be available at the "Will Call" desk one hour before concert on performance day. Tickets can be purchased at the box office on concert day with cash, check, mastercard or visa. Seats are Non-Reserved.

     VALET PARKING AT GUSMAN HALL FOR $8.00


     South Alhambra Circle at Dixie Highway - starting at 2:30 pm.
     Parking is increasingly difficult at UM. Please take advantage of the easy parking options provided.

Isabel Leonard - Vlad Iftinca

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Concert 7 – Sunday, May 18, 2014, 4 pm

Isabel Leonard; Vlad Iftinca, piano

 

Winner of the 2013 Richard Tucker Vocal Award, Isabel Leonard, highly acclaimed for her passionate intensity, remarkable vocal and visual beauty, continues to make waves in the opera world, the United States and abroad. Leonard is a Metropolitan Opera audience favorite, and also frequents other renowned houses such as Paris Opera, Glyndebourne and Salzburg. Leonard studied at The Juilliard and subsequently won numerous opera prizes, including the prestigious Marilyn Horne Foundation Award. She triumphantly created the female role in the American premiere of The Tempest by British composer, Thomas Ades, at the Metropolitan Opera in 2012. This acclaimed singer makes her South Florida debut in a performance not to be missed!

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Generously sponsored by Audre Carlin


General $35

Seniors $30

Students $10

Tickets available for online purchase until 9 am concert day. Tickets purchased on-line within 6 days of the concert will be available at the "Will Call" desk one hour before concert on performance day. Tickets can be purchased at the box office on concert day with cash, check, mastercard or visa. Seats are Non-Reserved.

  (Artists and Dates Subject to Change Without Notice)

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