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Costa Rica National Symphony Orchestra Program II—Premieres Latin American Composers

Performing at University of Miami Maurice Gusman Hall (Oct 23 - Oct 23)

Runtime: 1 Hour 30 Minutes


Synopsis

October 23, 2013 @ 8:00 PM
UM Gusman Concert Hall

Costa Rica National Symphony Orchestra
José Serebrier, guest conductor
Frost Chorale
Karen Kennedy, director

The Costa Rica National Symphony Orchestra’s second program at Festival Miami presents two more premieres by Latin American composers: De la Sabiduría del Rey Salomón by Marvin Camacho (U.S. premiere) and They Rode Into the Sunset—Music for an Imaginary Film by José Serebrier (world premiere). The evening concludes with dance music from two popular operas: Ballet Music from Aida by Giuseppe Verdi; three scenes from Carmen Symphony by Georges Bizet/arr. José Serebrier and “Polovtsian Dances” from Prince Igor by Alexander Borodin, which also features the magnificent Frost Chorale.

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University of Miami Maurice Gusman Hall

Festival Miami, the annual music festival that opens the South Florida arts season, provides superior and diverse musical programming each year, while expanding academic opportunities and cultural enrichment to all of South Florida and its visitors. It’s a musical experience no one should miss.

Festival Miami presents between 25 to 30 concerts, master classes, and lectures over a five-week period. Most concerts are during the month of October Each event falls under one of the four unique themes, which include: “Great Performances,” “Jazz and Beyond,” “Creative American Music,” and “Music of the Americas.”

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