CULTURE SHOCK MIAMI Presents Another Inside Story: New World Symphony

Written By Arts Marketing Network
March 14, 2018 at 7:53 PM

Celebrating 30 years of excellence, the New World Symphony, America’s Orchestral Academy, has contributed to making Miami-Dade County a world-class cultural hub.

It is a true leader for classical and symphonic music through its programs of live performance, education, community outreach, important composer commissions and world premieres, and by bringing top internationally-acclaimed artists to South Florida to both perform and teach.

Founded in 1987 by Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas and Miami leaders Lin and Ted Arison, the New World Symphony has grown to become an important incubator of creativity and a model for the classical music experience in our daily life.

Meet some of the people who help make the Orchestra a Miami-Dade treasure. . .


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