Frost School of Music

  1. Andrew Eshbach, oboe

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    September 08 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Master’s Recital

  2. Michael Nunez, trombone

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    September 13 – 3:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Master’s Recital

  3. Kom Wongsawat, jazz piano

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    September 13 – 7:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Doctoral Recital

  4. Michael Lucas, guitar

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    September 14 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Master’s Recital

  5. James Zimmermann, tuba

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    September 15 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Senior Recital

  6. Daniel Velasco, flute

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    September 17 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Doctoral Recital

  7. Frost Studio Jazz Band & Concert Jazz Band—Jazz Soul of Porgy and Bess

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    September 17 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Two of the Frost School’s DownBeat collegiate award-winning big bands perform Bill Potts’s Jazz Soul of Porgy and Bess, and new works by Frost composers for soloists in the bands.

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    General Admission

       
  8. Rachel Ginebra, guitar

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    September 18 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Senior Recital

  9. Boris Popadiuk, cello

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    September 19 – 3:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Master’s Recital

  10. Sarah Wee, soprano

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    September 19 – 7:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Doctoral Recital

  11. Frost Symphony Orchestra—Mahler Symphony No. 5

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    September 19 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Thomas Sleeper conducts the Frost Symphony Orchestra in Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 5, aptly described as moving ‘from tragedy to triumph.’ It features the tender and beautiful “Adagietto.”

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  12. Brian Logan, Euphonium

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    September 20 – 12:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Doctoral Recital
    Free admission

  13. Sarah Gongaware, cello

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    September 20 – 4:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Doctoral Recital

  14. Federico Musgrove, guitar

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    September 20 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Doctoral Recital

  15. William Kaufman, percussion

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    September 22 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Doctoral Recital

  16. Society of Composers, Inc.

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    September 23 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Shawn Crouch, student president
    Free admission

  17. Frost Brass in Concert

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    September 24 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Low and high brass come together in a concert that spans musical eras and styles, performed by a spectrum of talented brass students from across the Frost School of Music.

    Free admission

  18. Thomas Bowden, percussion

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    September 24 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Doctoral Recital

  19. Joao Paulo Pinheiro Campos, piano

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    September 25 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Senior Recital

  20. Pipe Up!—Featuring Frost Chamber Singers

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    September 25 – 8:00 PM
    Trinity Episcopal Church: 464 NE 16th, Miami, FL 33132

    Join the Frost Chamber Singers on a guided tour of the history of organ usage in choral music. Featuring works by Buxtehude, Haydn, Dove, and many others. Featuring Trinity Cathedral organist Matthew Steynor.

    Free admission

  21. Inesa Gegprifti, piano

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    September 26 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Doctoral Recital

  22. Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra—New Music Concert

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    September 26 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Enjoy a superb concert featuring Frost faculty artist Gary Keller as soloist on Eddie Sauter’s suite Focus for tenor saxophone and string orchestra, originally composed for Stan Getz. Next, HMI Fellow Philippe Brunet appears as trumpet soloist in the world premiere of Ken Ueno’s Fanfares for the Apocalpyse, a concerto for Trumpet and Chamber Ensemble.

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  23. Trudy Kane, Faculty Flute Recital

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    September 27 – 4:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Frost faculty flute artist Trudy Kane performs music by C.P.E. Bach, Burton and Copland and then invites pianist Paul Schwartz and clarinet professor Margaret Donaghue to the stage to perform a transcription of Claude Debussy’s Petite Suite for flute, clarinet and piano, followed by Madeleine Dring’s Trio for flute, oboe and piano with faculty oboe professor Robert Weiner.

    Free admission

  24. Julia Balseiro, French horn

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    September 27 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Doctoral Recital

  25. Szilard Molnar, French horn

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    September 28 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Master’s Recital

  26. Choralcopia! Featuring Frost Choirs

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    September 29 – 7:30 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    This fast-paced concert alternates between choral and solo music, and features all five Frost choirs—Frost Chorale, Symphonic Choir, Chamber Singers, Cantilena, and Maelstrom. Join us for this 75-minute introduction to our wonderful singers!

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  27. Kimberly Everett Ganong, oboe

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    September 29 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Doctoral Recital

  28. Annabelle Inhyung Hwang, clarinet

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    September 30 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Doctoral Recital

  29. Frost Symphonic Winds—Refracted States

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    October 01 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Robert Carnochan, director of wind band activities, and Steven Moore, guest conductor and associate dean offer an enticing Frost Symphonic Winds concert that showcases the depth of talent in the Frost School of Music. Scheduled repertoire is by lauded composers Lauridesen, Grantham, Bryant, and Bernstein.

    Free admission

  30. Abigail Young, violin

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    October 13 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Doctoral Recital

  31. Frost Symphony Orchestra—Pianist Simone Dinnerstein

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    October 16 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    Frost Symphony Orchestra presents pianist Simone Dinnerstein in Philip Lasser’s Concerto for Piano and Orchestra. Alan Hovhaness’s And God Created Great Whales and Howard Hanson’s Symphony No. 5 complete the all-American program.

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  32. Raquel Sofía—New Sony Music Latin Artist

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    October 17 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    “Raquel Sofía is the breath of fresh air that Latin Pop needs,” says megastar Juanes. This concert showcases her appealing jazz-infused vocals and accessible sonic style. “A bonafide future star,” says NPR.

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  33. Charles Castleman—Violin Virtuoso

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    October 18 – 4:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    Prize-winning violinist Charles Castleman performs a dramatic unaccompanied solo recital that includes Bach’s “Chaconne” from Partita in D Minor, Piazzolla’s Tango Etudes, Nos. 2 and 3 and Ysaÿe’s Violin Sonata Op. 27, No. 3 (“Ballade”).

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  34. Johnny Mercer Reimagined

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    October 20 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    Songwriters from the Frost School’s Bruce Hornsby Creative American Music Program take a fresh spin on classic songs by Johnny Mercer (“Autumn Leaves,” “Moon River,” “Skylark”) and showcase new songs inspired by his brilliant writing.

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  35. Nashville All-Stars—Sing Their Greatest Hits

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    October 21 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    Top Nashville singer-songwriters (Craig Corothers, Tony Arata, Dave Berg, Annie Mosher) present a down-to-earth country music concert featuring their hits recorded by Garth Brooks, Keith Urban, Trisha Yearwood and Rodney Atkins.

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  36. Gonzalo Rubalcaba—With Frost Concert Jazz Band

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    October 22 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    Cuban-born pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Bulgarian-born percussionist Svet Stoyanov and American-born jazz trumpeter and bandleader John Daversa present an energizing jazz program with the Frost Concert Jazz Band.

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  37. Master class: John Easterlin

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    October 23 – 1:25 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Free admission.

  38. Natalia Lafourcade—Latin American Pop Sensation

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    October 23 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    A 3-time Latin Grammy winner and double Grammy nominee, Natalia Lafourcade is one of the most important singer-songwriters of her generation. Her new album Hasta la Raíz was inspired by her travels in South America.

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  39. John Easterlin—Sings Broadway and Opera Favorites

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    October 24 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    Grammy- and Emmy-winning character tenor John Easterlin sings beautiful Broadway and opera repertoire ranging from “Stranger in Paradise” and “This is My Beloved” to classic arias by Mozart, Bernstein, and others.

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  40. Master class: Los Angeles Guitar Quartet

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    October 25 – 11:00 AM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Free admission.

  41. Los Angeles Guitar Quartet—New Renaissance Tour

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    October 25 – 4:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    The multifaceted Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, praised by The Baltimore Sun as “a formidable ensemble,” presents music from celebrated albums New Renaissance and Guitar Heroes. They also premiere works by Ourkouzounov, Hoppstock and Zappa

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  42. Sylvan Street—High Wattage Jazz Fusion

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    October 27 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    Sylvan Street is a high-wattage group that performs funk-infused originals with high-wattage bass grooves, powerful drums, tight horns and exciting keyboards. They blend driving fusion of jazz, rock, Latin, urban, jump swing and blues.

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  43. Master class: Cyrille Aimée

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    October 28 – 4:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Free admission.

  44. Chamber Music Treasures—Richard Todd, Joel Smirnoff, Christopher O’Riley

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    October 28 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    Musical sparks fly in a new interpretation of Brahms’s Horn Trio when admired recording artists Richard Todd (horn) and Joel Smirnoff (violin) pair up with NPR’s From the Top host Christopher O’Riley (piano). Also, music by Bach and Messiaen.

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  45. Cyrille Aimée—Fabulous French Jazz Vocalist

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    October 29 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    French jazz vocalist Cyrille Aimée blends standards with Gypsy swing, bossa nova, and charming stage presence. She joins the Frost Studio Jazz Band and Jazz Vocal 1 Ensemble in upbeat arrangements of jazz favorites created especially for her.

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  46. Ben Folds—with Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra

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    October 30 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    Multi-platinum-selling singer-songwriter and pianist Ben Folds performs his critically acclaimed Concerto for Piano and Orchestra with the Frost School of Music’s Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra.

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  47. Halloween at Hogwarts and Beyond!

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    October 31 – 2:59 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    Frost Symphony Orchestra presents Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone: Children's Suite for Orchestra by John Williams, plus music by Saint-Saëns and Mussorgsky. All children are invited to dress in Halloween costumes!

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  48. Black Violin—Classical Hip-Hop Duo

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    November 01 – 4:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    Black Violin, an exhilarating violin/viola hip-hop duo, wows audiences with their unique take on classical music. Their newest recording, Stereotypes, incorporates their many musical influences from classic, R&B, and soul to rock and beyond.

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  49. Frost Wind Ensemble—Great American Masters

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    November 02 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    Frost Wind Ensemble, conducted by new director Robert Carnochan, presents lively works by great American masters Bernstein, Ticheli, Grantham, and Adams, featuring soprano Esther Jane Hardenbergh and tuba soloist Aaron Tindall.

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  50. Master class: Joey DeFrancesco

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    November 03 – 11:00 AM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Free admission.

  51. Joey DeFrancesco—Master Jazz Organist

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    November 03 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    Master jazz organist Joey DeFrancesco tears it up on his Hammond B3 in the great tradition of the incredible Jimmy Smith. A crowd favorite at festivals worldwide, you’ll soon become a fan of his swinging style and remarkable originality.

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  52. Boston Brass—And the Nominees Are…

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    November 04 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    Boston Brass presents its most-loved virtuosic selections from the worlds of orchestra, ballet, Broadway and the Big Screen. Concertgoers decide the second half program via categorized nominee ballots collected at intermission!

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  53. Freda Payne—And Her Band of Gold

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    November 05 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall
    Freda Payne, best known for her 1970 R&B crossover smash hit, “Band of Gold,” is a jazz singer in the beautiful tradition of Nancy Wilson. She sings “Save Your Love for Me” plus other enthralling selections with a trio featuring Dean Shelly Berg

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  54. JAZZ ROOTS: The Movie Music of Spike Lee and Terence Blanchard—Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra

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    November 06 – 8:00 PM
    Adrienne Arsht Center, John S. and James L. Knight Concert Hall, 1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132
    A celebration of the movies of Spike Lee, with scores by Grammy-winning trumpeter/composer Terence Blanchard, performed by his quintet, Frost School’s HMI Orchestra, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Maysa, and Lizz Wright.

  55. A Celtic Crossing—Frost Choirs Explore the Scottish Choral Tradition

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    November 08 – 4:00 PM
    Riviera Presbyterian Church: 5275 Sunset Dr., Miami, FL 33143

    This concert explores the fusions of musical cultures, focusing specifically on the Scottish choral tradition. Frost Chamber Singers, Symphonic Choir, Cantilena, and Maelstrom perform works influenced by Scottish music, poetry, and much more.

    Free admission

  56. Frost Chorale and High School Honor Choir

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    November 10 – 5:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    The Frost 47th Annual High School Honor Choir event brings over 200 highly select high school students and teachers to campus for a day of workshops and music sharing, culminating in a free concert.

    Free admission

  57. Frost Percussion Group—Exceptional Virtuosity

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    November 12 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    New percussion works by respected musical luminaries are unveiled by top-flight UM Frost students, with interesting staging and exceptional virtuosity. Prepare to be amazed!

    Free admission

  58. Frost Saxophone Quartet

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    November 14 – 4:00 PM
    Church of the Venerable Bede

    Dale Underwood, director

    Free admission

  59. Frost Symphony Orchestra—Plays Debussy and Dvořák

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    November 15 – 3:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Alexander Magalong conducts the Frost Symphony Orchestra in a Sunday afternoon concert featuring Debussy’s Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun and Dvořák’s Symphony No. 8.

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  60. CAM FEST—Pop, Rock, Laptop, and More

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    November 15 – 4:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording & Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Creative American Music students from the Frost School of Music present original songs in authentic styles, from 1980s pop, to contemporary grooves.

    Free admission

    Next performance:
    Monday, November 16, 8:00 p.m.
    Tuesday, November 17, 8:00 p.m.
    Wednesday, November 18, 8:00 p.m.
    Thursday, November 19, 8:00 p.m.

  61. CAM FEST—Pop, Rock, Laptop, and More

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    November 16 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Creative American Music students from the Frost School of Music present original songs in authentic styles, from 1980s pop, to contemporary grooves.

    Free admission

    Next performance:
    Tuesday, November 17, 8:00 p.m.
    Wednesday, November 18, 8:00 p.m.
    Thursday, November 19, 8:00 p.m.

  62. MozArtMostly Opera Scenes—Frost Opera Theater in Concert

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    November 17 – 7:30 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Frost Opera Theater returns to the art of Mozart in Gusman Hall.  Mozart’s characters lead the way, joined by a surprise cast of equally virtuosic vocalists vying for their own operatic viability.  Join guest music director Caren Levine and Frost Opera Theater students as they revel, roar, and soar with Mozart and more. Performances with piano.

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  63. CAM FEST—Pop, Rock, Laptop, and More

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    November 17 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Creative American Music students from the Frost School of Music present original songs in authentic styles, from 1980s pop, to contemporary grooves.

    Free admission

    Next performance:
    Wednesday, November 18, 8:00 p.m.
    Thursday, November 19, 8:00 p.m.

  64. Frost Jazz Sextet and Frost Concert Jazz Band—With Special Guest Alan Ferber

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    November 18 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    The Frost Jazz Sextet opens this concert with an outstanding array of creative originals, imaginative grooves and dramatic improvisatory interplay. Then John Daversa conducts the Frost Concert Jazz Band in a sizzling big band set featuring Grammy nominated New York trombonist and composer, Alan Ferber.

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  65. CAM FEST—Pop, Rock, Laptop, and More

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    November 18 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Creative American Music students from the Frost School of Music present original songs in authentic styles, from 1980s pop, to contemporary grooves.

    Free admission

    Next performance:
    Thursday, November 19, 8:00 p.m.

  66. CAM FEST—Pop, Rock, Laptop, and More

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    November 19 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Creative American Music students from the Frost School of Music present original songs in authentic styles, from 1980s pop, to contemporary grooves.

    Free admission

  67. Frost Horns and Friends

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    November 19 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    French horn students from the studio of Richard Todd perform a range of arrangements for multiple horns and featured soloists.

    Free Admission

  68. Frost Extensions & Jazz Vocal 1 Ensemble (JV1)

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    November 20 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Beloved standards from the Great American Songbook along with fabulous jazz classics fill the hall when two wonderful Frost vocal ensembles blend in sonorous harmony.

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  69. Frost Flute Studio Recital

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    November 20 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Students mentored by Frost faculty flute artist Trudy Kane perform a program of all French masterpieces. Magnifique! Fantastique!

    Free admission

  70. Frost Brass in Concert

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    November 30 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Enjoy the musical power and beauty of brass instruments in a special concert curated by Frost horn professor Richard Todd. Repertoire spans musical eras and styles.

    Free admission

  71. Frost Jazz Vocal 2 Ensemble

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    December 01 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Singers mastering the art of vocal harmonization and improvisation are highlighted in this fine concert of favorite standards and new compositions.

    Free admission

  72. Frost XJB Big Band

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    December 01 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Frost XJB Big Band under the direction of Chuck Bergeron presents a swinging concert filled with great charts, soloists, and incredible energy. Come on out and see why the Frost School’s jazz department is tops in the nation!

    Free admission

  73. Faculty Jazz Septet – Faculty Recital

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    December 02 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Free admission

  74. Frost Wind Ensemble—Traditions

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    December 03 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Robert Carnochan conducts the Frost Wind Ensemble in Schuman’s George Washington Bridge, Grainger’s Lincolnshire Posy and Hindemith’s Symphonic Metamorphosis. Guest conductor Chee Weng Yim conducts Benson’s The Passing Bell.

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  75. Redi Llupa, piano

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    December 03 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Doctoral Recital

  76. Frost Flute Ensemble

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    December 04 – 6:30 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Trudy Kane, director

    Frost Flute Ensemble performs a pleasing concert featuring two world premieres of transcriptions from the world of opera by Trudy Kane: “Intermezzo” from Manon Lescaut by Giacomo Puccini, and “Prologue” from Pagliacci by Ruggerio Leoncavallo, both with bass-baritone Kevin Short.

    Free admission

  77. Frost Woodwind Ensemble

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    December 04 – 8:30 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Join the Frost Woodwind Ensemble for an evening of colorful music that explores the rich and exotic timbres of the woodwind family…flutes, clarinets, oboes, bassoons and more!

    Free admission

  78. Frost Studio Jazz Band—Plays the Blues!

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    December 05 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Director Stephen Guerra, Jr. conducts a fabulous concert of music inspired by, and based on the Blues. Great soloists and amazing ensemble interplay will entertain and impress you!

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  79. Luca Cubisino, piano

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    December 05 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Doctoral Recital

  80. Shalala MusicReach Mentoring Concert

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    December 06 – 9:00 AM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Children and teens that are receiving free music lessons through the Shalala MusicReach Program at the Frost School of Music present a concert for friends, family and community that will amaze and delight.

    Free admission

  81. Frost Saxophone Quartets and Saxophone Ensemble

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    December 06 – 1:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    The unique instrumentation of a saxophone quartet (soprano, alto, tenor, baritone) is showcased in a fine concert that also features a larger Frost Saxophone Ensemble, produced by renowned master teacher, Dale Underwood.

    Free admission

  82. Tyson Voigt, percussion

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    December 06 – 2:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Doctoral Recital

  83. Frost Jazz Vocal 2 Ensemble

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    December 06 – 4:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Enjoy an amazing blend of beautiful singing, wonderful harmonies, and fantastic songs beloved the world over as Frost Jazz Vocal 2 Ensemble takes to the Gusman Hall stage. Members of the ensemble are also featured as soloists, and a great rhythm section accompanies with flair.
    Free admission

  84. Winter Wonderful—Frost School of Music Holiday Dinner

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    December 06 – 6:30 PM
    J.W. Marriott Marquis Miami

    Frost School of Music presents its annual holiday candlelight dinner featuring carols and holiday favorites performed by over 200 stellar choir and instrumental students. Proceeds benefit music scholarships and the Shalala MusicReach mentoring program. Information at winter-wonderful.com

  85. Frost Trombone Choir

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    December 07 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Enjoy the masterful playing of student musicians from the Frost trombone studio, directed by Tim Conner. Great transcriptions and arrangements showcase the range and beauty of the trombone in myriad colors.

    Free admission

  86. Society of Composers, Inc.

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    December 07 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Shawn Crouch, student president

  87. Frost Symphonic Winds—Young at Heart

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    December 08 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Fabulous works by Maslanka, Grainger, Lo Presti and others abound as Frost Symphonic Winds grace the Gusman Hall stage for their semester-end concert. Robert Carnochan and doctoral guest conductors lead the top-flight concert band to new heights.

    Free admission

  88. Keith Petersen, multiple woodwinds

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    December 08 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Master’s Recital

  89. Faculty Artist Recital—Alexandra Naumenko, piano

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    January 22 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Alexandra Naumenko, piano will perform with special guest Kevin Short, bass baritone.

    Free admission.

  90. Frost Concert Jazz Band

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    January 28 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    John Daversa conducts the Frost Concert Jazz Band and kicks the New Year into high gear.

  91. All Stamps Distinguished Ensembles Concert

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    February 09 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Witness an amazing array of chamber music in both classic and modern styles, performed by all four of the stellar Stamps Distinguished Ensembles. Free admission.

  92. Frost Studio Jazz Band with Guitarist Lionel Loueke

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    February 12 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Stephen Guerra, director, invites guitarist Lionel Loueke to the stage for an exciting evening of big band music, also featuring student arrangers and composers.

  93. Frost Symphony Orchestra—Concerto Competition Winners Concert

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    February 14 – 4:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Enjoy student concerto competition finalists as they perform as soloists with the Frost Symphony Orchestra, an annual tradition.

  94. Life’s Compass—Frost Chamber Singers and Frost Chorale

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    February 15 – 7:30 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Join the Chamber Singers and the Frost Chorale in a concert investigating the joys and challenges that inform the human experience. Featuring works by composers such as Monteverdi, Stravinsky, Bernstein, and Eric Whitacre.

  95. Frost Concert Jazz Band

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    February 16 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    John Daversa, conductor, leads the Frost Concert Jazz Band in a thrilling program of new arrangements, amazing soloists, and energy galore.

  96. Frost Symphonic Winds

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    February 18 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    The gorgeous blend of wind, brass and percussion instruments is featured in grand style through dramatic works by top composers of today. Beautiful intonation, exceptional ensemble play, and youthful exuberance are characteristics of this fine symphonic concert band.

    Free admission

  97. Lewis Jones, saxophone

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    February 28 – 1:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Doctoral Recital

  98. Frost Wind Ensemble—Perspective

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    March 01 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Robert Carnochan leads the Frost Wind Ensemble on a musical journey that includes Selections from “The Dansereye” by Susata/Dunnigan, Schwantner’s “…and the mountains rising nowhere,” and Grantham’s J’ai été au bal. Guest conductor Christian Noon conducts Strauss’s Serenade, Op. 7, and Holst/Matthews Suite in E-flat.

  99. Frost Brass Ensemble

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    March 03 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Trumpets, horns, trombones, and tubas converge for an amazing brass ensemble concert you’ll never forget!
    Free admission

  100. Society of Composers, Inc.—Visiting Ensemble Concert

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    March 14 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Free admission

  101. Frost Studio Jazz Band—Plays the Music of Oliver Nelson

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    March 15 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Saxophonist and composer Oliver Nelson is best remembered for his jazz standards “Stolen Moments,” and “Milestones,” and his film scoring and arranging work on Alfie, Last Tango in Paris, and Zig Zag. Here, Frost Studio Jazz Band brings to life many of his big band arrangements and more.

  102. Frost Symphony Orchestra—Violinist Charles Castleman

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    March 19 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Thomas Sleeper conducts the Frost Symphony Orchestra in the Mussorgsky/Ravel edition of Pictures at an Exhibition, then invites violin faculty master artist Charles Castleman to the stage for Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto, one of the most difficult works for the instrument.

  103. The Stamps Jazz Quintet and the Frost Jazz Sextet

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    March 22 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Two fine ensembles from the Department of Studio Music and Jazz share the stage for a night of incredible music that showcases the future of jazz.
    Free admission

  104. Frost Woodwind Ensemble

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    March 23 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Experience the lush sounds and colors of the Frost Woodwind Ensemble as they present their annual spring concert featuring works by musical greats, past and present.
    Free admission

  105. Frost JV 1 and Extensions

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    March 24 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Two of the Frost School’s DownBeat Collegiate Award winning vocal jazz ensembles bring exciting new arrangements and thrilling harmonies to the stage in a superb springtime concert you won’t want to miss!

  106. Frost Cantilena and Maelstrom Choirs

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    March 29 – 7:30 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Frost Cantilena and Maelstrom Choirs
    Enjoy the women’s and men’s choirs of the Frost School of Music in a peaceful program filled with reverie and joy.
    Free admission

  107. Frost Horns and Friends

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    March 30 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Free admission

  108. Frost Vocal Ensembles JV1 and JV2

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    April 03 – 4:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Beloved jazz standards and more arranged by some of the greatest vocal jazz arrangers of our time will fill Gusman Hall during this season end concert shared by Frost Jazz Vocal Ensembles JV1 and JV2. New arrangements by Frost vocal jazz students will also be presented.

  109. CAM Fest—Contemporary Showcase

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    April 03 – 4:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Creative American Music students from the Frost School of Music present original songs in authentic styles, from pop, rock, hip-hop, and laptop! Five different performances to choose from…or attend them all!

    Free admission

    Next performance:
    Monday, April 4, 8:00 p.m.
    Tuesday, April 5, 8:00 p.m.
    Wednesday, April 6, 8:00 p.m.
    Thursday, April 7, 8:00 p.m.

  110. CAM Fest—Contemporary Showcase

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    April 04 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Creative American Music students from the Frost School of Music present original songs in authentic styles, from pop, rock, hip-hop, and laptop! Five different performances to choose from…or attend them all!

    Free admission

    Next performance:
    Tuesday, April 5, 8:00 p.m.
    Wednesday, April 6, 8:00 p.m.
    Thursday, April 7, 8:00 p.m.

  111. The Other Ensemble

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    April 04 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    The Other Ensemble showcase of landmark works from the 20th and 21st centuries, including works by distinguished composer in residence, Martiin Bresnick, and Frost School of Music students and faculty. Winning pieces from The Other Composition Competition, hosted by the Frost School of Music’s Department of Music Theory and Composition will also be performed. Free admission

  112. CAM Fest—Contemporary Showcase

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    April 05 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Creative American Music students from the Frost School of Music present original songs in authentic styles, from pop, rock, hip-hop, and laptop! Five different performances to choose from…or attend them all!

    Free admission

    Next performance:
    Wednesday, April 6, 8:00 p.m.
    Thursday, April 7, 8:00 p.m.

  113. Frost Percussion Group

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    April 05 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Percussionists from the Frost School of Music showcase their considerable musicianship in a season closer that will keep you on the edge of your seat! The stage will be filled with marimbas, vibes, chimes, timpani, drums of all sizes, shapes and sounds…and much, much more.
    Free admission

  114. CAM Fest—Contemporary Showcase

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    April 06 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Creative American Music students from the Frost School of Music present original songs in authentic styles, from pop, rock, hip-hop, and laptop! Five different performances to choose from…or attend them all!

    Free admission

    Next performance:
    Thursday, April 7, 8:00 p.m.

  115. University Band

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    April 06 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Enjoy the annual concert of the University Band, an open enrollment ensemble that draws its membership from all areas of the university. It meets once a week during the spring semester to perform classic concert band literature in an atmosphere of warm camaraderie.
    Free admission

  116. CAM Fest—Contemporary Showcase

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    April 07 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    Creative American Music students from the Frost School of Music present original songs in authentic styles, from pop, rock, hip-hop, and laptop! Five different performances to choose from…or attend them all!

    Free admission

  117. Frost Brass

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    April 07 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Frost Brass presents its season closer with a mix of traditional repertoire and new works, under the direction of Richard Todd.

  118. Frost Opera Theater—Mavra (Stravinsky) & Ainadamar (Golijov)

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    April 14 – 7:30 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Stravinsky’s 1922 neo-classical chamber opera Mavra, in the comic ‘buffa’ tradition of the 18th century, raises the curtain on another of Frost Opera Theater’s theatrically compelling evenings of two one-act operas. Sung in Russian with English subtitles. The second one act opera, the critically acclaimed Ainadamar (Fountain of Tears) by Argentinian composer Osvaldo Golijov, is an award winning work saturated in Spanish music with Arab and Jewish idioms, called…

  119. Frost Studio Jazz Band Celebrates Singer-Actress Paula Wayne

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    April 15 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall
    Paula Wayne will be in attendance as student singers and the HMI Big Band perform arrangements created uniquely for her from performances on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and others.

  120. Frost Opera Theater—Mavra (Stravinsky) & Ainadamar (Golijov)

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    April 16 – 7:30 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Stravinsky’s 1922 neo-classical chamber opera Mavra, in the comic ‘buffa’ tradition of the 18th century, raises the curtain on another of Frost Opera Theater’s theatrically compelling evenings of two one-act operas. Sung in Russian with English subtitles. The second one act opera, the critically acclaimed Ainadamar (Fountain of Tears) by Argentinian composer Osvaldo Golijov, is an award winning work saturated in Spanish music with Arab and Jewish idioms, called…

  121. Frost Opera Theater—Mavra (Stravinsky) & Ainadamar (Golijov)

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    April 17 – 3:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Stravinsky’s 1922 neo-classical chamber opera Mavra, in the comic ‘buffa’ tradition of the 18th century, raises the curtain on another of Frost Opera Theater’s theatrically compelling evenings of two one-act operas. Sung in Russian with English subtitles. The second one act opera, the critically acclaimed Ainadamar (Fountain of Tears) by Argentinian composer Osvaldo Golijov, is an award winning work saturated in Spanish music with Arab and Jewish idioms, called…

  122. Frost Wind Ensemble—Extremes

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    April 18 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Robert Carnochan conducts the Frost Wind Ensemble in a consortium premiere of a new work for solo cello and winds by visiting composer Carter Pann. In addition, Pann’s Symphony (My Brother’s Brain) will also be performed. Other scheduled works include Golijov’s Three Songs for Soprano, and Welcher’s Spumante. Guest conductor Timothy Shade also appears on this excellent season closer.

  123. Red, White and Bluegrass—Frost Chamber Singers

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    April 19 – 7:30 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Come on out to Gusman Hall for a good ol’ fashioned, barn-stormin’, bluegrass party! Chamber Singers will collaborate with a full bluegrass band to present Carl Barnett’s The World Beloved: a Bluegrass Mass, along with selections from the Symphonic Choir.

  124. Frost Symphony Orchestra—Grieg, Barber, Bartok, Brahms

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    April 20 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    The Frost Symphony Orchestra concludes its season with a fabulous program featuring Grieg’s Holberg Suite, Barber’s Adagio for Strings, Bartok’s Romanian Folk Dances, and Brahms’s Clarinet Sonata No. 1, Op. 120, orchestrated by conductor Thomas Sleeper and featuring faculty artist soloist Margaret Donaghue.

  125. Frost Saxophone Quartet

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    April 21 – 8:00 PM
    Weeks Center for Recording and Performance, Clarke Recital Hall

    The unique instrumentation of a saxophone quartet (soprano, alto, tenor, baritone) is showcased in this unique concert featuring students from the saxophone studio of renowned master teacher Dale Underwood.

    Free admission

  126. Frost Salsa Orchestra

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    April 21 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    The two-time Downbeat Collegiate Award winning Frost Salsa Orchestra under the direction of Alberto de la Reguera presents guest artists and new salsa arrangements that will thrill and excite.

  127. Frost Symphonic Winds

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    April 22 – 8:00 PM
    UM Gusman Concert Hall

    Robert Carnochan wraps up his first year as director of wind band activities at the Frost School of Music with a beautifully programmed concert that showcases the incredible musicality of each of its members and the impressive interplay of the full ensemble. Visit music.miami.edu/concerts for repertoire details.
    Free admission

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