Wednesday, January 26, 2011
New World Center
500 17th Street
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Tickets for performances and events may be obtained by calling the New World Symphony at 305-428-6748.
9 â€“ 11 AM Architecture Symposium
SunTrust Pavilion, New World Center
9 AM Introduction by Liz Plater Zyberk, Dean, University of Miami School of Architecture
9:10 AM Conversation with Neisen Kasden and Frank Gehry
10 AM Roundtable:
â€ Aaron Betsky, Director, Cincinnati Art Museum
â€ Richard Florida, author
â€ Adriaan Geuze, Principal, West8
â€ Reed Kroloff, Director, Cranbrook Academy of Art and Art Museum
â€ Marilyn Taylor, Dean, University of Pennsylvania School of Design; Partner, Skidmore Owings & Merrill
Tickets: Free, for additional information call the box office 305-428-6748.
7:30 PM The Opening Concert
New World Center opens with performances of Wagner’s Overture to The Flying Dutchman, which foreshadows a dramatic adventure parallel to that of the new campus with sweeping waves and brooding lyricism, and the world premiere of Polaris: Voyage for Orchestra by composer Thomas AdÃ¨s, featuring a film by filmmaker and artist Tal Rosner. The celebration continues with Copland’s Third Symphony. Conjuring vast landscapes and soaring spirits, the quintessential American sound comes to life with the Symphony’s folk-inspired melodies and quote of the famous Fanfare for the Common Man.
New World Symphony
Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor
â€ RICHARD WAGNER: Overture to The Flying Dutchman (1843)
â€ THOMAS ADÃˆS: Polaris: Voyage for Orchestra (2010; world premiere), with film by Tal Rosner (2010; world premiere)
â€ AARON COPLAND: Symphony No. 3 (1956)
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