Beethoven Society All-Beethoven Free Concert 609 609 609 6/9/09

“609… 6/09… 6:09…”
During an All-Beethoven Free Concert on Brickell/Miami
609 BRICKELL, on 6/09, at 6:09 p.m., 2009
The Opening Concert for the “Second Annual Classical Virtuosi Festival of Miami”
Artistic Director, Prof. Thomas Moore
New World School of the Arts
Like 5th Avenue in New York City or Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles, Brickell Avenue in Miami has quickly become synonymous with world-class elegance as has the music of Ludwig van Beethoven. The Beethoven Society of Miami-Dade, a not for profit organization, presents as the Opening Concert for the “Second Annual Classical Virtuosi Festival of Miami” the Third Annual “609… 6/09… 6:09… it’s Beethoven’s time to shine”.

The All-Beethoven on Brickell classical music concert, free and open to the public, features young artists accompanied by the “Classical Virtuosi Festival of Miami” full orchestra conducted by Maestro Alfred Gershfeld. The concert will take place in the First Presbyterian Church of Miami at 609 Brickell Avenue, on Tuesday, June 9th, at 6:09 p.m.

Artistic Director Professor Thomas Moore designed this All-Beethoven Concert specifically for the businesses and neighborhoods in the Brickell area, but it is open to the whole city of Miami.
The concert is co-sponsored by the Beethoven Society of Miami-Dade, the New World School of the Arts, Thomas Moore Violins, Inc., the First Presbyterian Church of Miami, the Brickell Area Association, the Brickell Homeowners Association, and the Brickell community as a whole. Saluting the arrival of the “PUBLIX/Mary Brickell Village”, Mr. Ken Martin, a well know classical music radio-personality will act as the Master of Ceremony. Thanks to the BEETHOVEN Society the concert will be video recorded for a later public television production.
The Concert will pay a Loving Memory Tribute honoring Maestro Reginald Nicholson (1946-2009) who, as the Artistic Director of the Alhambra Orchestra, was responsible for the success of the first two 609… 6/09… 6:09… concerts.
Opening at 6:09 p.m., Mr. David Brodie, church master organist, will play Beethoven selections.

“This is Beethoven’s time to shine and a wonderful place for those who live and work in and around Brickell Avenue to meet and mingle while listening to beautiful music,” says Gustavo Alfredo “Gus” Noguera, Founder & Executive Director of the Beethoven Society of Miami-Dade. “In past years, the concert had its biggest audience – almost 800 people filled the church. We hope for the same turnout this year,” states Noguera.
The program prepared by Prof. Thomas Moore is as follows:
Beethoven Romance in F major for Violin and Orchestra
Luis Fernandez, Violin Soloist
Beethoven Romance in G major for Violin and Orchestra
Gregory Durosel, Violin Soloist
Beethoven Concerto for Violin and Orchestra
Monty Bloom, Violin Soloist for the first movement;
Rachel Ostler, Violin Soloist for the second and third movements.
The Concert will conclude with
Beethoven’s Symphony # 1, Final Movement
Any Brickell business or condominium association wishing to participate in sponsorship of this event or wishing to reserve a block of seats for the concert should contact:
Mr. Gus Noguera, Beethoven Society
305-244-7722 or