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New World Symphony (orchestra)

New World Symphony
500 17th Street
Miami Beach, Florida
United States
Type Full-time orchestral academy
Established 1987
Artistic director Michael Tilson Thomas

The New World Symphony is an American orchestral academy based in

  • New World Symphony website
  • New World Symphony by Frank Gehry Photographs

External links

  1. ^ John Rockwell (1989-12-17). "Reviews/Music; New World Symphony, A Youthful Conduit". New York Times. Retrieved 2015-09-19. 
  2. ^ Anthony Tommasini (2011-01-27). "A Voyage of Discovery As a New Hall Sets Sail". New York Times. Retrieved 2015-09-19. 
  3. ^ Allan Kozinn (1998-02-07). "Music Review: Celebration and a Sampling". New York Times. Retrieved 2015-09-19. 
  4. ^ a b Daniel J Wakin (2007-02-18). "The Face-the-Music Academy". New York Times. Retrieved 2015-09-19. 
  5. ^ Nicolai Ouroussoff (2011-01-23). "Gehry Design Plays Fanfare for the Common Man". New York Times. Retrieved 2015-09-19. 
  6. ^ League of American Orchestras: "ASCAP 'Adventurous Programming' Awards Presented at League of American Orchestras Conference in Minneapolis", accessed August 16, 2011


On June 29, 2011, the New World Symphony Orchestra received the first place award for "Adventurous Programming" (group 2 orchestras) from ASCAP for its strong commitment to new American music.[6]

The New World Symphony presents a season of concerts from September to May at the 756-seat concert hall of the New World Center.[5] Performances include full-orchestra concerts, a chamber music series, a new music series, percussion consort series, small ensemble concerts, a family series, and special festivals and recitals.

The New World Symphony offers three-year fellowships, where the programme offers a wide range of performance and educational opportunities in both domestic and international venues. The program offers opportunities for fellows to design and present their own concerts, which often feature seldom-heard works for unusual instrumentation. The training also includes mock auditions, financial management, donor and media relations, as well as opportunities for teaching in local schools.[4]

[4] In 1987,

Members of the New World Symphony playing the Dvorak Cello Concerto, with soloist Johannes Moser as seen during a 2011 live outside "wallcast" at the New World Center

[2].New World Center Since 2011, the New World Symphony has its headquarters in the [1]

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