As part of his series entitled “Symphonies and Concertos without Orchestra (a Covid Compromise),” Daniel Glover will be playing Beethoven’s 3rd Piano Concerto with Beach’s Cadenza this Friday, Dec. 18 at 7pm. The YouTube link for viewing the concert is https://youtu.be/w-WEHzbB40M, and the concert recording will remain available.
As part of their program entitled “She’s the First: Music to Celebrate the 19th Amendment’s Centennial,” the Boston Landmarks Orchestra together with soprano Brianna J. Robinson performed the world premiere of Amy Beach’s “The Year’s at the Spring” and “Ah, Love, but a day!” arranged for soprano, piano and string orchestra!
“The Bird Known Best by Composer Amy Beach” – an article about Amy Beach during one of her many residencies at the MacDowell Colony and her encounter with the Hermit Thrush that inspired her two solo piano works based on its birdsong!
Concerto pianist, Asiya Korepanova, will be joined by Orchestra Miami under the direction of Elaine Rinaldi to present their program entitled “Miami Mujeres,” which is in honor of the 100th Anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment giving Women the right to vote! The concert will also include works by three other note-worthy women composers – Tania León, Amy Beach, Florence Price and Ellen Taaffe Zwilich.
The concert takes place at 8:00 PM on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020, at First Miami Presbyterian Church, located at 609 Brickell Avenue, Miami, FL 33131. VIP tickets, which include the post-concert reception and a reserved seat, are $60 per person. General admission seating for the concert only is priced from $5 to $40. Limited free parking is available at the church parking lot; spillover parking is available at the Bank of America parking garage adjacent to the church. Tickets and complete information can be found at www.orchestramiami.org or by calling (305) 274-2103.