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Miami Chamber Music Society presents Mainly Mozart Festival

Mainly Mozart Season Finale: The Divine Comedy

  • Mainly Mozart Season Finale: The Divine Comedy

  • Grace Fong

    Grace Fong

  • Marina Radiushina

    Marina Radiushina

  • Maria Aleida

    Maria Aleida

  • Adriana Pierce

    Adriana Pierce

  • Timothy A. Sharp

    Timothy A. Sharp

“The Miami Chamber Music Society has drawn the before-and-after line in the chamber music sand”
- Greg Stepanich, Palm Beach Arts Paper
“Future arts aficionados may point to the foundation of this group as a crucial event in the elevation of Miami into a world-class arts city”
- Greg Stepanich, Palm Beach Arts Paper
“The audience, filled almost to its 600-seat capacity, roared its approval”
- Greg Stepanich, Palm Beach Arts Paper
“The closing day of the 20th Mainly Mozart Festival, inaugurated a concert model that was technologically adept and cannily broad-minded about what a chamber music program should be all about”
- Greg Stepanich, Palm Beach Arts Paper

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  • Parental Guide: Ages 8+
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Monday, January 1

KNIGHT CONCERT HALL
“The Miami Chamber Music Society has drawn the before-and-after line in the chamber music sand”
- Palm Beach Arts

Program:
Mozart, Piano Sonata in C Major
Grieg, “Solveig’s Song”
Mozart, “Vorrei spiegarv, oh Dio” (Aria)
Mozart, “Aria of the Queen of the Night”
Liszt, Dante Symphony

Grace Fong and Marina Radiushina, pianos
Frank Cooper, narrator
Maria Aleida, soprano
Adriana Pierce, choreography
Dancers from Miami City Ballet
Miami Children's Chorus
Timothy A. Sharp,
Choir Director

A dazzling multimedia performance of music, literature, dance and film will take the audiences on an epic journey through the infinite torment of Hell, up the arduous slopes of Purgatory, and onto the glorious realm of Paradise!
 
Inspired by one of the greatest works of world literature – Dante’s The Divine Comedy – experience this daring and inspiring production of the monumental Dante Symphony by Franz Liszt! This unforgettable performance will feature the Festival’s artistic director Marina Radiushina and Grace Fong, a multiple competition winner, on piano, alongside soprano Maria Aleida, narrator Frank Cooper, Miami City Ballet dancers and the Miami’s Children Chorus. This performance is not to be missed!

Presented in partnership with the Adrienne Arsht Center.

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