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Miami Symphony Orchestra: 50 Years of the Beatles' Arrival in Miami

  • Miami Symphony Orchestra: 50 Years of the Beatles' Arrival in Miami
  • Miami Symphony Orchestra: 50 Years of the Beatles' Arrival in Miami
  • Miami Symphony Orchestra: 50 Years of the Beatles' Arrival in Miami
  • Miami Symphony Orchestra: 50 Years of the Beatles' Arrival in Miami
  • Miami Symphony Orchestra: 50 Years of the Beatles' Arrival in Miami
  • Miami Symphony Orchestra: 50 Years of the Beatles' Arrival in Miami
  • Miami Symphony Orchestra: 50 Years of the Beatles' Arrival in Miami

  • Eduardo Marturet

    Eduardo Marturet

    Conductor

  • Run Time: Approx. 90 minutes
  • Intermissions: None
  • Parental Guide: All Ages
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Monday, January 1

KNIGHT CONCERT HALL

50 Years of the Beatles' Arrival in Miami
The Miami Symphony Orchestra

Samuel Hyken
The Beatles Guide to the Orchestra
MISO 2011 commission
Juan Pablo Galavis – Narrator
 
Peter Breiner
Beatles Go Baroque
Concerto Grosso Nº2 in the style of Vivaldi
South Florida premiere
A Hard Day's Night - Girl - And I Love Her - Paperback Writer - Help
Daniel Andai – Violin
 
Florencia Di Concilio
on Golden Slumbers
world premiere MISO 2014 commission
Ciro Fodere – Piano
 
Alejandro Campos
on Imagine
on Let it Be
world premiere MISO 2014 commission
Ruben Studdard – Vocalist
 
Eduardo Marturet
VARIATIONS on With a Little Help from my Friends
world premiere MISO 2014 commission
Haven Star – Vocalist
The David Anderson Ensemble
 
 
Fernando Duprat – Executive Producer
Eduardo Marturet – Conductor

It has been 50 years since the Beatles arrived at Miami International Airport to make their first American television appearance on the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City, and music would never be the same again. This historic broadcast will be commemorated live on stage in the John S. and James L. Knight Concert Hall, with original works by Maestro Marturet, Composer-in-Residence Sam Hyken, and "with a little help from our friends," vocalist Ruben Studdard and celebrity bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis. Introducing Make Your Own Peace, celebrate this significant moment in South Florida with some of the most influential rock and symphonic music of all time.

Presented in partnership with

  • World Peace One Foundation

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