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Beethoven on the Beach-Orchestra Miami’s most popular annual event- returns!  This year’s program includes one of the world’s most recognizable classical music hits, the Overture to The Barber of Seville by Rossini, German Dances by Beethoven, Haydn’s classic Concerto for Trumpet in E Flat Major & Beethoven’s Symphony N. 1 in C Major, Op. 21. Our soloist is Miami native & lead trumpet for the world-renowned Dallas Brass ensemble Brain Neal, & the 42 musicians of Orchestra Miami will be led by Artistic Director Elaine Rinaldi. Saturday, Mar 4, 8 PM at the North Beach Bandshell (7275 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, 33141), Sunday, Mar. 5, 8 PM at Pinecrest Gardens (11000 SW 57 Avenue, Pinecrest, 33156) & Sunday, March 12, 6 PM at Heritage Park (19200 Collins Avenue).  These are free concerts, with a $10 per person suggested donation- all welcome and no one will be turned away. Complete information about parking & seating available at www.OrchestraMiami.org.

Itzhak Perlman with Rohan De Silva performance underwritten by Gary Wendt

No violinist more beautifully captures and conveys the joy of music than Itzhak Perlman, the undeniable reigning virtuoso of violin. In this extraordinary recital, he is joined by acclaimed pianist Rohan De Silva in a program celebrating the classical tradition featuring Perlman’s insightful and modern mastery of the violin and De Silva’s ingeniously fluid accompaniment.

“Perlman’s great gift is to deliver timeless music to his audiences with uncomplicated affection, directness and humanity.” –The Washington Post

 

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2016-2017 Chameleon's 15th Anniversary Season

Five Chamber Music Concerts

Sundays at 3 pm

Josephine S. Leiser Center

221 S.W. 3rd Avenue

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

Valet parking for a small fee – Champagne reception after each concert

 

Chameleon Musicians Make Chamber Music Magic

Exciting and diverse repertoire played by world class musicians in a relaxed atmosphere

 

“No! Chameleon Musicians don’t change their colors in the middle of performance. Nor do they switch their attire in keeping with what they are playing. They don’t even stick out long gummy tongues to assist in turning the pages of the music. What they actually do, is play with brilliance, energy, accurate intonation and fine ensemble.

The group, which has been performing for thirteen years, changes its personnel in accordance with the requirements of the music. This can vary considerably within a program, and takes place in one of the best possible locations for chamber music—the Josephine Leiser Center in downtown Fort Lauderdale. No stage, no formal concert hall, just a sunny (this is Florida you know), intimate room around which are grouped chairs within mere feet of the players.” (American Record Guide, Alan Becker)

 

 

  1. October 30, 2016 - Cello/Piano Recital: Cellist Iris van Eck and pianist Kemal Gekic will play works by Beethoven, Amy Beach, Turkish composer Ahmed Saygun and Camillo Schumann
  2. December 4, 2016 - The Chameleon String Trio: Violinist Misha Vitenson, violist Michael Klotz and cellist Iris van Eck play string trios by Mozart and Villa-Lobos
  3. January 29, 2017- Clarinet and Strings: World Renowned clarinettist Julian Milkis joins Chameleon for an eclectic concert, including Haydn, Hummel, Stamitz and a world premiere by Sergey Shor
  4. March 12, 2017 - Amernet + One: Our own Amernet Quartet and cellist Iris van Eck will perform works by Onslow and Amy Beach
  5. April 30, 2017 Beethoven and the “Beach” Violinist Marcia Littley, pianist Kemal Gekic and cellist Iris van Eck will play Amy Beach‘s piano trio and Beethoven’s triple Concerto

 

How time flies! Chameleon will be celebrating its 15th anniversary and we have planned an exciting season to match the occasion. We will also be celebrating composer Amy Beach’s 150 birth year (born in 1867), therefore we have sprinkled her works throughout the season. Gail Smith, an Amy Beach expert, will be lecturing in some of the concerts . In January we will present the world premiere of “Three Waltzes” by Alexey Shor, featuring Julian Milkis on clarinet.

 

Give us a call to order your tickets or season subscriptions at 954-761- 3435

Single tickets are $40:00, Student tickets $15 and season subscriptions are $160 (you save $40 with this option)

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