Miami Beach Classical Music Festival Returns

by Barbara

Up-and-coming musicians who completed an intensive eight-week program are set to dazzle audiences at the Miami Beach Classical Music Festival (MMF) with a diverse array of performances, operas, and live concerts.

The program, designed to hone the skills of aspiring classical performers through mentorship and live performance opportunities, will showcase top talent in a series of free public concerts, according to Michael Rossi, founder and artistic director of the festival.

Scheduled to continue until Sunday, July 28, this year’s MMF program features a rich lineup including Richard Wagner’s Die Walküre (Act 3), Space Symphony, Jake Heggie’s Dead Man Walking, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s The Magic Flute, an Independence Day concert, as well as chamber music and symphony performances.

The festival’s events encompass full opera productions, symphonic concerts, student and faculty recitals, chamber music, Zarzuela, musical theater performances, and master classes, promising a vibrant celebration of classical music and education.

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