Miami Music Festival (MFF), an intensive training program for the next generation of classical musicians to work with mentors and gain performing experience, announces the lineup for the 2017 season from June 6 through July 30, 2017 at various venues in Miami. In its fourth season, MMF will host young artists from around the world selected from top conservatories and universities. MMF receives nearly 1,500 international applicants each season with only a small portion selected for participation through a rigorous audition process.
New additions to the Miami Music Festival this season include an Independence Day Celebration with the MMF Symphony Orchestra, featuring popular and patriotic symphonic favorites; a residency with composer Jake Heggie and the South Florida premiere of his groundbreaking opera Dead Man Walking; and the highly anticipated return of the MMF Wagner Institute, which will bring MMF to the stage of the incomparable Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County for the first time.
The Festival will present over 70 public events this summer including the MMF Wagner Institute, four full opera productions, four symphonic concerts, five piano performances by guest artists, numerous piano recitals and chamber music performances by MMF participants, Opera Aria Nights, special performances of Zarzuela and musical theater, and more than 30 masterclasses.
Browse the new season and purchase tickets here from June 6th-July 31st.