The Miami Music Festival is held at Barry University, a historic campus located in Miami Shores, just north of downtown Miami. Barry University is home to the Shepard & Ruth K. Broad Performing Arts Center, a 980-seat mid-century modern proscenium theater, where large-scale MMF performances are held. Students will also have access to numerous private practice rooms, recital halls, and performance opportunities in Barry's Andy Gato Gallery, Pelican Theater, and the Cor Jesu Chapel.
From the North:
I-95 South to NW 125 Street, exit 10A. Turn left (east) at the light onto NW 125 Street. Turn right (south) onto N. Miami Avenue. The Landon Student Union is on the right (west side) of N. Miami Avenue between NE 115 and NE 111 Streets. Visitor parking is located to the south of the building.
From the South:
I-95 North to NW 103rd Street, exit 8b. At the light, turn right (east) onto NW 103rd Street. Turn left (north) onto N. Miami Avenue. Main entrance is on the left (west side) of N. Miami Avenue between NE 111 and NE 115 Streets. Visitor parking is located to the south of the building.
Parking is free and available at the Garner lot, entrance on NW 115 Street between North Miami Avenue and NE 2nd Avenue.
The Broad Theater and Gato Gallery
are located at:
11300 NE Miami Avenue, Miami Shores, Florida.
Entrance on NW 115 Street between North Miami Avenue and NE 2nd Avenue.
The Broad Theater is located just South of the parking lot, across from the Garner building.
The Gato Gallery is located on the second floor of Thompson Hall, just south of the Broad Theater and Cor Jesu Chapel, at the end of the circle on the left hand side.
Weber Hall: Use the Barry University campus South entrance on NE 111 St. Notify security you are here for the Miami Music Festival concert. Make a right after guardhouse, parking is available in the lot parallel to NE 111th St.; Weber Hall is the second building on your left, with the entrance also facing NE 111th St.
New World Center
The New World Center is located one block north of Lincoln Road on South Beach and is home to the New World Symphony, a leading cultural institution. This critically acclaimed theater designed by legendary architect Frank Gehry in 2011 utilizes cutting-edge technology, stunning acoustics, and generates audiences from around the world. The New World Center brings many of the leading classical soloists, composers, and conductors of this era to Miami.
The Betsy–South Beach
MMF hosts several salon events and performances throughout the year with a sponsored concert series during the summer at the prestigious Betsy- South Beach. One of the finest and most luxurious boutique hotels on the beach, The Betsy is a dedicated sponsor to the Festival. Intimate vocal, piano and chamber concerts are held in the lobby bar and exclusive B Bar. For directions and information, visit The Betsy's website.
Miami Music Festival Sponsors: