The Piano Festival takes over the Colony Theater in Miami Beach Presenting the Debut of Astonishing Pianists, Prodigies, Masters and the interactive “Music & Painting”
Miami, FL – Miami, FL. The Miami International Piano Festival offers six unique and inspiring performances including a premiere event of “Music & Painting” which will feature a celebrated artist inspired by music, painting live before the audience.
Don’t miss our special offer available on Saturday and Sunday, when you purchase any $50 seat you will receive the other concert on the same day for FREE! You will get to enjoy two fantastic performances for the price of one concert on the same day.
This special offer is only available for purchase at the Colony Theatre Box Office or by calling 305-935-5115 today! Use code: TWOFOR to receive this special offer now. (Limited seating available)
Nikolay Khozyainov (Russia) – Thursday, May 16, 2013 at 7:45 PM
Sonatas & Songs
A phenomenal 21 year old pianist, first prize winner of the 2012 Dublin International Piano Competition and the youngest finalist of the XVI International Chopin Piano Competition makes his South Florida debut immediately following his debut at Carnegie Hall with a captivating program that includes Sonatas by Beethoven, Prokofieff, & Liszt & the Barcarolle and Bereceuse by Chopin. Program includes a multi-media presentation by “Lecturer in Residence” Professor Frank Cooper.
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Wolfram Schmitt – Leonardy (Germany) – Friday, May 17, 2013 at 7:45 PM
Preludes & Variations
Praised for his interpretive sophistication, depth and originality, and, his dazzling intellectual power, Schmitt-Leonardy presents Chopin’s 24 Preludes Opus 29 and Mendelssohn’s Variations Sérieuses. Rounding out the program are Kabalevsky Preludes and Prokofieff, Sonata No. 3, Op. 28. Adding to the Festival experience will be a multimedia presentation by “Lecturer in Residence” Professor Frank Cooper.
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Prodigies & Masters of Tomorrow: Three Astonishing Prodigies – Saturday, May 18, 2013 at 3:00PM
Simon Porter (Violin), Oliver Aldort (Cello) & Rachel Cheung (Piano)
Beloved Chamber Jewels
Three astonishing young artists get together to share their insights through a varied and delightful program. Each one of these Prodigies was presented at the Festival when they were barely in their teens. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to witness their transformation into mature and great artists. Their program will include Mozart Violin Sonata in B-flat major, K.454, Brahms E-minor Cello Sonata and the virtuosic Mendelssohn’s D-minor Piano Trio.
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Joseph Moog (Germany) – Saturday, May 18, 2013 at 7:45 PM
A Sheer Variety of Spectacular Works
A combination of flawless virtuosic technique, an individual approach to programming single out Joseph Moog, at the age of 25, as one of the most exciting young pianists today. Joseph Moog knows instinctively that making music is a life, not a career. Moog has selected several beautiful arrangements of Haydn, Mozart, Wagner (Encountering the Black Swan), Debussy, &Verdi for his first ever Florida solo recital. Rounding out the program will be a multimedia presentation by Festival “Lecturer in Residence” Professor Frank Cooper.
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The exciting Discovery Series of the festival concludes on Sunday, May 19, 2013 with TWO unique performances:
Kemal Gekic (Croatia) – Sunday, May 19, 2013 at 3:00 PM
A Journey From Poland to Russia
Kemal Gekic’s artistic credo encompasses both a knowledge of all the facts essential to reconstructing the musical idea behind the works he plays and the power to bring it alive for today’s audiences. Performing worldwide from a vast repertoire, Kemal Gekic will presents a fascinating program of uncompromising and individual interpretations of the music of Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Mussorgsky and Balakirev. View May 19th Journey From Poland to Russia Complete Program Info >>
An Evening of Music & Painting: Misha Dacic (Pianist) & Vladimir Markovic (Painter) – Sunday, May 19, 2013 at 7:45 PM
The Enigma of Creativity
Join us for an exquisite world premiere for one show only of an interactive evening of music and live painting.
This performance echoes the grand traditions of the Romantic Period where pianists were inspired by the painting of great masters – except that this evening, the music of great masters will inspire the art. A pianist of extraordinary power, Misha Dacic, will inspire the renowned muralist, Vladimir Markovic to produce a painting – live on stage, as Dacic performs the mystical music of Scriabin and Mompou’s most beautiful, elusive, simple and mystical music of Evaporation.
To round out the Festival experience, Frank Cooper, Musicology Research Professor at University of Miami’s Frost School of Music, has been named “Lecturer in Residence” and will be on hand to provide a dynamic intellectual perspective on the artists’ choice of repertoire.
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Individual tickets start at $15 with $30 and $50 seats available.
Students under 22 receive a 50% discount.
Tickets Available through Ticket Master:
By Phone: 1.800.745.3000
Or at the COLONY THEATRE BOX OFFICE
1040 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, FL 33139
Ticket info: 305.674.1040 x1
PREMIER PACKAGE: $150 for all (6) concerts Premium Seating
(No ticket fees if purchased at the box office)