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News World Symphony
12:15 pm
Fri April 25, 2014

Tech And Classical Collide Harmoniously In Miami Beach

New World Symphony's real-time Wallcast has 167 speakers in the park.
Rui Dias-Aidos

From April 26 to 28, the New World Symphony in Miami Beach is looking hard at the way technology is changing music, and how the group itself is part of that equation. NWS is hosting the annual Network Performing Arts Production Workshop, which connects people from the arts, technology and education. 

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Arts
7:32 am
Tue November 12, 2013

Yoga And Cycle Nights At New World Symphony Orchestra

Relax. Just do it. 

In our anxiety-ridden society, finding ways to unwind should be a snap -- not another thing to stress out over. Some find solace with yoga and meditation, a beer at the bar with friends, while others listen to classical music for a mental vacation away from life's stressors.

While relaxation techniques varies from individuals, one thing is certain: Clearing the mind benefits our overall well-being.

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Arts Season
6:00 am
Fri October 11, 2013

Symphonies To Sopranos: What To See, Hear In Classical Music

American Violinist Joshua Bell performs in both Miami and West Palm in March.
Credit Courtesy of the Adrienne Arsht Center

Between South Florida’s companies and performing arts centers, the classical music calendar can fill up fast.

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Community Contributor
8:39 am
Fri April 26, 2013

Miami Must Move Toward More Open Spaces As The Metro Area Grows

A New World Symphony "wallcast" concert.
Credit Rui Dias-Aidos

I spent a recent night watching a performance of the New World Symphony being broadcast on a wall at the New World Center. As the symphony performed inside, the video played simultaneously on a soaring, 7,000-square-foot projection wall on the building’s façade. It was a dazzling night, with hundreds of people speaking multiple languages gathered on blankets and chairs, toting picnic baskets, children and pets.

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This Is Miami
9:00 am
Wed April 3, 2013

Miami, Our Way: An Open Letter From WLRN To The New York Times

Credit Cristian P Cardenas Flickr

Dear New York Times,

Hello! It’s Miami! We wanted to write and let you know that we’re a real place. You’ve seen us before. We’re the ones that had that land boom in the 1920s.

We’re writing to you from the offices of WLRN, because we care. We love the Gray Lady. We wouldn’t dare see her honor besmirched because of us, Miami.

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South Florida Arts Beat
1:00 pm
Fri March 22, 2013

Miami Jazz Coop, Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida and the New World Symphony

http://miamijazz.org

03/22/13 - Next time on a fundraising edition of South Florida Arts Beat, Founder Rick Katz talks about the not-for-profit, Miami Jazz Cooperative, and its concert series in Coral Gables. Judith Bishop speaks with Artistic Director and Conductor, Gordon Roberts, about the Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida’s upcoming concerts.

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