Alhambra Orchestra joins with Miami Symphony Orchestra for free concert

Alhambra Orchestra is Miami’s community orchestra celebrating its 23rd season.

The Alhambra Orchestra, with concertmaster Daniel Andai conducting, presents its first classical concert of the season. The program opens with Debussy’s beloved Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun and concludes with Beethoven’s monumental Seventh Symphony.

In a double role, Dr. Andai as soloist joins three young artists from MISO’s Special Development Program, which he founded — Erin David, David Fernandez and Liuba Ohrimenko — to perform Vivaldi’s lively Concerto for Four Violins with the Alhambra Orchestra’s string section.

This concert represents the first collaboration of the two orchestras, both mainstays of our classical music scene. Alhambra Orchestra is Miami’s community orchestra, now celebrating its 23rd season of making great music accessible to all. The Miami Symphony Orchestra is the city’s premier professional symphony, entering its dynamic 24th season.

Bring the entire family to enjoy this extraordinary event, Sunday evening, Nov. 18, at 7 p.m., Ransom-Everglades School, 3575 Main Highway in Coconut Grove. Admission and parking are free, though donations are requested. Reservations are not required, but large groups should call in advance.

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