Jeff Beal Brings TV to Life in Exciting Opening Night Concert of Frost Music Live

Jeff Beal Brings TV to Life in Exciting Opening Night Concert of Frost Music Live

Five-time Emmy Award winning composer Jeff Beal conducting the Frost School's Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra. Shown on screen in background actor William Hurt, star of movie “Battleground.”
By UM News

Five-time Emmy Award winning composer Jeff Beal conducting the Frost School's Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra. Shown on screen in background actor William Hurt, star of movie “Battleground.”

Jeff Beal Brings TV to Life in Exciting Opening Night Concert of Frost Music Live

By UM News
Five-time Emmy winner, Jeff Beal, conducts the Frost School's Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra in a live-to-screen concert for opening night of Frost Music Live.

South Florida music lovers, students, faculty, and Frost School of Music supporters alike walked the red carpet at UM Gusman Hall, Friday, September 7th, to witness five-time Emmy winner Jeff Beal conduct the Frost School's Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra to a packed house in a thrilling stage to screen world premiere performance of Beal’s score to “Battleground” from Stephen Kings’ short stories “Nightmares and Dreamscapes.” Frost Music Live continues through April with over 100 concerts featuring the Signature Series with some very special guest artists from the pop, jazz, Latin, country and classical worlds. For more information and tickets, please visit www.frostmusiclive.com.

Frost Students at Jeff Beal Opening Night Concert

Walking the red carpet prior to the show is Frost School of Music Jazz Vocal Students and Professor Kate Reid.