Keeping the Music Playing (Virtually), until the Curtain Rises Again

During this time of uncertainty, music is necessary to soothe the soul, inspire and bring joy to the heart. Music brings us together, even when we need to be far apart. In that spirit, the Frost School of Music is keeping the music playing in a variety of ways until the curtain rises again.
Keeping the Music Playing (Virtually), until the Curtain Rises Again

The Frost School of Music at the University of Miami has partnered with the City of Coral Gables for a live virtual six-week concert series, direct from the living room of faculty, students and alumni.  Live at City Beautiful premieres April 1 and continues every Monday and Wednesday evening from 6:00-6:15 pm on the live feature of the City’s Instagram channel, @cityofcoralgables. This new series is in addition to Friday Nights @ Frost announced last week and #FrostiesPerformForU a continuously growing channel of performances posted by the Frost School of Music, committed to keeping the music alive!  

A complete schedule of all music being presented by Frost and how to access them follows:

Live at Home in the City of Beautiful

  • Where: Live on the City of Coral Gables Instagram page - @cityofcoralgables
  • When: Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6:00-6:15 pm
  • Handles: @cityofcoralgables, @FrostSchoolUM
  • Hashtags: #LiveatHome #CityBeautiful #FrostiesPerformForU
  • Upcoming Schedule:
    • April 1 – Jody Levitz and Bettina Mussumeli
    • April 6 – Kid’s Concert/Telemann’s “Gulliver Suite” performed by Scott Flavin and Margaret Donaghue
    • April 8 – “Hot Fiddle” performed by Dan Strange and Ashley Liberty
    • April 13 – “The Jazz Side of Broadway” performed by Shelly Berg
    • April 15 – “New Songs” performed by Raina Murnak and John Redmond
    • April 20 – “Bang on a Bassoon” performed by Gabriel Beavers
    • April 22 – “Lecuona Favorites” performed by Sandra Lopez Neill
    • April 27 – “Bach Cello Suite” performed by Ross Harbaugh
    • April 29 – Award-Winning Classical Pianist, Lindsay Garritson,
    • May 4 –“Songwriting star of tomorrow” performed by Nanseera Wolff
    • May 6 – “Contemporary Piano Classics” performed by Jacob Mason
    • May 11 –Award-winning jazz pianist and musicologist, David Ake

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Friday Nights @Frost

A concert series featuring live streams of Frost Music Live concerts from this past season began Friday, March 27 at 7:30 PM EST. They can be accessed via links below. Please note: These concerts are rebroadcasts of concerts previously live streamed at time of original performance.   

The line-up is as follows: 

  • April 3- Frost Chorale “Chiaroscuro” - originally performed October 25, 2019. Bookmark the page here.
  • April 10- Frost Symphony “A Hero’s Life” - originally performed February 6, 2020. Bookmark the page here.
  • April 17- Frost Studio Jazz Band “The Music of Duke Ellington - originally performed February 13, 2020. Bookmark the page here. 
  • April 24- Frost Wind Ensemble “Memories” - originally performed March 1, 2020. Bookmark the page here.
  • May 1- Frost Opera Theater “L’enfant et les sortilèges” - originally performed November 20, 2019. Bookmark the page here.   

Digital Performances

A work in process. We’re excited to present and host on our social media channels, live stream performances by some of our alumni, students, and faculty. 


Frosties Perform for U
To keep the music going, Frost School of Music students, alumni and faculty are sharing performances from their living rooms, kitchens, home studios and more. From beautiful melodic duets, instrumental performances, opera, jazz, pop to Frost School’s Prep program continuing to teach children from their own homes. Our very own Frost School of Music Distinguished Alum Raul Midón (@RaulMidon) will also be sharing his beautiful music on our sites and his.

Search: #FrostiesPerformForU on the Frost School of Music’s Instagram and Facebook channels.
Our YouTube Channel compilation can be found here
Performances are being uploaded constantly, so keep checking in.

This article was updated on April 21, 2020.