Back By Popular Demand: Friday Nights @ Frost!

Back By Popular Demand: Friday Nights @ Frost!

By UM News

Back By Popular Demand: Friday Nights @ Frost!

By UM News
Frost Music Live concert rebroadcasts on YouTube keeps the music playing through end of August
The Frost School of Music at the University of Miami is pleased to announce due to popular demand, FRIDAY NIGHTS @ FROST, a virtual concert series which began March 27 featuring live streams of Frost Music Live concerts from this past season has been extended beginning July 10 through
August 21, 2020. This continues Frost’s commitment to keeping the music alive for the community during these unprecedented times. A complete schedule and how to access them follows:


A virtual concert series on YouTube featuring rebroadcasts of Frost Music Live concert livestreams from this past season. Concerts start at 7:30 PM EST every Friday through August 21, 2020. Set reminders via links below.

July 10 @7:30 p.m. EDT.


Originally performed on September 28, 2019.

Enjoy a multi-genre concert that benefited the victims of Hurricane Dorian.

Da Jin Kim, piano
Stamps String Quartet
Stamps Brass Quintet
Jodi Levitz and Bettina Mussumeli duo
Valerie Coleman with Margaret Donaghue, Robert Weiner, and Gabriel Beavers

Booker Little Ensemble
Vocal-centric Group
Frost Jazz Sextet
Dafnis Prieto Artist Ensemble with Gonzalo Rubalcaba
Nicole Yarling Group
Freshmen Songwriters
Latin Ensemble
Country Ensemble
Band of the Hour

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July 17 @7:30 p.m. EDT.


Originally performed on April 12, 2018.

Mounted in collaboration with the Frost Symphony Orchestra, this Frost Opera production offers a rare opportunity to enjoy a performance of Jules Massenet’s imaginative operatic setting of the Cinderella story, based on the 1697 French version of the fairy tale by Charles Perrault. Performed in French with English supertitles.

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July 24 @7:30 p.m. EDT


Originally performed on December 2, 2019.

The annual holiday concert features selections representing Christmas traditions from around the world.

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July 31 @7:30 p.m. EDT


Originally performed on February 1, 2020.

Robert M. Carnochan and Steven D. Davis, conductors
Tina DiMeglio, graduate conductor
Jennifer Grim, flute
As a part of the Frost Honor Band Weekend, the Frost Wind Ensemble plays a concert featuring guest conductor Steven D. Davis, from University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory. The program features works by David Maslanka, Percy Grainger as well as Ottorino Respighi’s epic symphonic poem Pines of Rome.

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August 7 @7:30 p.m. EDT


Originally performed on October 17, 2018.

Christine Jobson, soprano
Jenny Snyder, piano
Sarah Ruff, piano

This recital features the art song compositions of an underperformed and underrepresented group within the realm of classical music: African Americans. African American art songs, as do all art songs, tell a story attached to a melody using traditional classical music compositional techniques. The African American art song is unique in that it represents a fusion of African, American, and European influence. This program is a wonderful introduction to male and female African American composers and the various poets who wrote the texts. Each group of songs in the program represents different aspects of humanity: love, dreams, hope, death, and beauty. The last two songs are Negro spirituals: songs that were birthed from the horrors of slavery imposed upon Africans in America and in this program, arranged for piano and voice.

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August 14 @7:30 p.m. EDT


Originally performed on February 25, 2020.

Shawn Crouch, director
Ensemble Ibis performs the music of MacArthur Fellow composer, musicologist, and trombonist George Lewis, the 2020 Frost Distinguished Composer-in-Residence as well as other contemporary works.

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August 21 @7:30 p.m. EDT


Originally performed on February 5, 2020.

Svet Stoyanov, director
Experience percussion masterworks by musical luminaries in varying instrumental configurations with interesting staging and exceptional percussion virtuosity.

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