Upcoming Concerts in South Florida
THE 2019-2020 SEASON OF THE MASTER CHORALE OPENS ON NOVEMBER 15 AND 17 WITH A PROGRAM OF WORKS BY BACH, VIVALDI AND HANDEL.
Works by Bach, Vivaldi, and Handel
November 15 - Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, Fort Lauderdale
November 17 - Roberts Theater at St. Andrews School, Boca Raton
Baroque music has captivated and inspired audiences for more than 300 years. This is your chance to hear the 125-voice Master Chorale of South Florida, guest artists and orchestra perform three gems of the Baroque era: Handel's brilliant Zadok the Priest, originally composed for the coronation of King George II; Vivaldi's most popular choral work, Gloria; and Bach’s mesmerizing Magnificat.
December 14 - The Tower Club, Fort Lauderdale
Join us for an intimate evening of music, merriment, and more! Cocktail Hour begins at 6 pm and will be followed by dinner and a live auction at 7 pm.
Guests will be treated to performances by members of the Master Chorale of South Florida and other special guest artists.
February 26 - Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, Fort Lauderdale
Musicians worldwide are celebrating Ludwig van Beethoven’s 250th birthday with performances of his incomparable 9th Symphony, which the deaf composer never heard. The final movement of this symphony—the “Ode to Joy”—has inspired millions around the world since its premiere. Don’t miss the sole performance of this work in Broward County with the Master Chorale of South Florida, Lynn Philharmonia and soloists conducted by Brett Karlin.
May 1 - Rose & Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center at Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale
May 3 - Wold Center for the Performing Arts at Lynn University, Boca Raton
Dramatic, epic, and awesome are the best descriptors of Felix Mendelssohn's masterpiece, Elijah. Scored for eight vocal soloists, full orchestra and massive chorus, Elijah depicts the most dramatic scenes of the Old Testament: a contest of gods between Elijah and the followers of Baal, the gift of rain to a drought-ridden Israel and the final scene, when the prophet ascends to heaven on a fiery chariot. The Master Chorale welcomes the Lynn Philharmonia in celebrating the 150th anniversary of this astounding musical achievement.