Julianne Baird, soprano, university professor
Jay Bernfeld, viola da gamba player, director, Fuoco e Cenere
Frank Cooper, musician, teacher, art historian, lecturer
Raymond Erickson, Academy Director, Aston Magna Foundation for Music and the Humanities, Dean of Arts and Sciences, Queens College NY
Pedro Memelsdorff, scholar, musician, director, Mala Punica
Miles Morgan, festival coordinator, conductor, arts consultant
Steven Rickards, countertenor, teaching at Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana
Ray Robinson, music director, Palm Beach Symphony
Paul Shipper, bass, director of Ex Umbris, instrumentalist
Dr. Stephen Mintz and Nancy Mintz, Co-Chairmen
Thomas Abbott, vice-chairman, attorney
Alexis Anderson, consultant and luthier
Susan Barnes, teacher
George Berberian, professor, University of Miami Rosensteil School
Kingsley Bewley, treasurer, comptroller for US Holdings
Flor Blanchett, real estate broker
Carlos Bolade, merchant, J. Bolado Clothiers
Kay Carpenter, nursing consultant
Leatrice Damus, arts volunteer
Gordon Fales, chairman emeritus, corporate executive, Aegis Real Estate Fund
Elizabeth Fels, research project coordinator
Susanne Kayyali, real estate agent
William Kerdyk, Jr., Coral Gables City Commisioner, Kerdyk Real Estate
Veronica Lopez-Lopez, banker
Lazaro Prigues, M.D.
Philippa Smith-Tyler, music teach, mortgage broker
Ehrling Thoreson, retired economist
Charles M. Twyford (Mike), customs agent, musician
Claire Veater, secretary, personal advisor
TROPICAL BAROQUE MUSIC FESTIVAL CONTINUES on MIAMI BEACH
March 3rd and March 5th, 2017
"BACH TO THE BEACH" is presented with the generous support of City of Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County Festival Grant, and Tourist Development Grant.
Friday, March 3, 2017 at 8:00 PM
Johann Rosenmuller: Valley of Tears
Sonatas and Cantatas from Johann Rosenmuller (1619-1684), featuring baritone, Jesse Blumberg
On Sunday, March 5, 2017 at 8:00 PM, this year's closing concert for Festival XVIII will be the return of
VENICE BAROQUE ORCHESTRA
It was only really after World War II that the cult of Antonio Vivaldi began to become a world-wide phenomenon.
The Four Seasons is now so familiar that we hear it in elevators and even as we wait for voice mail, but it is also a reference point in trying to define what makes an exciting performance. Certainly we have an essential curiosity to explore new music or newly rediscovered music. There is so much of it. There is pleasure also in hearing familiar music and thinking about performance.
BOTH OF THESE "BACH TO THE BEACH" CONCERTS WILL BE PRESENTED AT:
St John's On the Lake
4760 Pine Tree Dr
Miami Beach, FL 33140
Tickets available through this website or at the door the night of the concert.
MBS is a 501(c)3. Your support and donations are greatly appreciated. Miami Bach Society is a proud participant of Miami-Dade County's "Culture Shock" and "Golden Ticket" programs. Offering the best in cultural experiences to all of South Florida.