Best classical music events in Miami

Miami is best known for its vibrant nightlife, delicious cuisine and stunning beaches. However, in recent years there has been significant growth in classical music with various organizations setting up shop and sponsoring events. Scores of live events from those that play concerto to chamber music are held from Kendall to Aventura. They can help people to connect, release stress, and take a break from the demands of everyday life.

The Candlelight Experience (Courtesy of Fever Press).

Candlelight Concerts
Various locations

An unforgettable experience is offered by a company called Fever, which holds events in concert halls, historic churches, art galleries, and even outdoor settings. The elegance and intimate atmosphere of candles are combined with different styles and genres of classical music to create an unforgettable experience. String quartets and small groups of musicians such as the Listeso String Quartet perform work from movie soundtracks to tributes to artists such as ABBA, Amy Winehouse, Luis Miguel, and Adele. To see a full list of the concerts visit their website or contact them through They offer private events as well as student, military personnel, and senior discounts. All attendees must be at least age 8, and some events are pet-friendly. The prices generally range from $26 to $45.
Their next show will be on February 25 featuring The Best of Frank Sinatra & Nat King Cole.

Piano recital at Miami Beach. (Photo by Gabriela Flores/Caplin News)

The Wolfsonian-Florida International University  
1001 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Get on board for a multi-sensory journey at The Wolfsonian, where the combination of classical music and masterpieces creates a unique and rich atmosphere, giving visitors a memorable and culturally rich experience on Miami Beach. The participating artists, such as cellist Jason Calloway, come from all around the world and are recipients of prestigious awards. The Wolfsonian is also home to one of the nation’s largest university art collections. Members, Florida residents, Visitors with disabilities, students with ID, faculty, and staff obtain free entrance. Tickets for others cost between $8 to $12. Their next show will be on March 6, Featuring Orlando Jacinto Garcia’s “Those at Peace Shall See Their Wake”.

Adrienne Arsht Center concert hall. (courtesy of ​​Adrienne Arsht Center’s official website)

Visit Adrienne Arsht Center
1300 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL, 33132

The Adrienne Arsht Center of the Performing Arts in Miami is known for captivating its audiences with the amazing and diverse world of classical music. Bringing musicians from the best symphonies to chamber music, it regularly hosts world-class orchestras such as the Cleveland Orchestra, New World Symphony, and Vienna Philharmonic. Audiences enjoy classical masterpieces, contemporary works, and solo performances. Local musicians, teachers, and historians offer lectures before each performance of the Knight Masterworks Classical Music series for one hour about the background of what audiences will delight in at the concert. The Arsht Pass offers $25 tickets for students. The Adrienne Arsht Center box office is open from Monday through Friday from noon to 5 p.m.. 

The Rotterdam Philharmonic plays on March 7.

The Friends of Chamber Music of Miami. (courtesy of ContastContact the Friends of Chamber Music of Miami’s Facebook official page)

Visit the Friends of Chamber Music of Miami 
509 Navarre Ave.
Coral Gables, Fl 33134

The Friends of Chamber Music of Miami hosts captivating events that present the timeless elegance of music. Attendees can anticipate a rich and diverse repertoire, spanning eras, and styles, showcasing the dynamic capacity of chamber music. Since 1955, internationally acclaimed performers have performed in the series, including the Budapest, Juilliard, Guarneri, Emerson, Cleveland, and Beaux Arts Quartets. Most of the series’ concerts are performed at the acoustically superb Gusman Concert Hall at the University of Miami, the Colony Theatre, Wertheim Auditorium at Florida International University, Temple Beth Am, Coral Gables Congregational Church, and other distinguished venues across South Florida. 

The next show will be on March 4 by Trio Zimbalist and Robert Diaz

Daniela Morales is a junior at Florida International University majoring in Digital Broadcasting. After graduating, her goal is to work for a prestigious news channel and travel all around the world to cover news and stories. 

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