Frank Gehry designed this auditorium built in 2011 and it is an architectural masterpiece! If you have the time go to one of the many concerts and marvel at the auditorium's arena and its hydrolic wonders.
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Wonderfull and functional building.Perfect acustic, good theaters and very simpathetic way of showing outside what is going inside by projection
I fly from Chicago to Miami for NWS every other month - sometimes more. The energy and music from the musicians is something to be experienced, enjoyed and shared with as many friends as you can. Even if you thought you were not into Classical,...More
We were so fortunate to see Balazs Havasi play the piano here. It is a rare opportunity to see a great performer like Havasi in such an intimate setting. The building is spectacular and the rooftop provides beautiful and romantic views before a concert. This...More
The New World Center is an architectural gem on Miami Beach--inside and outside. The concerts are high caliber and the fact that these are all accomplished students makes them even more impressive. Check out the Concerts for kids and the Friday evening concernts!
I attend a concert here as often as I visit S Beach. Nothing has been bad, almost everything has been great to wonderful. I love the setting, the park, the building, the theatre, and they give young people a chance to shine as much as...More
If you love classical music, if you want to be introduced to it, this is the orchestra to enjoy. They offer a range of concerts and prices. The Musical Exchanges are a good deal - concerts often of small ensembles organized by the musicians themselves....More
Every year for my holidays I spend some time in this beautiful city. The New World Symphony design by Frank Gehry is a place that I visit and visit again. 1. Try to get a ticket. This is a school orchestra. Then it is a...More
The New World Symphony offers world-class classical and sometimes other music. The Frank Gehry building provides excellent acoustics to enjoy the music. Don't miss the rooftop garden before the concert or during intermission. Lots of nearby places to eat on Lincoln Rd. Give yourself ample...More