Venue: Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center & South Miami Cultural Center

Date: Sat, April 11th & Sun, April 12th 2015 | 6pm

Soloist : Ignasi Cambra, piano

Conductor: Daniel Andai

Mozart's concertos for piano are considered to be some of his finest compositions. His K. 488 remains one of the most regularly performed today, and was described by one observer as "a fragile structure of glass, through which the piano is often heard only faintly." Pianist Ignasi Cambra has received several prizes in international piano competitions, and joins guest conductor Daniel Andai in a special evening combining the roots of classical music alongside the parallel world of the visual arts.


Paul Desenne - Sinfonia Clásica (North American premiere)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major, K. 488

7 painting + 7 stories = 7 World Premieres

Sam Hyken - Magic Hero Bees, The Adventures of Indiana Penguin, The Story of the Colored Sailboat

Orlando Garcia - The Boy and the Magical Flower

Tulio Cremisini - Jack Saves the Day, Alexis and the One-Tree Forest

Eduardo Marturet - Wizard Turtle

Antonio Salieri - Sinfonia in D Major “La Veneziana”