The Miami Symphony Orchestra and its Music Director & Conductor Eduardo Marturet  together with Netflix actress Athina Klioumi (El Señor de los Cielo 7 by Telemundo/NBC) , presents for free, the digital concert for the whole family "Sleepover at the Museum” by American composer Karen LeFrak. 

Telemundo actress Athina Marturet with children Rodrigo and Aaron Padilla with Roma. Photo credit: Matea Michelangeli
The Miami Symphony Orchestra and it’s Music Director & Conductor Eduardo Marturet presents” Sleepover at the Museum” by New York based composer, author and book writer Karen LeFrak, narrated by actress Athina Klioumi of Netflix Tv series “El señor de los Cielos 7” produced by NBC Telemundo Enterprises.

“Sleepover at the Museum” is a story about Mason and his two best friends wanting to celebrate his birthday in a museum, a scavenger hunt through all the exhibits that make any natural history museum so special. Mason is looking for a perfect place to sleep with his buddies and the adventure starts. Amazing music composed by Karen LeFrak which she accompanies with this lovely book with beautiful images. This is a wonderful story for the whole family and this version Miami Symphony recorded so elegantly in the beautiful Moore Building  from the world premiere with audience, is unique. It has also enchanting intros of narrator Athina, showing her reading the story with children and pets wearing sun glasses. 

Eduardo Marturet and the Miami Symphony Orchestra, commissioned this masterwork to be premiered on Sunday, February 24th, 2019, at The Moore Building Elastika in the Miami Design District, children and families can enjoy this wonderful multimedia experience through the Miami Symphony YouTube Channel:

Sleepover at the Museum” by Karen LeFrak is charming, and the music accessible and imaginative. LeFrak’s composition retained a sense of purity and simplicity that was fitting to its young target audience. She succeeded in capturing the features of each scavenger hunt clue with clever instrumentation and musical motives. The work included a re-fashioned jubilant “Happy Birthday” scored for the full orchestra, before the majestic ending of the Epilogue. – South Florida Classical Review.

Connect through the Miami Symphony YouTube Channel and enjoy this wonderful masterpiece for all ages from now on constantly available. Free admission!