Orchestra Miami exists to build community and educate through music, to make concert-going accessible and affordable and to provide programming which celebrates the rich cultural heritage of our community.
Live performance from "Beethoven on the Beach" at Pinecrest Gardens. Complete 4th movement from Beethoven's Symphony #7 in A Major, Op. 92; Elaine Rinaldi, conducting.
Live performance of "Variations on a Theme of Tchaikovsky" for Cello & Orchestra, featuring guests soloist Ian Maksin with Orchestra Miami, Elaine Rinaldi conducitng.
Orchestra Miami at the Banyan Bowl in Pinecrest Gardens. Elaine Rinaldi, conducting.
Orchestra Miami performs at Miami's historic Scottish Rite Temple.
Orchestra Miami's Family Fun Concert at the Banyan Bowl
Orchestra Miami performing in Collins Park to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the City of Miami Beach
From Orchestra Miami's performance of "Brundibar", Family Fun Series May 2016
Beethoven on the Beach
Orchestra Miami's annual series of free outdoor concerts, which are performed in Pinecrest, Miami Beach and Sunny Isles Beach.
Family Fun Concert Series
Orchestra Miami's series designed to introduce children to classical music and the arts. Each concert lasts approximately one hour, and juice and cookies are served after the concerts. Concerts are performed in Aventura, Doral and Pinecrest.
Discover Miami Through Music
Orchestra Miami's annual series which brings appropriately themed concerts to Miami's historic places and landmarks, allowing residents to learn more about our collective history through music.
Link Up Music Ed program
The Link Up program is a year-long, music education initiative and a collaboration between Orchestra Miami, the Miami Dade County Public Schools and Carnegie Hall's Weill Learning Institute. Participating students learn the basics of music education and learn to play either the recorder, violin and/or sing, then participate in a final concert with the professionals from Orchestra Miami at a culminating concert in May.