This past November, Miami's New World Symphony held its first mini concerts at the Lincoln Theatre, and the sold-out crowd almost couldn't believe their ears -- or their wallets. Works by Maurice Ravel, Aaron Copland, and Samuel Barber performed live, each for less than the price of a latte? Clearly ... More >>
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