November 9, 2015
NWS Concerts in the News
New World Symphony concerts of the past two weeks have earned uniformly positive reviews. Published in the South Florida Classical Review, and sometimes re-run in the Miami Herald, these reviews have praised the musicianship of the NWS Fellows, the leadership of the conductors, the talents of guest performers, and the quality of the repertoire.
"The New World Symphony’s annual programs devoted to an overview of the works of a single composer have been consistently fascinating and enlightening, with excellent performances, well prepared. The performance’s voltage and momentum never flagged."
Click here to read the review of "A Schumann Journey" from October 30, 2015
"New World Percussion Consort offers an inspiring array of music: ...the skill of the performers from the New World Symphony and the ingenuity of the composers made for a fascinating musical experience..."
Click here to read the review of "Percussion Consort: Skin, Metal and Ivory" from November 1, 2015
"On Saturday night at New World Center, [Paul] Goodwin led a program that contrasted the Water Music suites of Telemann and Handel with rigor, authenticity and a real sense of fun."
Click here to read the review of "Water Music" from November 7, 2015
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