New World Center
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Concert Hall in Miami Beach, FL serving as an a musical venue for symphony and orchestra events
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At the crossroads of music and architecture, this Frank Gehry structure is leading the beach’s cultural renaissance.
One of Miami's premier venues for classical music - the Frank Gehry designed New World Center is the place to be for symphonic music. They broadcast their concerts on their outdoor theater and also show free movies alfresco. Perfect for picnics and enjoying some under the stars!
The New World Center is a concert hall in the South Beach section of Miami Beach, Florida, that is designed by Frank Gehry. It is the home of the New World Symphony, with a capacity of 756 seats. It opened in January 2011.
The New World Symphony (NWS), America's Orchestral Academy, opened its newly-designed 'campus' designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry, in February 2011
Esteemed orchestral academy and symphony occupying a space and concert hall designed by Frank Gehry.
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