DECEMBER 2015

This is the last newsletter of 2015. And as we always do at the end of something - an era, a meal, a relationship, a concert - we look back. And we also look forward.

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NOVEMBER 2015

As I wrote last month, this newsletter will focus on Give Miami Day on November 19, one of the most exciting opportunities for everyone to be part of the vision of a community. To give that excitement justice, I will send out several updates in the days ahead.

Read more | November 2015
 

OCTOBER 2015

This month's newsletter is mainly about a carrot and a date.

The carrot dangling before you is a 10% discount when you purchase your season ticket before November 1!

Read more | October 2015
 

MAY 2015

This newsletter is the exclamation mark at the end of our 2014-2015 season.  I feel  a deep sense of accomplishment for having fulfilled our mission, and having brought enjoyment to so many.

Read more | May 2015
 

APRIL 2015

In my role as president of the board, I have been in touch with many of you over the past year and had many a wonderful exchange about your likes and dislikes,  your ideas and suggestions.  Today, I want to continue the exchange by asking for your support.

Read more | April 2015
 

MARCH 2015

I am beginning this newsletter, as I did the previous one, with a literary reference.  This time by a composer whose book carries the same title as his composition  which was performed at the last concert.

Read more | March 2015
 

FEBRUARY 2015

Have you had a chance to look at your calendar and see how many Dranoff 2 piano concerts might fit into your busy season?  I hope all five! 

Read more | February 2015
 

JANUARY 2015

Let me start this newsletter with a quick note on our holiday concert - chestnuts of both  the musical and epicurean variety were enjoyed by all along with other wonderful music.  My personal favorite: having the old warhorse, The Nutcracker Suite, come alive in the delightfully played two piano version along guided by a touching, irreverent and, when appropriate, bombastic reading of the original story by E. T. Hoffmann.  

Thank you, Susan and Sarah Wang, and Chaz Mena!

Read more | January 2015
 
 
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