Miami Beach Classical Music Festival (MMF) has revealed its exciting plans for the upcoming 2024 season, promising a more immersive experience for attendees and an expanded youth program. The festival, which will run from June 10 to July 28, 2024, will feature performances by over 200 classical musicians in various free public events, including three full opera productions and three symphonic concerts.

Following the success of last summer’s immersive performances, MMF is determined to continue pushing the boundaries of live theater and technology. Michael Rossi, the festival’s Artistic Director, expressed their commitment to innovation in bringing classical music to life in new and exciting ways. They were the first theater company to produce an entire opera in a format that placed audiences in the center of the action with a 360-degree graphic display surrounding them.

Attendees can look forward to the return of the Annual MMF Independence Day Concert, which will feature a symphony orchestra performance synchronized with the city’s fireworks display. Additionally, the Ocean Drive Promenade Music Series will return every Sunday in July, presenting captivating performances that highlight the beauty and power of classical music.

One of the most exciting developments for the 2024 season is the expansion of MMF’s Youth Program, made possible by funding from The Children’s Trust. This summer, 40 local high school students will have the opportunity to participate in a program filled with classical music education and performance opportunities. Rossi emphasized the importance of nurturing the next generation of classical musicians through the Youth Program.

Ticket release dates for MMF’s 2024 season will be announced in May 2024. For more information, interested individuals are encouraged to visit the festival’s website at The 2024 season of MMF is presented with the support of the Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority.

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