Under the direction of Artistic Director and Principal Conductor Pablo Mielgo, the Symphony of the Americas (SOTA) is celebrating its 35th anniversary in South Florida.
The 2022-2023 season ushered in Mielgo’s second year with the symphony, after the pandemic delayed his long-anticipated arrival from Spain.
SOTA continues its commitment to serving South Florida’s multicultural population with diverse programming – a cultural crossroads of music, ranging from classical to Broadway.
On Feb. 21, Mielgo conducts Copland’s “Appalachian Spring” Suite and Piazzolla’s “Estaciones Porteñas” (“Four Seasons”) in a program entitled “Dancing Across Borders.” Cabaret singer Liz Callaway offers a special tribute to Stephen Sondheim on March 14 and “Spain…Further Beyond!” celebrates the music of Mielgo’s homeland on April 11.
The season concludes with “Season Finale! Schumann & Brahms Bridging Musical Genius” on May 9. Sergei Babayan will be featured in Schumann’s Piano Concerto in A minor and the orchestra will shine in Brahms’ Symphony No. 4 in E minor.
For tickets and more information, go to SOTA.org.