New World Center


The New World Center, home of the New World Symphony, a unique post-graduate orchestral academy under the artistic direction of 11-time Grammy award-winning conductor and co-founder Michael Tilson Thomas (MTT). The New World Center campus is a unique musical laboratory for generating new ideas about the way music is taught, experienced and presented. The result of collaboration between MTT and Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry, the New World Center is an architectural gem adjacent to Miami Beach SoundScape park in the heart of South Beach. The New World Center features multiple flexible spaces, cutting edge media equipment, six stories of natural light and views of the iconic Miami Beach Art Deco skyline all perfectly situated between dramatic ocean and bay vistas. Customization is a key component to achieving your vision at the New World Center. Experience the New World Symphony and engage your guests with musical presentations that contextualize your event and create lasting memories. Accommodate a range of capacities, from over 900 in flow to an intimate 20-person dinner under the stars. Technologically advanced, the New World Center can light it, project it, live-connect it in HD and record it so that you can relive it! Whether planning a general session with live webcast for attendees around the world, a stimulating creative conversation amongst executive leadership with virtual participants, a special presentation recorded for broadcast, a large cocktail reception or a ticketed concert with video projections and specialty lighting, your options know no bounds. Inspiration becomes reality at the New World Center.

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What makes this business unique? Unique musical laboratory for generating new ideas

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500 17th St
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
United States

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