As of Friday, March 13 , 2020 all SFCE open performances are suspended until further notice
What’s on in the month of March
Other Programs this month that are open to the public include:
3/7 Hosanna 4 Youth Survivor Stroll Delevoe Park, Fort Lauderdale 11-3
3/13 Hallandale Beach Library 11-11:45 iLUMA Don Quixote
3/24 Coral Gables Library 11:30-12:30 Bailando at the Ball
3/27 North Regional /Broward College Library iLUMA Don Quixote
4/25 North Regional/BC Library Special Earth Day concert featuring live music by Wagner, Amy Beach, Ethel Smyth, Marianna Martines and more. 3-4pm (open to the public)
Program 5 – The Pied Pipers of Clean Water
April 19 @4pm Miramar Cultural Center
May 9 @ 2 pm The Bailey Pompano Beach
The Pied Pipers of Clean Water is a partnership with Water Aid and focuses on clean water and sanitation across the globe as well as on Water Aid’s Female Plumbers Program. The program includes The Moldau from Smetana’s Ma Vlast followed by music by female composers including: Amy Beach, Margaret Bonds, Cecile Chaminade and Rebecca Clarke. With photo exhibit and a video from Water Aid America and new composition by award winning film composer Ros Gilman.
Our European Tour was a great success. We gave 4 performances in five days across three countries, serving seniors, children and adults with disabilities. We also had the opportunity to present our 2019-2020 Light Prize to Golden Globe Nominated actor Tobias Menzies. Be sure to watch him in the upcoming season of The Crown as he takes over the role of Prince Philip.
Congratulations to SFCE 2018-19 Light Prize Winner Nestor Torres
Grant Awards- FAB! and the Frederick DeLuca Foundation
We received our first grant from the Frederick DeLuca foundation to work with Meals on Wheels and Impact Broward to feed children this summer. Our project, Quatro, brings four art forms to the children including literature, music, dance and fashion design. Students learn about world culture while they eat lunch and make musical instruments from the packaging of their lunch, create a costume and perform a cultural dance.
The South Florida Chamber Ensemble receives a grant from FAB!(Funding Arts Broward) for our ninth season, Changing Our World More. Executive Director Myrna Meeroff with members of Brazilian voices at award ceremony.
Season 9 begins October 2019
We are continuing our work with a second season of Changing Our World, including LGBT rights, the refugee crisis, prison reform, disability rights and clean water. Season 9 also sees the return of the SFCE to the Pompano Beach Cultural Center as well as a continuation of our series at the Miramar Cultural Center. Tickets available starting August 1, 2019.