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Free New Year’s Eve outdoor concert by Orchestra Miami

Start your new Year with some fabulous music and fireworks! Orchestra Miami, Miami's premiere professional orchestra, invites you to ring in the New Year with a spectacular free beachfront concert featuring The Latin Divos. This free, family-friendly event will take place on Sunday, December 31, 2023, on the beach in Collins Park, between 21st and 22nd Streets (on the sand east of Collins Avenue) in Miami Beach.

The evening begins at 8 p.m. with a performance by the Orchestra Miami string quartet, playing festive music to get you in the holiday mood. At 10 p.m., the full orchestra, with special guests The Latin Divos, will take the stage for a captivating performance, leading up to a dazzling fireworks display at midnight.

“We are thrilled to once again present our annual New Year's Eve concert,” said Elaine Rinaldi, Artistic Director of Orchestra Miami. “This concert is truly a celebration of all things Miami! I couldn’t be more excited to perform with such exceptional musicians and bring our community together to celebrate the start of the new year with some fantastic music. Not to mention,  seeing the fireworks right behind the stage is thrilling!!”

The Latin Divos (Ernesto Cabrera, Fernando Gonzalez and Will Corujo), take Latin Pop, traditional opera arias and timeless classics and “Divo-ise” them by adding their Latin flair. Singing in Italian, English, Spanish and French, they have performed in prestigious theaters and venues in the United States, Mexico, Cuba and Panama. Expect to hear timeless favorites such as O Sole Mio, Jurame, Nessun Dorma, Allelujah, and much more.

“We are honored to be performing with Orchestra Miami on this special occasion,” said Will Corujo, founder of The Latin Divos. “We can't wait to help Orchestra Miami throw a big musical party and start 2024 with a bang!”

Photo: Orchestra Miami

For those who want to elevate their holiday experience, VIP tickets are available for $120 per person. VIP tickets include a reserved seat, access to a cash bar, and a champagne toast at midnight.

This is a free concert! Guests are encouraged to bring a blanket or a beach chair, as no fixed seating is provided for the general public. Guests may bring picnics, but glass containers are strictly prohibited on the beach. Parking is available at the Collins Park Garage, located at 340 23rd Street, the G7 Garage in the 1755 Meridian Building or the 17th Street Garage.

This event is generously sponsored by the City of Miami Beach, the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, W Hotels, the Ritz Carlton Bal Harbour, 13th Floor Investments, Witkoff, the Collins Park Neighborhood Association, WLRN, Florida Arts & Culture, and the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau.

About Orchestra Miami

Founded in 2006 by Artistic Director Elaine Rinaldi, Orchestra Miami is celebrating 17 years of bringing affordable concerts of quality symphonic music to all people in Miami-Dade County. Orchestra Miami’s mission is to provide people with opportunities to experience art, build community and educate through music.

Orchestra Miami’s signature programs include the “Beethoven on the Beach” free outdoor concerts, its “Discover Miami Through Music” series, the Family Fun Concert Series at Pinecrest Gardens and the Carnegie Hall Link Up Education program, in partnership with the Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

Orchestra Miami consists of a select group of professional musicians, all permanent residents of South Florida, whose collective body is unparalleled in terms of excellence and experience. Led by Founder and Artistic Director Elaine Rinaldi, Orchestra Miami continues to exceed expectations in terms of programming and artistic quality. Next up: “Mad for Mariachi,” the second concert in our Family Fun series at Pinecrest Gardens, Tickets and details are available on our website, along with information about the rest of the events for the 2024 season.

Photo: A. Herman, for Orchestra Miami

About The Latin Divos

Take three gorgeous guys. Add great voices, tremendous musicianship and terrific chemistry. Stir in a pinch of Latin flair and mix well: You have the Latin Divos! Founded in 2017 by violinist and saxophonist Will Corujo, the three young Cuban musicians of the Latin Divos were immersed in the arts, music and culture from an island where there is music on every corner. Joining Will Corujo are tenor Ernesto Cabrera and bass Fernando Gonzalez, who as the Latin Divos take Latin pop, traditional opera and timeless classics and “Divo-ize” them with a Latin sound. That sound includes Fernando’s deep, timeless baritone, Ernesto’s wit, humor and smile and Will’s amazing musicianship.

Photo: Courtesy of Orchestra Miami

These bravura performers are bringing a new twist to the classical crossover genre and gaining worldwide recognition for their exciting concerts, which feature the group's extraordinary vocal and musical skills. A talented group of multi-linguists, the Latin Divos sing in Italian, English, Spanish and French and have performed in venues and theaters in the United States, Spain, Mexico Cuba, and Panama.

They have shared the stage with some of the biggest names in Latin music, including Meme Solis, Alvaro Torres and Alejandro Jaen. Jaen, a composer, singer and member of the Latin Songwriters’ Hall of Fame, asked the group to participate on his latest album and composed their first original single, “Hoy Podras Volar.”

Event Information

What: Orchestra Miami New Year's Eve Celebration

When: Sunday, December 31, 2023

Time: Pre concert with the OM String Quartet at 8 p.m. The Main Event with the Lain Divos starts at 10 p.m.

Where: Collins Park, on the sand between 21st and 22nd Streets, east of Collins Avenue, in Miami Beach

How Much: Free. VIP tickets which include a reserved seat, access to the cash bar and a champagne toast at midnight, are available for $120 per person.

For more information, please visit or call (305) 274-2103.

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