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Recorded March 22, 2019 at Pinecrest Gardens

Beethoven on the Beach Heroes concert image with Orchestra Miami logo

Enjoy our annual FREE Outdoor Concert!

Watch the entire concert, or pick & choose! This performance was recorded at Pinecrest Gardens in 2019. The concert features Laura Pedersen, Jennifer Tipton, and

Matthew Maness!



Laura Pedersen, Soprano

Laura Pedersen,


Jennifer Tipton, Soprano

Jennifer Tipton, Soprano

Matt Maness

Matthew Maness, Tenor

Photo of Elaine Rinaldi

Elaine Rinaldi, Conductor

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Overture to William Tell  by  Gioacchino Rossini (1792-1868)

"Jetzt Schctzchen, jetzt sind wir allein" (duet) and 

"O, war ich schon mit ihn verieint" (aria) from Fidelio

by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

Act 1 of Beethoven's only opera, Fidelio, opens with this charring duet between Marzellina, the daughter of the jailkeeper, and Joaquino who works at the jail. Joaquino wants Marzellina to agree to get married, but she is in love with "Fidelio", a young man who has recently come to work at the prison. "Fidelio" is actually Leonora, the wife of one of the prisoners, who is trying to find information about her husband. Following the duet, Marzellina is left to her thoughts, where she fantasizes about being married to "Fidelio".

Matthew Maness, Tenor & Jennifer Tipton, Soprano

"Abscheulicher" from Fidelio  by

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

Leonora has just overheard that her imprisoned husband is to be executed, now gives vent to her feelings in the highly dramatic recitative: "Abscheulicher! wo eilst du hin!" ("Accursed one! Where hasten’st thou!"); followed by the beautiful aria, "Komm Hoffnung" (Come, hope!), a deeply moving expression of confidence that her love and faith will enable her, with the aid of Providence, to save her husband’s life.

Laura Pedersen, Soprano

Symphony N. 3 in E Flat Major, Op. 55 "Eroica"

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

1. Allegro con brio

2. Marcia funebre- Adagio assai

3. Scherzo-Vivace Allegro- Trio

4. Finale - Allegro molto- poco andante- Presto

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