Charles D. Eckman, Ph.D.
Dean of Libraries, University of Miami
Produced by the Miami Chamber Music Society, the Mainly Mozart Festival is one of the most beloved and respected chamber music series in Miami, consistently presenting exceptional classical artists to the South Florida community.
The University of Miami Libraries are thrilled to have the honor of hosting the 25th anniversary season of the Mainly Mozart Festival. This year all regular season concerts and lectures will take place at the beautiful new Kislak Center at the University of Miami. In addition to its dazzling architecture, the Kislak Center was built to meet acoustical requirements for musical performances and provides state of the art audio-visual technology.
I look forward to welcoming you to the Kislak Center, a place of learning and discovery for the entire community, and to celebrate the 25th anniversary season of the Mainly Mozart Festival.
At the heart of UM’s Coral Gables campus, a former lecture hall has been renovated and transformed into a place of learning and discovery to benefit the entire community: the Kislak Center at the University of Miami. Established with a landmark gift to the University of the Jay I. Kislak Collection of the Early Americas, Exploration and Navigation, the Center houses the departments of Special Collections and University Archives and features a grand reading room in which to serve researchers and visitors from anywhere in the world. The Center hosts public programming for the University’s centers, institutes, schools, colleges, and libraries during the evening and weekend hours, and the gallery showcases items from the vaults of these distinctive collections. Learn more.