THE NEW WORLD CENTER
Thierry Isambert is the exclusive caterer for the New World Center, which is home to the New World Symphony, and also a premier venue for corporate or social events.
Under the artistic direction of the 10 time Grammy award winning conductor Michael Tilson Thomas (MTT), the New World Symphony is a unique musical laboratory for generating new ideas about the way music is taught, presented, and experienced. An exquisite result of collaboration between MTT and Pritzker winning architect Frank Gehry, the New World Center is an architectural gem in the heart of Miami Beach. The New World Center features in the Miami Beach Art Deco skyline, perfectly situated between dramatic ocean and bay vistas.
At the New World Center, capacities range from 900 in flow to an intimate 20 Person dinner under the stars. Flexibility within our spaces is a key component to achieving your vision. The performance hall features retractable seating, 10 individually configurable mechanical stage lifts and four satellite platforms… and that’s just the beginning. 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.
Our team of professional lighting designers, videographers and audio engineers can provide a unique multimedia experience for your project
Whether you are planning an in-person meeting with Skype or Google Hangout participants, a cocktail reception for 300, an intimate special occasion while the sun sets behind the bay, a conference general session webcasted for attendees around the world, a special presentation recorded for broadcast or a ticketed concert with video projections and specialty lighting, at the New World Center, your options are unending. Bring your inspiration to the New World Center and our award winning staff will bring it to Life!
Recent events at The New World Center: The New World Symphony's 29th Anniversary Gala, "Making the Connection;" The Brazil Foundation's 6th Miami Gala | For another article about the New World center, click here.