Sunday, March 16, 2008

Miami Herald Review and...we're on TV!

Check out the Miami Herald's review of our recent concert Story of a Soldier here.

The other big news is that Univision network will be airing an international TV special on our concert this Tuesday, March 18th at 10pm. Check your listings for the Univision channel and tune in!

This concert was very special for everyone involved, and we all had a blast. We hope that the audience enjoyed it as much as we have, and we're planning to perform this concert again very soon! So...keep your eyes on the blog for the latest!

Wednesday, March 05, 2008

People are coming in

Things are starting tomorrow. We pick up our amazing brass players tomorrow and start right into rehearsals. Itching to get started. Can't wait to hear the sound we're going to make!

Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Palm Beach Post Blog and Thanks

Hi all,

Greg Stepanich from the Palm Beach Post has written a nice blog entry on the concert here.
A story in the print version of the Palm Beach Post is scheduled for the end of the week!

Also, we would like to acknowledge several individuals and organizations that have contributed financially to help make this concert possible. Without them, we would simply not be able to bring this exciting concert to the people of South Florida.

Miami-Dade Cultural Affairs
State of Florida Cultural Affairs
Audrey Love Charitable Foundation
Josephine B. Adams Charitable Fund
Randy Gage

Thank you! We also have literally dozens of individuals to thank for their encouragement, in-kind assistance, and belief in our exciting collaboration with Ground Up and Rising. Thank you to everyone who is helping us to further our mission!

Can't wait to see you, and a packed house this weekend!


New Site is Live

Our new site:

is live. Still a few bugs to work out, but Gabe's done an outstanding job so far. Hope you like it!

Sunday, March 02, 2008

pC Makes Front Page of Tropical Life in the Miami Herald

Hi All,

We've made the front page of Tropical Life for I think the second or third time. Here's a link to the article:

Special shout out to Larry Johnson, who has written a thoughtful and engaging article about our upcoming concert.

See you on Saturday and Sunday.


Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Sneak Peek of our New Website

pC's got a new website on the way designed by our awesome webmaster, Gabe Durand. Here's a sneak peek:

Let us know what you think!

Friday, January 11, 2008

Copernicus Gears up for March Concert

There's been a lot happening since our last post, and there have been some very exciting developments on several fronts. First, we are extremely pleased to announce that Greg Stepanich from the Palm Beach Post named our last concert #4 on his "Top 10 of 2007" for Classical Music Performances. You can read about it here.

Secondly, we can't be more excited about our upcoming concert series in March. It's just not possible. Copernicus will be collaborating with the hottest theater group in Miami- Ground Up and Rising, and you won't want to miss the excellence and creativity that they are going to bring to this performance. March 8, at 8pm, we will be presenting "Story of a Soldier" at Arts at St. Johns on Miami Beach (ticket information here). March 9, the concert will be performed in Delray Beach, venue TBA. We have an unbelievable group of young performers slated to perform, and we can't wait to present this great program to Miami. Much more to come soon!

Saturday, November 03, 2007

We're 501(c)3!

Hello all pC fans

Just writing to let you know that pC has just received word from our most awesome and faithful legal counsel,Matthew Sarelson, ( that we are now a 501(c)3, non-profit arts orgainization. This will give us tremendous flexibilty in regards to fundraising, allowing us to solicit tax deductible donations from individuals and corporations, as well as allowing us to compete for foundation grants.

Thanks to everybody who made this happen: the artists of pC, the audiences who came to our performances, all donors, our amazing board, our lawyer Matthew, Karen Click, Mark Hart at Coral Gables Congregational Church, and most of all, Carol Hoffman, who helped to incubate our fledgling group which is now ready to take flight!

More soon!