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The Last Hundred

Donations are tax deductible 

TLH Ensemble’s mission is to present contemporary music in a historical context by programming new works by living composers alongside works written within the last one hundred years by both well-known and lesser-known composers. TLH Ensemble aims to present unique programs that provide audience members an opportunity to experience works that would rarely be heard in concert together.
We invite audiences everywhere to contemplate the evolution of art music and broaden their understanding of its traditions and its potential trajectories.

Will you help us makes this hope a reality?

By donating you will support the creation, dissemination of new music and will support local composers and musicians.

Receive Fun Rewards By Donating!

Any contribution is appreciated. No amount is too small! Check out our reward section to read about the various perks. All donations automatically qualify for a chance to receive a private TLH Ensemble Serenade at an event of your choosing.

Risks & Challenges

The livelihood of many musicians has been drastically impacted by COVID-19. During the past year countless concerts have been cancelled. We are planning to perform our inaugural concert live but are aware that many people still do not feel safe attending live concerts. For this reason, the size of the live audience will be limited and we will simultaneously live-stream the concert live on YouTube.

Other Ways You Can Help

You can help us by spreading the word about our concert and this campaign. We truly appreciate your contribution and can’t wait to meet you!


Past supported projects

The Last Hundred Ensemble Inaugural Concert

Co-Founders of TLH ensemble presented their inaugural concert next June 19th, 2021 at 7.30 pm. Pre-Concert talk at 7 pm. at The Herbert & Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center (FIU), Miami, Florida

The concert featured the newly formed TLH Ensemble performing a unique program of art music written in the last one hundred years. TLH Ensemble reflects Miami’s diverse populous and their experiences by sourcing multicultural local and global art music and talent.

For this occasion, Juan Trigos, the ensemble’s artistic director and conductor has carefully selected one repertoire work by Igor Stravinsky, as well as a recent work by Mexican-American composer Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon, and two premieres by Miami-based composers Federico Bonacossa, and Catalina von Wrangell.


Our Sponsors

Funds raised will be used to cover artistic fees, venue and insurance costs,
as well as the purchase and rental of scores and equipment.


The Impact

Funds helped TLH Ensemble promote local and international artists at a time when the arts community has been impacted severely in the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. That aside, we truly believe art music is invaluable but that the individuals working to create it, deserve to be compensated for their labor.


What We Did For Our Community

Discounted tickets for students and elderly members of the community 

Tickets to the event have been sold in advance for a discounted price through our website and through the EventBrite platform ( In addition, we offered special pricing options for seniors and students made available through the Culture Shock and Golden Ticket services. The concert has beeb simultaneously be live-streamed on Facebook to expand the event’s potential reach and for those in our community who cannot attend due to health concerns, physical or logistic limitations, or financial reasons.