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2013-14 Season
Grand Season Opening

Ángel Romero
"The Miami Symphony came across demonstrating their visible enthusiasm for the music and the excellent abilities of the ensemble." - Richard Yates, South Florida Classical Review
Celebrate 25 years with The Miami Symphony Orchestra as we welcome back popular Spanish classical guitarist Ángel Romero, along with the virtuosic pianist Andreas Boyde, to commemorate MISO's 25th Anniversary Season. Maestro Eduardo Marturet leads a colorful program that includes his very own homage to Cuban painter Waldo Balart, Beethoven's magnificent Emperor Concerto, and the rich, warm sonorities of Rodrigo's Concierto de Aranjuez. Be sure not to miss the Musique Et La Cusine Du Soleil dinner on Monday, Oct. 21st.

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DateLocation
Sun., October 20, 2013 8:00 PMAdrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County - Knight Concert Hall (Miami)
Program
Marturet: Homage to Waldo (World Premiere)
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5 (Emperor)
with Andreas Boyde, Piano
Rodrigo: Concierto de Aranjuez
with Ángel Romero, Guitar
Bernstein: Symphonic Dances from West Side Story
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
Golden Sounds from Hollywood

"Marturet transparently illuminated the thick writing, and the resulting bravura performance would make any national orchestra proud." - Dorothy Hindman, South Florida Classical Review
Enlighten your senses and discover the magic behind the movies in MISO's fifth consecutive season of popular film scores by Hollywood's most famous composers. Enhanced with multimedia visuals and images from the movies, maestro Eduardo Marturet brings these popular film scores to life at the Wertheim Performing Arts Center and at the New World Center on Miami Beach.

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DateLocation
Sat., December 14, 2013 8:00 PMHerbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center (Miami)
Sun., December 15, 2013 8:00 PMNew World Center (Miami Beach)
Program
Strauss Richard: Also sprach Zarathustra - Prelude from "2001 Space Odyssey" by Stanley Kubrick
Jules Massenet: Meditation from Thaïs from "Titanic" by James Cameron
Paul Dukas: The Sorcerer's Apprentice from "Fantasia" by Walt Disney
Gustav Mahler: Adagietto from Symphony No. 5 from "Death in Venice" by Luchino Visconti
Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 21 (Andante) from "Elvira Madigan" by Bo Widerbeg
Pietro Mascagni: Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana from "The Godfather III" by Francis Ford Coppola
James Horner: "Apollo 13" by Ron Howard
John Williams: "Jurassic Park" by Steven Spielberg
John Williams: "Scent of a Woman" by Martin Breast
Hans Zimmer: "Gladiator" by Ridley Scott
James Newton Howard: "King Kong" by Peter Jackson
John Williams: "E.T." by Steven Spielberg
John Williams: "Schindler's List" by Steven Spielberg
John Williams: "Star Wars" by George Lucas
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
Ocean Drive in Vienna

Featuring MISO's Composers-In-Residence program!

Experience the tropical sounds of South Florida mixed with your Viennese favorites in a second installment of world premieres presented by MISO's Composers-in-Residence program. Thanks in part to a grant by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, make it your family's New Year's tradition to experience the classical sounds of Vienna while taking a stroll down Ocean Drive.

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DateLocation
Sun., January 19, 2014 8:00 PMAdrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County - Knight Concert Hall (Miami)
Program
Franz von Suppe: Light Cavalry
Johann Strauss Jr.: Fledermaus Overture
Samuel Hyken: Refried Farandole (world premiere MISO 2014 commission)
Johann Strauss Jr.: The Pleasure Train Polka Op. 281 & Chinesser-Galopp Op. 20
Paul Desenne: Blues'n Danube (world premiere MISO 2014 commission)
Johann Strauss Jr.: Unter Donner und Blitz & Voices of Spring
Carlos Rivera: Pizzi-Cuban Polka (MISO 2013 commission)
Johann Strauss Jr.: Roses from the South
Samuel Hyken: Hungarian Dance #5- Redux (MISO 2013 commission)
Johann Strauss Jr.: Viener Blut Waltzes
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
Sponsor:

This evening's program is sponsored by Mercantil Commercebank
MISO for the Family

MISO performing in the park
Join your friends and neighbors at South Miami-Dade's own cultural arts center in this special performance to be enjoyed by the entire family of all ages. On Sunday, January 26th, in a partnership with the Bass Museum of Art and the City of Miami Beach Arts in the Parks program, The Miami Symphony Orchestra presents a free (Jan. 26th only) public concert in Collins Park. Bring a blanket, share a picnic, and enjoy the sights and sounds of MISO while bringing together the wonderful art, music, and people within our South Florida community. Seating at Collins Park is first come first serve. Purchase tickets for the Saturday, January 25th concert here.

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DateLocation
Sat., January 25, 2014 8:00 PMSouth Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center (Miami)
Sun., January 26, 2014 4:00 PMCollins Park at The Bass Museum of Art (Miami Beach)
Program
Johann Strauss Jr.: Fledermaus Overture, Unter Dunner und Blitz, The Pleasure Train Polka & Voices of Spring
Franz von Suppe: Light Calvary
Samuel Hyken: Hungarian Dance No. 5 - Redux
Samuel Hyken: Refried Farandole (MISO 2014 commission)
Carlos Rivera: Pizzi Cuban Polka (MISO 2013 commission)
John Williams: Jurassic Park, Adventures on Earth & Star Wars
Eduardo Marturet and Marcoantonio Real-d'Arbelles, conductor
A Valentine Fiesta

Hector Rodriguez, Horn and Gemma New, guest conductor
"Guest conductor Gemma New had fine musical skills and sense to get rewarding interpretations" - Daily Post Rotorua
Celebrate Valentine's Day all weekend long with the romantic music of Rachmaninov, Prokofiev and Ravel, in a program featuring Principal Horn Hector Rodriguez, and led by one of the most compelling young conductors of her generation, Gemma New. Praised by the Baltimore Sun for her 'absorbing and well-honed performance,' New serves as Assistant Conductor for the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, and Director of the Baltimore-based Lunar Ensemble. Rodriguez is one of the most versatile horn players of his generation, with an acclaimed international career performing in professional orchestras spanning across the United States, Europe and Asia.

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DateLocation
Sat., February 15, 2014 8:00 PMGusman Concert Hall at University of Miami (Coral Gables)
Sun., February 16, 2014 8:00 PMNew World Center (Miami Beach)
Program
Prokofiev: March & Scherzo from The Love for Three Oranges: Suite for Orchestra, Op. 33a
Rachmaninov: Vocalise
Saint-Saëns: Romance for Horn and Orchestra, op. 36
Franz Strauss: Nocturno for Horn and Orchestra, op. 7
Ravel: Miroirs: Une Barque Sur L'océan
Gershwin: Porgy and Bess Symphonic Picture
Gemma New, conductor
Sponsors:

This evening's program is sponsored by Deel Volvo.
"A Valentine Fiesta" is made possible with the support of the City of Coral Gables.
Doubled Brahms

Sunday's performance is dedicated to efforts in rebuilding peace in Venezuela.
A master of counterpoint and development, the music of Johannes Brahms has long been an inspiration for a generation of composers. Considered both a traditionist and an innovator, this program pairs together the pastoral Symphony No. 2 with his famed "Double Concerto," showcasing the talents of Concertmaster Daniel Andai with Brian Manker, Solo Cellist of the Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal.

Please note that MISO will dedicate this Sunday's performance towards the efforts of rebuilding peace in Venezuela, and ending the violence that has recently overtaken this beautiful and strong country.

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DateLocation
Sun., March 02, 2014 8:00 PMAdrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County - Knight Concert Hall (Miami)
Program
Brahms: Double Concerto in A minor, Op. 102
with Daniel Andai, Violin
with Brian Manker, Cello
Brahms: Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 73
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
Doubled Basses

Luis Gomez-Imbert and Jeff Bradetich, Double Basses
"Andai's clear, no-nonsense beat and attention to textural details elicited finely blended playing from the entire orchestra." - Lawrence Budmen, South Florida Classical Review
Bach's Brandenburg Concertos are a collection of diverse instrumental pieces, each one requiring a distinctive combination of musical sounds. Prokofiev's First Symphony was greatly influenced by the classical masters, while Garcia's Voces Celestiales showcases the unique textures of the string bass with soloists Jeff Bradetich and Luis Gomez-Imbert. Also featuring World Premiere compositions by Music Director Eduardo Marturet, and Composer-in-Residence Sam Hyken, inspired by student paintings and stories from Overtown's "Touching Miami with Love" program.

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DateLocation
Sat., April 05, 2014 8:00 PMHerbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center (Miami)
Sun., April 06, 2014 6:00 PMSouth Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center (Miami)
Program
Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 in F Major, BWV 1046
Garcia: Voces Celestiales for Two Double Basess (World Premiere)
with Jeff Bradetich and Luis Gomez-Imbert, Double Basses
Eduardo Marturet & Sam Hyken: 5 paintings + 5 stories (World Premiere)
Prokofiev: Symphony No. 1 in D Major, Op. 25 "Classical"
Daniel Andai, conductor
Triple Russians

Don't miss pianist Konstantin Soukhovetski with "Romanticism so intense it warms up Philip Glass." (The New York Times)
"Very impressed. I liked the high level of musicianship. I left the concert hall saying - WOW!"

"Wonderful orchestra and cannot be in a better direction than with Mr. Eduardo Marturet - Bravo!"

"I am very impressed. The orchestra's performance is fantastic and Mr. Marturet is outstanding."

- 2013 Audience Survey
The Miami Symphony Orchestra welcomes back pianist Konstantin Soukhovetski for a momentous evening of Russian music, featuring the deep, heartfelt passion of Rachmaninov's Second Piano Concerto. Embracing the tradition of the grand Romantic piano concerto, the themes from this virtuosic work have captured the hearts of music-lovers with their mysterious depth and sensitivity. Dance music from the opera Prince Igor, as well as Tchaikovsky's renowned and majestic Symphony No. 5 brings MISO's historic 25th Anniversary Season to a close.

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DateLocation
Sun., May 04, 2014 8:00 PMAdrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County - Knight Concert Hall (Miami)
Program
Borodin: Polovtsian Dances from Prince Igor
Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Op. 18
with Konstantin Soukhovetski, Piano
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 in E minor, Op. 64
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
Sponsor:

Konstantin Soukhovetski's appearance is sponsored by Artsglobal, an international foundation holding 501c3 status, supporting young artists of exceptional talent: please see artsglobal.org or contact heatherdehaes@artsglobal.org for more information.
Grand Season Opening

Lola Astanova, piano
"The Miami Symphony came across demonstrating their visible enthusiasm for the music and the excellent abilities of the ensemble." - Richard Yates, South Florida Classical Review
Considered by some to be among the most watched virtuoso performers in the world, YouTube sensation Lola Astanova brings her distinct visual flair to the Adrienne Arsht Center  for an unforgettable evening of music.  Led by Maestro Eduardo Marturet, her riveting and deeply emotional style embodies Rachmaninov's irresistible melodies, in a program that also features Brahms' masterful Symphony No. 1, declared "the greatest symphony since Beethoven's Ninth."
DateLocation
Sun., October 20, 2013 8:00 PMAdrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County - Knight Concert Hall (Miami)
Program
Mendelssohn: Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage, Op. 27
Rachmaninov: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 43
with Lola Astanova, Piano
Brahms: Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
50 Years of The Beatles Arrival in Miami

Fernando Duprat, Executive Producer
It has been 50 years since the Beatles arrived at Miami International Airport to make their first American television appearance on the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City, and music would never be the same again. This historic broadcast will be commemorated live on stage in the John S. and James L. Knight Concert Hall, with original works by Maestro Marturet, Composer-in-Residence Sam Hyken, and "with a little help from our friends," vocalist Ruben Studdard and celebrity bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis. Introducing Make Your Own Peace, celebrate this significant moment in South Florida with some of the most influential rock and symphonic music of all time.
DateLocation
Program
Samuel Hyken: The Beatles Guide to the Orchestra
with Juan Pablo Galavis, narrator
Peter Breiner: Beatles Go Baroque
with Daniel Andai, violin
Florencia Di Concilio: On Golden Slumbers (world premiere)
with Ciro Fodere, piano
Alejandro Campos: On Imagine on the Long and Winding Road
with Ruben Studdard, vocalist
Eduardo Marturet: Variations on "With a Little Help from my Friends" (world premiere)
with The David Anderson Ensemble,
with Haven Star, vocalist
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
Sponsors:

World Music Group
Introducing Make Your Own Peace
Ocean Drive in Vienna

Experience music from Vienna with a Latin twist of Overtures, Waltzes and Dances, introducing the world premiere of Sam Hyken's "Concertino for Toy Piano," featuring Julia Bueno. Sponsored in part by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, make it your family's New Year's tradition to relax in the tropical sounds of South Florida together with your Viennese favorites!

Special appearance by Oscar D’León and Ismael Cala
DateLocation
Sun., January 19, 2014 8:00 PMAdrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County - Knight Concert Hall (Miami)
Program
Sam Hyken: Concertino for Toy Piano
with Julia Bueno, toy piano
Various: Overtures, Waltzes & Dances (TBA)
with Daniel Andai, violinist
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
Sponsor:

This evening's program is sponsored by Mercantil Commercebank
MISO for the Family

Marvel at some of the world's most incredible animals as Jungle Island hosts MISO in an unforgettable performance inside the covered Parrot Bowl amphitheater on Saturday at noon. Any performance of a two-piano concerto is surely a treat, especially when it is one of Saint-Saëns most popular works - Carnival of the Animals, a brilliant and fun piece full of witty musical references that kids and families of all ages will enjoy. Also performing Saturday night at the University of Miami's Gusman Concert Hall, Haydn's fun-loving "Toy" Symphony features select children to perform alongside MISO. 

* Entrance to Jungle Island Park is included in the price of the ticket for Saturday's noon concert.
DateLocation
Sat., January 25, 2014 8:00 PMSouth Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center (Miami)
Sun., January 26, 2014 4:00 PMCollins Park at The Bass Museum of Art (Miami Beach)
Program
Saint-Saëns: Carnival of the Animals for Two Pianos and Chamber Orchestra
with Duo Impuls / Sebastian and Barbara Bartmann, pianos
with Barbara Becker and Athina Klioumi, narrators
Haydn: Toy Symphony in C Major, Op. 62
Eduardo Marturet and Marcoantonio Real-d'Arbelles, conductor
Sponsors:

This concert is made possible by the Dranoff Two Piano Foundation.
This concert is made possible by the Jungle Island Park.
Your Valentine Date

Alondra de la Parra, conductor
Like expensive silks caressing the skin, envelop your romantic senses with the lush timbres of Prokofiev, Debussy, Bernstein and Márquez. Whether it's your first date, or the anniversary of your very first date, watch Mexican conductor Alondra de la Parra and Brazilian pianist Linda Bustani manipulate the seductive sounds of the waltz, with the flair of Addinsell's Warsaw Concerto, to create enduring musical memories that will surely last a lifetime.
DateLocation
Program
Prokofiev: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in D-flat major, Op. 10
Addinsell: Warsaw Concerto
with Linda Bustani, piano
Debussy: Prelude to the afternoon of a Faun
Bernstein: On the Waterfront
Márquez: Danzón No. 2
Eduardo Marturet and Marcoantonio Real-d'Arbelles, conductor
Sounds from Hollywood

Fernando Duprat, Executive Producer
Discover the magic behind the movies in what's rapidly becoming one of MISO's most popular series.  Enhanced with multimedia visual imagery from the big screen, "Sounds from Hollywood" features selections of popular film scores from Hollywood’s most prolific composers.
DateLocation
Program
Eduardo Marturet and Marcoantonio Real-d'Arbelles, conductor
Moz-Art

Ignasi Cambra, piano
Mozart's concertos for piano are considered to be some of his finest compositions. His K. 488 remains one of the most regularly performed today, and was described by one observer as "a fragile structure of glass, through which the piano is often heard only faintly." Pianist Ignasi Cambra has received several prizes in international piano competitions, and joins guest conductor Daniel Andai in a special evening combining the roots of classical music alongside the parallel world of the visual arts.
DateLocation
Program
Salieri: Sinfonia in D Major "La Veneziana"
Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major, K. 488
with Ignasi Cambra, piano
Desenne: Sinfonia Clasica (North American premiere)
Eduardo Marturet and Marcoantonio Real-d'Arbelles, conductor
The Steinway & Sons Piano Extravaganza

The superior sounds from six grand pianos will be showcased in a climactic conclusion to MISO's "Grand Season of the Piano."  In celebration of Steinway & Sons 161st Anniversary, this powerful piano extravaganza  includes concertos for one and three soloists, a world premiere for two pianists and Liszt's massive musical potpourri of six pianos, formed from five variations by colleagues Thalberg, Pixis, Herz, Czerny and Chopin.  Liszt added the movements to his original version and titled the entire work Hexameron, a Greek word reflecting the sacred six days of creation.
DateLocation
Program
Khachaturian: Piano Concerto in D-Flat Major, Op. 38
with Elisha Abas, piano
Mehmari: Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra (world premiere)
with Christopher O’Riley and André Mehmari, pianos
Mozart: Concerto No. 7 in F Major for Three Pianos and Orchestra, K. 242
with Roberto Berrocal, Ciro Fodere and Marina Radiushina, pianos
Liszt: Hexameron for Six Pianos and Orchestra
with all 6 pianists,
Eduardo Marturet and Marcoantonio Real-d'Arbelles, conductor
Grand Season Opening

"The Miami Symphony came across demonstrating their visible enthusiasm for the music and the excellent abilities of the ensemble." - Richard Yates, South Florida Classical Review
Cremisini - Echoes (World Premiere) | Schubert - Symphony in B minor "Unfinished" | Brahms - Symphony No. 4 E minor, Op. 98
DateLocation
Sun., October 20, 2013 8:00 PMAdrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County - Knight Concert Hall (Miami)
Program
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
MISO CHIC

Eduardo Marturet, conductor
Fernando Duprat, Executive Producer
The off-season concert of the year, America Developing Smiles and Maman Fine Art present MISO CHIC, a celebration where music meets fashion and arts to give attendees an immersive multimedia experience! A visual feast with ultra-large screens that show beautiful images in total harmony with the music. Lights and visuals will follow the orchestra in total synchronicity, accompanied by beautiful models live on stage showcasing Nicolas Felizola’s new collection: Vibrations. People will enjoy a unique opportunity to see Miami Symphony conductor, Eduardo Marturet, assembling everything together in front of their eyes! Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind event!
DateLocation
Program
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
North Beach Bandshell (FREE CONCERT)

Enjoy the unforgettable sounds for MISO in the beautiful oceanfront setting of the North Beach Bandshell. A select group of musicians perform timeless classical, contemporary, and holiday favorites bringing together audiences of all ages to Miami Beach's iconic open-air amphitheater.
DateLocation
Program
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
Ocean Drive in Vienna

See what's quickly becoming a New Year's tradition in MISO's annual installment of music from Vienna with a Latin twist of overtures, waltzes and dances, sponsored by Mercantil Commercebank and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Relax in the tropical sounds of South Florida with your Viennese favorites, and experience the world premiere performance of VARIATIONS on "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star" for Solo Whistler and Orchestra.
DateLocation
Sun., January 19, 2014 8:00 PMAdrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County - Knight Concert Hall (Miami)
Program
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
MISO for the Family (FREE CONCERT)

An entertaining performance full of musical references that families with kids of all ages will enjoy.
DateLocation
Program
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
MISO for the Family ( FREE CONCERT )

The Bass Museum at Collins Park
An entertaining performance full of musical references that families with kids of all ages will enjoy.
DateLocation
Program
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
MISO with Placido Domingo

American Airlines Arena
The living legend, Plácido Domingo kicks off at the American Airlines Arena on Thursday, January 28th, 2016 at 8:00pm. He will be performing a selection of well-known songs from his repertoire, hits from Broadway musicals as well as all-time audience favorites including “Granada” and “Bésame Mucho”.
DateLocation
Program
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
Miami Rocks

MIAMI ROCKS
in a city where music is everything.
DateLocation
Program
:
with Brev Sullivan, electric guitar
with Louis Amanti, vocalist
with Lola Astanova, piano
with Tiempo Libre, Afro-cuban ensamble
with Haven Star, vocalist
with Nathan Pacheco, vocalist
with Sam Moore, vocalist
with King David, vocalist
with Victor Valdez, vocalist
with Malena Burke, vocalist
with Tony Medina, Electric Guitar
with EnVee , Vocalist
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
Towards Light & Meditation

Daniel Andai
2012 Latin Grammy winner Cuarteto Latinoamericano one of the world's most renowned classical music ensembles, has premiered more than 100 works written solely for them. Concertmaster, frequent soloist and guest conductor Daniel Andai leads MISO in a special evening of chamber music, showcasing Piazzolla's delicate "Spring" from the Four Seasons, and Mendelssohn's seldom performed Double Concerto for Violin and Piano.
DateLocation
Program
Piazzolla: Spring from the Four Seasons
Garcia: Towards the Light: Into the Numinous (World Premiere)
with Cuarteto Latinoamericano,
Marturet: Canto LLano 2 (World Premiere)
Mendelssohn: Double Concerto for Violin and Piano
with Ciro Fodere, piano
with Daniel Andai, violinist
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
Grand Season Finale

Lola Astanova, piano
MISO welcomes back the stunningly beautiful virtuoso pianist Lola Astanova, performing Mozart's first piano concerto ever written in a minor key. LEFRAK Nothing Left (South Florida Premiere), and Sibelius' epic Fifth Symphony culminate a heroic, optimistic conclusion to MISO's 2015/2016 season.
DateLocation
Program
LEFRAK Nothing Left: (South Florida Premiere)
Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K. 466
with Lola Astanova, piano
Sibelius: Symphony No. 5 in E-flat major, Op. 82
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
Big Hats & Bow Ties Brunch 2016

Join us for this great event
DateLocation
Program
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
Grand Season Opening 2016/17

Start the new season with an outstanding program
DateLocation
Program
Ravel: Bolero
Di Concilio: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra ( World Premiere ) with Ciro Fodere - Piano
Rimsky - Korsakov: Shceherezade
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
MISO CHIC II

Eduardo Marturet, conductor
Fernando Duprat, Executive Producer
Following the spectacular success of the first MISO-CHIC dedicated to fashion, this season MISO-CHIC will be presenting a visual arts extravaganza. Painting, sculpture, and urban street art with live performances on stage. Music and Color will be combined as paint for the soul.
DateLocation
Program
Marturet-Mikesell: Pictures of an Exhibition (World Premiere)
LeFrak: Variations on work by Sandra Muss (World Premiere)
and music by Beethoven, Brahms, Debussy, Ravel, and Strauss:
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
MISO Pop Up Series at the Design District

MISO's performance in the heart of the Miami Design District
DateLocation
Program
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
Ocean Drive in Vienna

Our untraditional Viennese program with a twist of South Beach!
DateLocation
Sun., January 19, 2014 8:00 PMAdrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County - Knight Concert Hall (Miami)
Program
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
MISO Pop Up Series at the Design District II

MISO's performance in the heart of the Miami Design District
DateLocation
Program
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
MISO in the Parks I

MISO's tradition of playing in parks continues
DateLocation
Program
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
A VALENTINE PREVIEW with RUDY PEREZ
POSTPONED FOR THE 2017-2018 SEASON

THIS SHOW HAS BEEN POSTPONED FOR MISO'S NEXT SEASON
DateLocation
Program
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
MISO in the Parks II

MISO's tradition of playing in parks continues
DateLocation
Program
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
MISO Pop Up Series at the Design District III

MISO's performance in the heart of the Miami Design District
DateLocation
Program
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
LOVE AND BETRAYAL

A World Premiere Event
DateLocation
Program
Wagner: Prelude & Liebestod
Rodriguez: Love & Betrayal (World Premiere)
(Duo concertante on themes of Carmen By George Bizet)
Chi Chi Nwanoku and Luis Gomez-Imbert - Double Basses
Prokofiev: Romeo & Juliet
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
GOLDEN SOUNDS FROM HOLLYWOOD

MISO brings back the extremely succesful production of Hollywood music performed together in sync with the movies.
Daniel Andai - Conductor
Fernando Duprat - Executive Producer
DateLocation
Sat., December 14, 2013 8:00 PMHerbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center (Miami)
Sun., December 15, 2013 8:00 PMNew World Center (Miami Beach)
Program
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
BEETHOVENMANIA

An evening with Beethoven
DateLocation
Program
Beethoven: Leonora Overture Number 3
Beethoven: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7
*(introducing the winner of the MISO/Stenway Miami 2017 Young Pianist International Competition)
Eduardo Marturet, conductor
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