The Miami Symphony Orchestra is proud to announce the creation of

“EL SISTEMA - MISO Music Education Program José A. Abreu” 
Eduardo Marturet with Maestro José Antonio Abreu who became a member of the
Miami Symphony Orchestra INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL in 2008.
The Miami Symphony Orchestra is proud to announce its new partnership with “El Sistema” from Venezuela, to create a new and innovative music educational platform never seen before in South Florida. Eduardo Marturet, Music Director and Conductor from MISO, and the family of the late and loved Maestro Jose Antonio Abreu, along with Eduardo Méndez, Executive Director of El Sistema from Venezuela, decided to name the program: “EL SISTEMA - MISO Music Education Program José A. Abreu” honoring the creator of one of the most innovative and effective learning programs in the history of music.

“No one better than Tarcisio Barreto to fill the position of Academic Director, based on his professional background with El Sistema in Venezuela. We are proud to have him and know this will be a huge success for the South Florida music system education” said Eduardo Marturet, Music Director and Conductor of MISO.

We all grew with the teachings from el Maestro Jose Antonio Abreu. The idea is to bring the original and unique El Sistema music education program for kids in South Florida. We know what this entails and it will be very positive for them.“ said Tarcisio Barreto, Academic Director of the new program. 

Last Wednesday, the Miami Symphony Orchestra Music Director Conductor Eduardo Marturet and Eduardo Mendez, Executive Director of El Sistema - Caracas, signed the agreement in a protocolar act via Zoom.
Maestro José Antonio Abreu receiving from Eduardo Marturet the Trustees Award at the 10th Anniversary of the Latin Grammys ceremony in Las Vegas, November 2009. In the picture with them Gabriel Abaroa Jr. president of the Latin Grammys and Neil Portnow president of the Recording Academy, Alejandro Carreño and Veronica Balda from EL SISTEMA Venezuela.
An extraordinary MISO Live Premiere you can't miss!


12:00 PM

A concert dedicated to our favorite composers from all times!


Johann Sebastian Bach/Tarcisio Barreto - Bach's Electric Journey for Electric Guitar and Orchestra on the Harpsichord Concertos (World Premiere)
a MISO 2019 Commission 
Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37 

Johannes Brahms - Symphony No. 3 in F major, Op. 90 

Miguel Barreto - Guitar
Ethan Ford - Piano
Eduardo Marturet - Conductor
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Faces of the
MISO Young Artists Program
The Miami Symphony Orchestra and its Music Director and Conductor Eduardo Marturet are pleased to present the new MISO's Young Artists Program. During many seasons MISO has been supporting and promoting the discovery of new talents, and now we have officially created a space for them.

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The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO), now in its historic 31st season, is Miami's hometown professional symphony and a valuable contributor to Miami's cultural fabric. With 80 professional musicians selected from around the world, MISO represents the exceptional talent and diversity that mirrors South Florida's international and multicultural richness. With national and world premieres becoming more common, MISO is a source of growing local pride and support.

Founded in 1989 by the late Manuel Ochoa, since 2006 the baton has been in the hands of Eduardo Marturet, a Venezuelan composer and conductor acclaimed across three continents. During his 15 year tenure Maestro Marturet has taken MISO into the world-class professional symphony of Miami. He states that "ultimately MISO belongs to the community, and our job is to raise the artistic level each and every year. Because of our loyal fans and supporters, our future looks bright as the glow of the great city of Miami."