An evening with young artists
We are pleased to invite you to share an intimate view of the artistic life and work of the talented young artists May Kravitz and Aureo Puerta Carreño, and with them, our Music Director and Conductor Eduardo Marturet.

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5:00 pm Miami
2:00 pm Los Angeles
10:00 pm London
11:00 pm Berlin
12:00 am Athens
From Italy, Muti looks to reopen US classical music scene

By Colleen Barry | AP
June 22, 2020 at 7:17 a.m. EDT
‘’In the message of solidarity that I send to the entire cultural world, I give a signal from Ravenna, that at a certain point you can restart, you must restart, with caution and with care,’’ said Muti, who has been at the helm of some of the world’s most famous theaters, including Milan’s La Scala and London’s Philharmonia Orchestra. In the United States, he won accolades leading the Philadelphia Orchestra in the 1980s and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra since 2010.


Muti was to have conducted in April a symphony by African American composer Florence Price, which the program said “gives powerful voice to the African American experience.” Muti, who has been watching the Black Lives Matters protests from afar, said classical music must do more to integrate people of color.

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May Kravitz said: "music was my escape"; isn't it the same for many of us? Here she sings with us her powerful song Courageous, and we want to share it with you!
Our Music Director and Conductor Eduardo Marturet talks about music and gravitational waves, while composer and guitarist Aureo Puerta Carreño performs his charming piece A Song for You. This is a musical gift you can not miss.
People say that Brahms' Poco Allegretto from Symphony No. 3 can instill hope and uplift the spirit. Have a good time listening to this piece on our Digital Concert Hall.

Experience our exciting concerts in our  #DIGITALCONCERTHALL  from the comfort of your couch.

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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."