Sunday, October 4

The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) opens up its twenty-seventh season with a rousing season opener consisting of classical favorites and original compositions. The season opener misologowill take place at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts’ Knight Concert Hall on Sunday, October 4, beginning at 6 p.m.

Not only is MISO celebrating its 27th season, but MISO’s conductor, Eduardo Marturet, will be celebrating his tenth consecutive season as artistic director. The program will begin with MISO’s composer-in-residence, Tulio Cremisini, debuting his latest composition, called “Echoes.” From there, Maestro Marturet will lead the Symphony in one of the most fondly-remembered classical works, the “Unfinished Symphony” (Symphony in B Minor), by the prolific Austrian composer Franz Schubert. Afterwards, the Symphony will perform the dramatic and intense selection Symphony No. 4 in E Minor, Op. 98, by the 19th century German composer Johannes Brahms.

The 2015/16 season will continue with MISO’s Eduardo_Marturet_Dirigiendomost popular annual concert, “Ocean Drive in Vienna,” which will be performed at the Adrienne Arsht Center on Sunday, January 10, 2016. On Sunday, March 20, 2016, last season’s fan favorite pianist, Lola Astanova, will be joined by Victor Hugo Villena and Brev Sullivan for “Miami Rocks.” The season finale will also feature Astanova as conducted by Maestro Marturet.

Tickets to the entire season’s MISO performances can be bought for as little as $184 per person, and can be purchased online at or by calling the MISO box office at (305) 275-5666. To buy tickets to specific performances, such as the October 4 season opener, call the MISO box office to reserve your passes.

The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) consists of over 80 misicians from around the world. Its mission is “to present symphonic music of consistently high performance standards to a culturally diverse audience, and in a variety of settings and formats, with the aim of educating, engaging, and enriching the community of one of the world’s most international cities.” For more information on MISO, visit