Miami Symphony Orchestra makes its seasonal debut

By Samantha Rego….

Eduardo Marturet (left) conducts the Miami Symphony Orchestra.

The Miami Symphony Orchestra recently made its seasonal debut at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami. The orchestra, led by music director and conductor Eduardo Marturet, opened the energetic performance with Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7 and closed with Ravel’s Bolero.

The sold-out concert was highlighted with the guest appearance of world-renowned trumpeter Arturo Sandoval with the presentation of Carlos R. Rivera’s Concierto de Miami for Trumpet and Orchestra. The season premiere set the tone for an exciting array of concerts that will intrigue and please music enthusiasts.

Upcoming concerts include “Golden Sounds of Hollywood” (Dec. 10 and 12) featuring film scores of some of the most famous Hollywood composers.

Season subscriptions are on sale now. For details, visit online at or call 305-275-5666.

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