Maestro Eduardo Marturet of the Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) once said that "ultimately MISO belongs to the community, and our job is to raise the artistic level each and every year.”  In its latest pop-up series the internationally respected conductor and professional symphony are keeping their promise with free open-air concerts in the heart of the Miami Design District.  Mark your calendars for the next event on Friday, January 27, and prepare for an evening of discovery along with some of the greatest classical masters of all-time.     

Just this past December, the first concert in the series kicked-off with more than 800 people in Palm Court.  With a cash bar by Ella Café and artful sculptures in the open-air atrium, the stage will again be set for MISO’s January repertoire: Peter Tchaikovsky, Johannes Brahms, Johann Strauss, Dmitri Shostakovich, Giuseppe Verdi and Karen LeFrak.

This concert is just one of many creative ways that this neighborhood and emerging communities are designing fresh scenarios for social interactions, culture, and connection.  A multi-disciplinary approach to programming—mixing classical music, contemporary design and culinary flavors—reflects the layered beauty that’s unique to Miami as dynamic and diverse city.

MISO has been enriching audiences with performances throughout South Florida for 25 years. With national and World Premieres becoming more common, MISO is a source of growing local pride and support. The not-for-profit Symphony conducts arts and education programs for students in Miami-Dade Public School System and provides low- or no-cost tickets to students, senior citizens, first responders, active military and veterans in South Florida.

The next Miami Symphony Orchestra Pop Up Concert takes place on Friday, January 27 from 5 to 8 p.m. in Palm Court.  For complimentary admission, register HERE.

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