Buscan algo nuevo que hacer en Miami? Como le parece un concierto orchestral en el Aueropuerto de Miami cortesia de Miami Symphony Orchestra?
Miami Symphony Orchestra, con el Maestro Eduardo Marturet, presenta Musica en Citios Insuspechados como parte de una serie de conciertos para la communidad de Miami
el concierto se pretende destacar el talento musical y el desarrollo cultural. de la ciudad
La presentacion de musica classica con el pianista russo Yuri Shadrin destaca las composisciones classicas por Rachmaninoff, Brahms y Dvorak .
The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) surprised arriving passengers into Miami International Airport (MIA) by giving them a warm musical welcome as part of MIA’s mission to showcase Miami’s vast cultural offerings, including Miami Symphony Orchestra and in conjunction with MISO’s Music in Unsuspected Spaced community concert series. MISO partnered with the Miami-Dade Aviation Department to perform a symphonic concert at Miami International Airport’s South Terminal on Saturday, May 14th, 2011.
The Miami-Dade Aviation Department, a strong supporter of MISO and cultural initiatives, agreed that providing this performance is step toward achieving their common goals of enriching the community.A full size ninety piece symphony orchestra, accompanied by Russian born Virtuoso Yury Shadrin at the piano under the masterful conduction of Eduardo Marturet is indeed a world-class performance not many would expect to experience in an airport terminal but surely will delight the traveling passengers and will be a memorable cultural experience they will take away from Miami.
The event is made possible with the generous support by Miami-Dade Cultural Affairs, Miami-Dade County, Miami-Dade Aviation Department, MIA Galleries, Steinway Piano Gallery, FIJI Water, Donald J. Pliner and JLPR.
“This project is the result of a mutual concern of both institutions to give our city a new face. Our city is buoying with new artistic happenings. Art Basel, Wynwood Art Walk, the New World Center, and of course, us. We want everyone to know that Miami has more to offer than just South Beach and shopping centers,” Maestro Eduardo Marturet said.
Featuring the works of their Romantic Finale concert:
Brahms: Academic Festival Overture
Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor
Dvorak: Symphony No. 8 in G major
with Yury Shadrin, Piano
Eduardo Marturet, Conductor