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"The Grand Season of the Piano" In celebration of Steinway & Sons' 161st Anniversary


<ul><li><p>GRAND SEASON OPENINGSponsored by Park Foundation</p><p>Sunday, October 5 at 6:00 p.m.Adrienne Arsht Centers Knight Concert Hall</p><p>Mendelssohn - Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage, Op. 27Rachmaninov - Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 48</p><p>Brahms - Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68 </p><p>Lola Astanova - pianoEduardo Marturet - conductor</p><p>The Beatles U.S. Invasion: 50th AnniversarySunday, November 16 at 6:00 p.m.</p><p>Adrienne Arsht Centers Knight Concert Hall</p><p>Hyken - The Beatles Guide to the OrchestraBreiner - Beatles Go Baroque</p><p>Marturet - With a Little Help from my Friends(world premiere) </p><p>Rafael Diaz-Balart - narratorDaniel Andai - violinCiro Fodere - piano</p><p>Eduardo Marturet - conductor</p><p>The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) invites you to join us for its 2014/2015 season, where you will experience an extravaganza of virtuoso piano music from around the world. In celebration of Steinway &amp; Sons 161st Anniversary, this season honors the artistry of the keyboard and its foundation in orchestral </p><p>repertoire with unique and rarely performed works seldom witnessed live in the concert hall. </p><p>MISOs opening night on Sunday, October 5 features the enchanting and powerful pianist Lola Astanova, and is followed by a succession of performances by world-renowned guest artists before culminating on May 3 at our Steinway &amp; Sons Piano Extravaganza, showcasing a grand total of six piano soloists </p><p>performing simultaneously on stage. </p><p>As a special thank you to our Season Ticket holders, you will be given priority access before the general public to the very best seats while locking in your exclusive subscriber discount. Together, we will create lasting memories with you, your family and friends this season, as we continue to engage and enrich </p><p>our vibrant South Florida community with the Gift of Music. </p><p>Warm regards, </p><p>Eduardo MarturetMusic Director &amp; Conductor</p><p>Nan</p><p>cy E</p><p>lliso</p><p>n Ph</p><p>otog</p><p>raph</p><p>y</p></li><li><p>OCEAN DRIVE IN VIENNA</p><p>Sunday, January 18 at 6:00 p.m.Adrienne Arsht Centers Knight Concert Hall</p><p>Music from Vienna with a Latin twist of Overtures, Waltzes and Dances featuring the world premiere of Sam Hykens Concertino for Toy Piano </p><p>Julia Bueno - toy pianoEduardo Marturet - conductor</p><p>MISO FOR THE FAMILY </p><p>YOUR VALENTINE DATESaturday, February 14 at 6:00 p.m.</p><p>South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center</p><p>Sunday, February 15 at 8:00 p.m.New World Center</p><p>Strauss - Burleske in D minor for Piano and OrchestraAddinsell - Warsaw Concerto</p><p>Debussy - Prelude to the Afternoon of a FaunBernstein - On the Waterfront</p><p>Marquez - Danzn No. 2 </p><p>Linda Bustani - pianoAlondra de la Parra - conductor</p><p>SOUNDS FROM HOLLYWOODSunday, March 8 at 6:00 p.m.</p><p>Adrienne Arsht Centers Knight Concert Hall</p><p>Enhanced with multimedia visual imagery from the big screen, Sounds from Hollywood features selections of popular film scores </p><p>from Hollywoods most prolific composers.</p><p>Fernando Duprat - Executive ProducerEduardo Marturet - conductor</p><p>Cou</p><p>rtes</p><p>y of</p><p> Uni</p><p>vers</p><p>al P</p><p>ictu</p><p>res</p><p>Leon</p><p>ardo</p><p> Man</p><p>zo P</p><p>hoto</p><p>grap</p><p>hy</p><p>Saturday, January 24 at 12:00 p.m.Parrot Bowl at Jungle Island</p><p>*Entrance to the park is included in the price of the ticket.</p><p>Saturday, January 24 at 8:00 p.m.Gusman Concert Hall at the University of Miami</p><p>Saint-Sans Carnival of the Animals for Two Pianos and Chamber Orchestra</p><p>Duo Impuls / Sebastian and Barbara Bartmann - pianosBarbara Becker and Athina Klioumi - narrators</p><p>Eduardo Marturet and Marco Real-dArbelles - conductors</p></li><li><p>FULL SEASON (8 concerts) </p><p>ARSHT CENTER (5 concerts)</p><p>The 26th Season from your hometown symphony orchestra, MISO represents a growing dedication towards continually raising the artistic level of our community, explained Maestro Marturet. Audience reaction from our performances over the past two seasons has been tremendous, as weve seen a steady growth in the number of enthusiastic subscribers!</p><p>SUBSCRIBE NOW AND ENJOY THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS:</p><p>FLEXIBILITY - Choose your own subscription package</p><p>PRIORITY - Select the best seats before individual tickets are released August 26 </p><p>SAVINGS - Returning Subscribers receive an additional 15% off the subscription price </p><p>REWARDS - Advance notice of special events and exclusive invitations</p><p>MOZ - ARTSaturday, April 11 at 6:00 p.m.</p><p>Wertheim Performing Arts Center at Florida International University</p><p>Sunday, April 12 at 6:00 p.m.South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center</p><p>Salieri - Sinfonia in D Major La VenezianaMozart - Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major, K. 488</p><p>Desenne - Sinfonia Clasica (North American premiere) </p><p>Ignasi Cambra - pianoDaniel Andai - conductor</p><p>THE STEINWAY &amp; SONS PIANO EXTRAVAGANZA</p><p>Sunday, May 3 at 6:00 p.m.Adrienne Arsht Centers Knight Concert Hall</p><p>Khachaturian - Piano Concerto in D-Flat Major, Op. 38Mehmari - Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra (world premiere)</p><p>Mozart - Concerto No. 7 in F Major for Three Pianos and Orchestra, K. 242Liszt - Hexameron for Six Pianos and Orchestra </p><p>Elisha Abas - pianoChristopher ORiley and Andr Mehmari - pianos</p><p>Roberto Berrocal, Ciro Fodere and Marina Radiushina - pianosEduardo Marturet - conductor</p><p> Section A - $488 Section B - $345 Section C - $260 Section D - $169</p><p>CHOOSE-YOUR-OWN (3+ concerts) Call the MISO Box Of ce at (305) 275-5666 for special discounts! </p><p>Section A - $660Section B - $460Section C - $346Section D - $221</p><p>*The price of each subscription re ects the face value of your ticket and any facility fees, and includes a $10.00 Arsht Center handling fee.**Prices, artists, dates, times and programs subject to change without notice.</p><p>Edua</p><p>rdo </p><p>Sego</p><p>via </p><p>Phot</p><p>ogra</p><p>phy</p></li><li><p> e Miami Symphony Orchestra10689 N Kendall Drive, Suite 307Miami, FL 33176</p><p>NON-PROFITORGANIZATION</p><p>U.S.POSTAGE</p><p>PAIDMIAMI, FL</p><p>PERMIT #3392</p><p>SUBSCRIBE EARLY AND SAVE! e Miami Symphony Orchestras nal performance of its 25th </p><p>anniversary season found the orchestra sounding better than ever polished, resonant, with outstanding </p><p>woodwind and brass playing. </p><p>- David Fleshler, South Florida Classical Review</p><p> (305) 275-5666</p><p>THE MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA IS SPONSORED IN PART BY THE STATE OF FLORIDA, DEPARTMENT OF STATE, DIVISION OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS AND THE FLORIDA COUNCIL ON ARTS AND CULTURE, MIAMI-DADE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS AND THE CULTURAL AFFAIRS COUNCIL, THE MIAMI-DADE MAYOR AND THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL, THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, AND THE MIAMI BEACH CULTURAL ARTS COUNCIL, MIAMI BEACH VISITOR AND CONVENTION AUTHORITY, AND THE CITY OF CORAL GABLES.</p></li></ul>