The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO), now in its historic 33rd season, is Miami’s hometown professional symphony and a valuable contributor to Miami’s cultural fabric.

With 80 professional musicians selected from around the world, MISO represents the exceptional talent and diversity that mirrors South Florida’s international and multicultural richness.

With national and world premieres becoming more common, MISO is a source of growing local pride and support.
The mission of The Miami Symphony Orchestra 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.

Its new headquarters is located in The Miami Design District, one of the most emblematic areas of the city.

The Miami Symphony Orchestra has undoubtedly made history as it positions itself as a solid organization committed to the city of Miami and that will serve as a floor to develop future talents in the area of ​​music and arts; while delighting the citizens of a vibrant city that is constantly changing and evolving in the cultural scene.

The orchestra’s 2022/2023 season will comprise of three programs to be performed at the Adrienne Arsht Center – Knight Concert Hall, Doral Park, Miami Beach Botanical Garden, and a special Chamber Music Series performed in MISO Headquarters in the Miami Design District.

In addition to the concert season, the not-for-profit Symphony has conducted in its headquarters arts and education programs for children at no cost, such as MISO Summer Camp and Miso Children Voices and Ensemble.

The Symphony also provides low- or no-cost tickets to students, senior citizens, first responders, active military, and veterans in South Florida.

Founded in 1989 by the late Manuel Ochoa, since 2006 the baton has been in the hands of Eduardo Marturet, a Venezuelan composer and conductor acclaimed across three continents.

During his 16-year tenure, Maestro Marturet has taken MISO into the world-class professional symphony of Miami.

He states that “Ultimately, MISO belongs to the community, and our job is to raise the artistic level each and every year. Because of our loyal fans and supporters, our future looks bright as the glow of the great city of Miami.”

MISO’s energy and talent are significantly supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, the State of Florida Division of Cultural Affairs, the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, and the Miami Beach Cultural Arts Council.