Classical Music

Miami Symphony offers a heartfelt early valentine performance

 

South Florida Classical Review

A large and very enthusiastic audience turned out for the Miami Symphony Orchestra’s “Valentine Preview” concert Saturday night at Florida International University’s Wertheim Auditorium. Instead of programming candied romantic confections, music director Eduardo Marturet conceived a sophisticated mix of familiar and rarely heard scores, encompassing both seasoned tradition and path-breaking modernity. The program found conductor and orchestra in great form, in one of the ensemble’s most compelling performances of recent years.

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