MIAMI--()--As The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) kicked off its 23rd season of 14 concerts in major theaters and cultural centers of the city, the orchestra’s 80 musicians will delight audiences with the unique style that has characterized Maestro Eduardo Marturet’s 39-year international career.
“We deeply appreciate Davos Financial Group’s support for Miami’s hometown professional orchestra and for our cultural community as a whole. We look forward to many years of partnership with Davos.”
Events such as MISO’s new season imprint the cultural activity of the society of Miami, giving the community access to events found only in the most important international venues. Under the direction of Maestro Marturet, MISO represents exceptional talent and diversity that reflects the wealth of an international and multicultural city, hence the importance of providing institutional support for their growth and expansion of their educational programs in the community.
Davos Financial Group has decided to join the list of companies concerned with maintaining and perpetuating cultural activities of organizations such as The Miami Symphony Orchestra which are currently affected by economic sustainability issues. In light of this, Davos Group’s CEO David Osio commented: "It's the concern and responsibility of companies like ours to support a cultural institution such as MISO and give continuity to events in this category, which enrich the cultural level of our community."
Maestro Marturet expressed his gratitude: “We deeply appreciate Davos Financial Group’s support for Miami’s hometown professional orchestra and for our cultural community as a whole. We look forward to many years of partnership with Davos.”