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Saturday, February 14, 2015
at 6:00 p.m.
South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center
Sunday, February 15, 2015
at 8:00 p.m.
New World Center (Miami Beach)
Linda Bustani - piano
Alondra de la Parra - conductor
STRATEGIC ALLIANCES
Strategic Alliances is a program comprised of artists and organizations closely involved with The
Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO). With primary interests in establishing strong artistic and
institutional relationships with MISO, the artists and organizations forming the Strategic Alliances
share an artistic vision to support MISO’s potential for enormous growth. The synergy created
between the alliances and The Miami Symphony Orchestra is limitless.
CONDUCTORS
Gustavo Dudamel
Philippe Entremont
Giancarlo Guerrero
Alondra de la Parra
PIANIST
Philippe Entremont
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SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
TRUMPET
Francisco Flores
CLARINET
Alexander Fiterstein
HARMONICA
Antonio Serrano
OBOE
Veit Stolzenberger
DOUBLE BASS
Edicson Ruiz
CHAMBER GROUP
Tf3 (Time for Three)
COMPOSER
Joaquin De Haro
INSTITUTIONAL
Allapattah Children & Youth Symphony (Academic Tutelage)
Dranoff International 2 Piano Foundation
“El Sistema” Venezuela (Cultural Exchange and Education)
Florida International University - FIU
Ford Motor Company Fund “Ford Made in America” (New Music)
Greater Miami Youth Symphony
Hispanic Friends of Israel
Make Your Own Peace Foundation
The M Building
The Patricia and Philip Frost Art Museum
Rise Kern Cultural Presentations
Steinway & Sons Piano Gallery Miami
Touching Miami with Love
University of Miami - Frost School of Music
World Music Group
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MUSIC DIRECTOR & CONDUCTOR
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Rafael Diaz-Balart* CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
Robert J. Rodriguez VICE-CHAIRMAN
Peggy J. Garcia* SECRETARY
Eugenio Maslowski* TREASURER
Ariel Acosta
Daniel Andai*
Marcelino Bellosta
Otto Busot
Luis A. Cordero
Enrique Cusco
Fernando Duprat*
Rafael Egañez
Antonio Estefan
Jerry Haar*
Denis Ignatov
Andrew Korge
Eduardo Marturet*
Daniel J. O’Malley
Sofia Ochoa
David Osio
Eduardo Rabassa*
Beatriz Rangel
Eduardo A. Sarasola
Pedro J. Torres
*Executive Committee Members
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR
Maricarmen Tredunlo
MARKETING DIRECTOR
Matthew Marshall
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
Fernando Duprat
SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS
Vilma Otazo
OUTREACH PROGRAM COORDINATOR
Terry Bonelli
MUSIC LIBRARIAN
Terry Bonelli
ASSISTANT CONDUCTOR
Marcoantonio Real-d’Arbelles
COMPOSERS-IN-RESIDENCE
Paul Desenne
Florencia Di Concilio
Orlando Garcia
Samuel Hyken
Andre Mehmari
ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE
Kiran Akal
Erik Speyer
Mauricio Vegas
VIDEO RECORDING
Gabriel Cutiño
WEBMASTER
April Enoe
SOCIAL MEDIA
Reina Venturini
MISO OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS
Robert Andai
Maria Baez
Eduardo Hernandez
Nick Norwood
Eduardo Segovia
MISO OFFICIAL HOTEL
JW Marriott Marquis Miami
MISO OFFICIAL RESTAURANT
Seaspice
MISO OFFICIAL HOME
Natcom Studios at Mana Wynwood
PRODUCTION TEAM
Romel Fuenmayor
Deborah Bendayan Ponte
CREATIVE DIRECTOR
Daniel Batlle
OFFICE MANAGER
Rita Kronheim
GRANTS DIRECTOR
Pola Reydburd
DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR
Melissa Pupo Llorens
The Miami Symphony Orchestra
10689 North Kendall Drive,
Suite 307, Miami, FL 33176
(305) 275-5666
[email protected]
www.themiso.org
THE MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
Jose Antonio Abreu (Venezuela)
Fernando Paiz (Guatemala)
Juan Antonio Perez Simon (Mexico)
Raul Suarez (Cuba-USA)
Nina Zambrano (Mexico)
ADVISORY BOARD
Iran Issa-Khan
Francisco Angulo
Tomas Alonso
Barbara Becker
Alfredo Beracasa
Elizabeth Kane
Beracasa
Criselda Breene
Alejandro Grimaldi
Victor Kendall
Ali Mahalati
Sam Robin
Marcos Santana
Terry Schechter
Raul Valdes-Fauli
Paul Vrooman
HONORARY AMBASSADORS
Bob Abreu
José María Aznar
Andy Garcia
Carolina Herrera
Mark B. Rosenberg
The Miami Symphony Orchestra’s 2014-2015 Concert Season is made possible thanks to
the generous support of the following individual and corporate sponsors:
ACTUALIDAD 1020
CITI WEALTH MANAGEMENT - LATIN AMERICA
CORDERO & ASSOCIATES
CRÉDIT AGRICOLE PRIVATE BANKING MIAMI
DAVOS FINANCIAL GROUP
DEEL VOLVO
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ANGEL GONZALEZ
JW MARRIOTT MARQUIS
MERCANTIL COMMERCEBANK
NATCOM
NEXUS DIGIPRINT
EVELYN & IGNACIO OBERTO
PARK FOUNDATION
PATRICK PARK
SBA AIRLINES
BARBARA A. STIEFEL
STEINWAY & SONS
SWAROVSKI
THE MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA IS SPONSORED IN PART BY THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS, 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 STATE OF FLORIDA, DEPARTMENT OF
STATE, DIVISION OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS AND THE FLORIDA COUNCIL ON ARTS AND CULTURE, THE CITY OF CORAL GABLES, THE
MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, AND THE MIAMI BEACH CULTURAL ARTS COUNCIL.
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the above, we apologize for any inadvertent errors
or omissions. Please notify The Miami Symphony Orchestra’s office of any changes by calling 305-275-5666.
INDIVIDUAL & CORPORATE SUPPORTERS
PLATINUM BATON
$100,000 AND ABOVE
Miami-Dade County Department of
Cultural Affairs and the Cultural
Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade
County Mayor and Board of
County Commissioners
Evelyn & Ignacio Oberto
Park Foundation
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$50,000 TO $99,999
Angel Gonzalez
Mercantil Commercebank
Barbara A. Stiefel
World Music Group
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Enrique Cusco
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Deel Volkswagen
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Rafael Diaz-Balart
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Fay Aronson
Stephen Baker
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CONDUCTOR’S CIRCLE
Actualidad 1020
Fernando Duprat
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PLATINUM BATON
Swarovski
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GRAND PATRON
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of Robert Allen Law, Legal Counsel
Luis Cordero & Associates,
Attorneys at Law
PATRON
Eduardo A. Sarasola
BENEFACTOR
All Printing
Christopher B. Dudley & Karen G. Dudley
League of American Orchestras
Erik & Jo Speyer
CONTRIBUTOR
Alejandro & Shari Grimaldi
Miami City Social
Viviana Gabeiras
Linda Bustani
O
ne of the most important South American
pianists of international projection, Linda
Bustani was an original disciple of Arnaldo Estrella
in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. At age 15 she received an
award at the International Competition Vianna da
Mota, Lisbon. Having previously won the national
contests of Salvador and Rio de Janeiro, Bustani was
invited by Iakov Zak to work under his guidance at
the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow, where he
was also a former student under Elisso Virsaladze.
Laureate of International Competitions in Bratislava
and Rio de Janeiro, Bustani effectively launched
her international career with the participation
in the International Competition of Leeds in England. This was followed by concerts
and recitals in various countries including Portugal, Netherlands (Concertgebouw,
Amsterdam), Belgium, Czech Republic (Czechoslovakia), Russia, Ukraine and
Georgia (USSR), Scotland, UK, Japan, Hungary, United States and Latin America.
Bustani has been a featured soloist with orchestras such as the New Philharmonia,
Bournemouth Symphony, City of Birmingham Symphony, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic,
BBC Welsh, BBC Scottish, Hallé Symphony, Bratislava, Brazilian Symphony Orchestra
(OSB), Orquestra Petrobras Pro Music (OPPM) and Orchestra Symphony of São
Paulo (Osesp). She has worked with conductors that include Simon Rattle, Charles
Groves, William Tausky, Anatoli Fistoulari, Louis Frémaux, Okko Kamu, Gunther
Herbig, John Neschling, Isaac Karabitchevsky, Eleazar de Carvalho, Roberto Duarte,
Henrique Morelenbaum Alceo Bocchino, Roberto Tibiriçá, Ligia Amadio, among others.
Transforming talent and energy into music is a delicate phenomenon, and in the early 1980s
Bustani began training young pianists in the search for deeper understanding of their creative
individuality. Currently, she divides her time between students of Rio de Janeiro and Sao
Paulo in an intense career as a soloist and chamber ensemble musician in Brazil and abroad.
Bustani won the Carlos Gomes Prize in 2003 as the top pianist of the year, the
most important Laurel in Brazil. In 2004 she appeared in Mexico, Morocco and
England receiving rave reviews, and from 2005 to 2008 she led notable concerts
in Brazil, before performing in Buenos Aires, England (Wigmore Hall) and Lebanon.
A review of her latest CD by the American magazine Fanfare, released under the Connoisseur
Society label in New York, stated that “the phenomenal Brazilian pianist Linda Bustani offers
what is probably the most important interpretation of Schumann’s Kreisleriana.” The Pravda
newspaper also expressed on their front page regarding the interpretation of Schumann,
that Bustani openly “plays with the heart strings.”
Alondra de la Parra
C
onductor Alondra de la Parra has gained widespread attention
for her spellbinding and vibrant performances, making her
one of the most compelling conductors of her generation. She
holds the distinction of being the first Mexican woman to conduct
in New York City, and is an official Cultural Ambassador of Mexico.
She has been heralded by Plácido Domingo as “an extraordinary
conductor” and the French newspaper Le Monde stated that
“there is no doubt, that with Alondra de la Parra classical music
has arrived into the XXI Century.”
De la Parra’s debut recording, Mi Alma Mexicana (My Mexican
Soul) with the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas (who she
founded in 2004 when she was only 23), was released by Sony
Classical in August 2010. The 2-CD set celebrates the 2010 Mexican Independence Bicentennial
with 200 years of Mexican orchestral music, some of it never before commercially available. The
album was among the Top 10 on the US Billboard Classical Chart, and it earned Platinum Record
status in Mexico in less than two months – a first for a classical recording in Mexico in more than
a decade. Just recently she recorded works by Stravinsky with the RSB Berlin Radio Symphony
Orchestra for her next CD release on Sony Classical.
Frequently in demand as guest conductor, de la Parra has led some of the most prestigious
orchestras of France, Germany, USA, Japan, Brazil, Sweden, Russia. Highlights of season 201415 include her return invitations with the RSB Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre de
Paris and Milan’s Cameristi della Scala. Following this, she will have her debut with the London
Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Bamberg Symphony, TonhalleOrchestra Zurich, Swedish Radio Symphony Orchesra and NHK Symphony Orchestra in Tokyo.
She will conduct the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Miami Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre
Symphonique de Québec, Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne and RTE National Symphony
Orchestra. Moreover, she will be working together with Tonkünstler Orchestra and the famous
German film music composer Enjott Schneider on a new CD project.
In Latin America, de la Parra has led the Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra and the Brazilian
Symphony Orchestra, the Buenos Aires Philharmonic in Argentina, Montevideo’s Philharmonic in
Uruguay and Venezuela’s Simón Bolivar Youth Orchestra, from whom she received their highest
award. In Mexico, she has conducted the orchestras of Aguascalientes, Jalisco, Sinaloa, Xalapa,
Puebla, San Luis Potosí, Estado de México and the National Symphony.
De la Parra has done multidisciplinary collaborations with different artists, such as actors Geoffrey
Rush and Robert Redford, film maker Michel Gondry, choreographer Christopher Wheeldon and
musicians like Gloria Estefan, Natalia Lafourcade, Gustavo Santaolalla, among others. De la Parra
performs frequently with Plácido Domingo.
Within the past five years alone, de la Parra has been featured on NBC’s Today Show, awarded
in Crain’s New York Business as one of their “40 under 40 New York’s Rising Stars”, singled out
in The Daily Beast as one of the “Young Rockstars of the Conducting World,” graced the cover of
Quality, Listen, Caras, Women’s Health, Central, Quién and Warp magazines, been the subject of
a major feature in The New York Times, recognized by Poder magazine as one of their “Top 20
under 40,” and named as one of six “Young Artists on the Rise” in Symphony magazine. She has
received several prizes such as “Artist of the year” Gente MGM.
Alondra de la Parra is represented worldwide by Tanja Dorn at IMG Artists.
2014/2015 SEASON
“GRAND SEASON OF THE PIANO”
YOUR VALENTINE DATE
Saturday, February 14th, 2015 at 6:00 p.m.
SOUTH MIAMI-DADE CULTURAL ARTS CENTER
Sunday, February 15th, 2015 at 8:00 p.m.
NEW WORLD CENTER
I
Sergei Prokofiev
Piano Concerto in D-flat Major, Op. 10
I. Allegro brioso II. Andante assai III. Allegro scherzando
Richard Addinsell
Warsaw Concerto
II
Claude Debussy
Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun
Leonard Bernstein
On the Waterfront
Symphonic Suite from the Film
Arturo Márquez
Danzón No. 2
Steinway is the official piano of The Miami Symphony Orchestra
LINDA BUSTANI – PIANO
ALONDRA DE LA PARRA – CONDUCTOR
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MUSICIANS
MUSICIANS
Violin I
Oboe
Daniel Andai
Concertmaster
Romel Fuenmayor
Acting Assistant Concertmaster
Riuben Frometa
David Fernandez
Siobhan Cronin
Alvaro Rojas
Rosa Batista
Michael Newell
Crismary Garcia
Renata Garcia
Silvana Lanfredi
Violin II
Liber Cuervos
Acting Principal
Luisa Duarte
Jesus Carnero
David Guevara
Susan Siman
Luz Angela Ortiz
Karla Geraci
Idanis Gallimore
Alex Bravo
Jill Sheer
Viola
David Riker
Sprite Crawford
Pearl Fuentes
Victor Torres
Marcela Fernandez
Alexandre Rodriguez
Caroline Buse
Acting Principal
Eugene Osadchy
Guest Principal
Carolina Cova
Konstantin Litvinenko
Maria Salas Michael Andrews
Nina Kasper
Essilevi Nadal
Patricia Cova
Bass
Principal
Principal Emeritus
Assistant Principal
Clarinet
Nuno Antunes
Andres Candamil
Jose Oliveira
Guest Principal
Saxophone
Dannel Espinoza
Bassoon
Kristina Nelson
Mark Slakoff
Benjamin Hightower
Acting Principal
French Horn
Hector Rodriguez
Principal
Matt Marshall Rhonda Kremer
Jon Anderson
Raul Rodriguez
Trumpet
Samuel Hyken
Aaron Norlund
Cameron Ghahremani
Mathew Shefcik
Principal
Karla Rojas
Guest Principal
Steve Saunders
Richard Kimball
Tuba
Alexis Urbina
Timpani
Tulio Cremisini
Principal
Principal
Percussion
Dexter Dwight
Karlyn Mason
Chad Patrick
Tom Bowden
Tyson Voigt
Jose Gregorio Hernandez
Harp
Flute
Carol Naveira-Nicholson
Suzan DeGooyer
Rene Miska
Guest Principal
Trombone
Cello
Luis Gomez-Imbert
Terry Bonelli
Hernan Matute
Zacherie Small
Antonio Camacho
Veroslav Taskov
Paul Chinen
Rachel Lueck
Kristina Finch
Keyboard
Ciro Fodere Acting Principal
Daniel Andai
H
ailed by The New York Times as an “Exemplary Leader” for leading members of the
New York Philharmonic and the Manhattan School of Music in Carnegie Hall, violinist
Daniel Andai has shared his versatile artistry as a soloist, recitalist, chamber musician,
concertmaster, conductor and recording artist in major concert venues across five
continents, the Middle East, the Caribbean and over 30 United States. He is a prizewinner
of national and international competitions and has appeared as a soloist with orchestras
around the world.
Daniel Andai is concertmaster, frequent soloist and guest conductor of The Miami Symphony
Orchestra (MISO). He was also concertmaster and frequent soloist of the Philharmonic
Orchestra of the Americas in New York with whom he recorded the Billboard’s highly rated
SONY Classical CD’s and made televised solo appearances for a crowd of millions during
Mexico’s Bicentennial celebrations at the Angel of Independence. He has held concertmaster
positions with orchestras in Mexico, Brazil, Switzerland and France, performed in the
sections of the New York Philharmonic and the Miyazaki Festival Orchestra in Japan, worked
closely with members of the Emerson, Vermeer, Cassatt and Miami String Quartets, and New
York Philharmonic, Pittsburgh Symphony, Metropolitan Opera, Berlin Philharmonic, Vienna
Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Chicago Symphony, New York City Ballet and New
York City Opera, among others.
Dr. Daniel Andai is the Dean of Music at the New World School of the Arts and the Artistic
Director of the Killington Music Festival in Vermont. Previously he served as violin professor
and chair of the Marialice Shivers Endowment in Fine Arts at the University of Texas in
Edinburg and served on faculties at Miami-Dade College and New World School of the Arts.
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Two tickets for all out-of-season concerts
Special pre/post concert meeting with MISO guest artists (location/time – TBD)
Individual/corporate name and logo will appear in all advertising materials, and on the
MISO website as a Conductor’s Circle sponsor of the concert season
Assistant Principal Artist Fund (10 Available) - $20,000 each
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Four season tickets
Meeting and photograph with artist recipient(s)
Full page color advertisement for four concerts of donor’s choice
Name/logo listed on website and in all programs and brochures throughout the season
Invitation to post-concert parties
Special meeting with MISO guest artists
Individual/corporate name and logo will appear in Playbills, and on the MISO website as a
Grand Patron sponsor of the concert season
Orchestral Artist Fund (50 Available) - $10,000 each
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Two season tickets
Meeting and photograph with artist recipient(s)
Full page color advertisement for two concerts of donor’s choice
Name/logos listed on website and in all programs and brochures throughout the season
Individual/corporate name and logo will appear in Playbills, and on the MISO website as a
Patron sponsor of the concert season
Park Foundation
Barbara A. Stiefel
Angel Gonzalez

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