The Miami Design District Welcomes Back The Miami Symphony Orchestra

Posted by Maryanne Salvat On February - 17 - 2023

The Miami Design District welcomes back The Miami Symphony Orchestra, proclaimed the Official Symphony Orchestra of the City of Miami, for a community open-air concert outside the neighborhood’s 100-yearold Moore Building.
Taking place on Monday, February 20th and supported by Mayor Francis Suarez, the concert is produced by famed musician and producer Emilio Estefan and hosted by Dacra CEO & President, Craig Robins.
Kicking off at 6:30PM with opening performances by Jon Secada and The Tenors, the Miami Design District will be closing off NE 40th Street, paved by a signature red carpet, to make way for the celebration, which is free and open to the public.
Followed by the opening performances, Maestro Eduardo Marturet will recreate the original 1922 official concert repertoire in collaboration with Emilio Estefan. Built in 1921, The Moore Building is the neighborhood’s most historic venue and also home to renowned architect Zaha Hadid’s iconic site-specific installation, “Elastika.”
One hundred years into its remarkable history and now under the stewardship of hospitality company WoodHouse, The Moore Building is being reimagined as a restaurant, executive workspace, boutique hotel and private members club, known as The Moore.
Breathing new life into the Miami landmark, WoodHouse will transform The Moore Building into the new social home of the Miami Design District.

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Self-parking is available at Palm Court, Paradise and City View Garages. Valet parking is available on NE 39th Street.

WHEN: Monday, February 20th at 6:30 PM

WHERE: Miami Design District 160 NE 40th St. Miami, FL 33137

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