GOLDEN BATON 2019
THE MISO GOLDEN BATON RECOGNITION AWARD
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The MISO Golden Baton Recognition Award is given annually by the board of directors of the Miami Symphony Orchestra to an outstanding member of our community in recognition for his/ her invaluable contribution for the arts and culture in South Florida. Initiated in 2014 the award has been given to Judit Drucker, Mark Rosenberg, Michael Spring, Eduardo Padrón, Emilio Estefan and now Milly and Patrick Park in 2019.
THE MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND ITS MUSIC DIRECTOR AND CONDUCTOR EDUARDO MARTURET ARE PROUD TO PRESENT ITS ANNUAL GOLDEN BATON AWARD 2019 TO MILLY AND PATRICK PARK.

The Miami Symphony Orchestra and its Music Director and Conductor Eduardo Marturet were proud to present its annual golden baton award 2019 to Milly and Patrick Park.

The MISO Golden Baton Recognition Award is given annually by the board of directors of the Miami Symphony Orchestra to an outstanding member of our community in recognition for his/her invaluable contribution to the arts and culture in South Florida. Initiated in 2014, the award has been given to Judit Drucker, Mark Rosenberg, Michael Spring, Eduardo Padrón, Emilio Estefan, and this year we were proud and honored to present the award to Milly and Patrick Park during our opening season concert last Sunday October 20th at the Arsht Center in Miami.

This year’s Golden Baton Award was designed by Venezuelan artist Gustavo Fernandez , who is generally identified as an abstract expressionist/colorist artist. Fernández creation is an explosion of colors and texture. His abstract work is product of a long period of development and evolvement of intense thoughts based on his artistic experiences.

“We are so thrilled and proud to give the Golden Baton award to this wonderful couple who have supported the arts over the years,” adds Maestro Marturet, Music Director and Conductor.