Teresa Carreño Theatre
Marturet became the first Music Director of the Teresa Carreño Theatre in Caracas, Venezuela.
"Official" of the Order of Orange-Nassau
The “Official” of the Order of Orange-Nassau was bestowed upon Eduardo Marturet by Queen Beatrix of Holland.
This exhibit is the product of an ambitious research project concerning the scope of contemporary music and its ability to communicate, induce creative and sensitive attitudes in the public and change its intuitions.
Berliner Latin Tour
With Deutsche Bank’s support, Marturet led the Berliner Symphoniker on a fascinating Latin American tour through Caracas, Sao Paulo, Cordoba, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Mexico City and Monterrey
Johnnie Walker 30th Anniversary Party
Marturet celebrates 30 years with a black tie event given by Johnnie Walker Black Label. Follow his footsteps from when he became number six of eight in the “clan” headed by his grandfather in Caracas through his fascinating career which took him to many places with many accomplishments.
With more than 30 years of wonderful experiences, Marturet is excited about continuing to move forward to more projects, more ideas and more creations.
Miami Symphony Orchestra
Eduardo Marturet is appointed Conductor and Music Director of the Miami Symphony Orchestra.
Miranda Soundtrack Wins "Best Music" at the Mérida Film Festival.
The romantic soundtrack from the motion picture, “Francisco de Miranda” has won “Best Music” at the Mérida Film Festival in Venezuela. Listen and learn more about the Marturet’s latest movie soundtrack.
"Encantamento" Nominated for "Best Classical Album"
The Latin Grammy nominations is pleased to announce that Marturet’s “Encantamento” with the Berliner Symphoniker was nominated for “Best Classical Album” of the year.
Johnnie Walker Black Label "Walk With Giants"
Eduardo Marturet was honored to be the first Venezuelan chosen to participate in the “Walk with Giants” campaign by Johnnie Walker Black Label which culminated in a special concert for 6,000 people, 50 billboards across major cities, and this video specially produced for cinema and uTube.
The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) and Eduardo Marturet agree to a second five-year contract as Music Director and Conductor.
“The decision to renew his contract is of the utmost importance for the Board of Directors. We want to be able to count on his direction and leadership as he continues to strengthen the artistic content and music quality to levels that make all Miamians proud to truly call MISO their own orchestra.” says MISO Chairman, Rafael Diaz-Balart. The renewal extends the contract through July 31, 2017.
Marturet is awarded a Medal of Honor to the Merit of Congress
In March 2012, the flag of the United States was flown over the U.S. Capitol in honor of Eduardo Marturet, together with the Medal of Honor to the Merit of Congress.
Marturet was honored with a lifetime achievement award for having made significant contributions to the development of the U.S.
The awards ceremony took place on April 19th in the U.S. House Committee in D.C.
Eduardo Marturet: one of the 100 most influential latinos in Miami
In October 2012, Marturet was named one of the “100 most influential latinos in Miami”.
The ceremony was performed by Fusionarte Association, Pan-American Foundation and Televisa publishing.
In 2014, Maestro Eduardo Marturet was selected as a Steinway Artist, a distinguished list of musicians that includes classical pianists like Lang Lang, jazz stars like Diana Krall, pop icons like Billy Joel, and “immortals” like Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Sergei Rachmaninoff, and Arthur Rubinstein.
The Miami Symphony Orchestra announces that Eduardo Marturet has extended his contract as Music Director and Conductor for five more years, until 2022.
“I am extremely proud of the artistic achievements we have conquered together and look forward to five more years of exciting music making” Eduardo Marturet (June 2017)
Genius 100 Visionary
In March 2019, Marturet was included into the Genius 100 Visions Group, an active and engaged community of 100 exceptionally imaginative and impactful human beings.
Genius 100 brings accomplished and compassionate minds together to re-imagine the future – and to implement creative initiatives to improve it.
The organization is inspired by Albert Einstein’s words: “A new type of thinking is essential if mankind is to survive and move toward higher levels,” and it includes world renown luminaries like US Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, architect Frank Gehry, and conductor Zubin Mehta, all great visionaries [who] raise the bar on what is achievable within their fields.
Collectively, in collaboration, they can make the impossible possible.
The Miami Symphony Orchestra records Soundtrack for Telemundo's “La Reina del Sur 2”
The soundtrack is a collaboration between the orchestra’s conductor, Eduardo Marturet and Latin Grammy-nominated composer and musician Alberto Slezynger, who wrote the score with members of the team at his production company Personal Music.
The Miami Symphony Orchestra announces that Eduardo Marturet has extended his contract as Music Director and Conductor for five more years, until 2027.
“I strongly believe we are entering into a new world order, and are privilege to be more together than ever before. I’m extremely proud of our artistic achievements and the lives we have enriched together, and look forward to five more years of exciting music experiences with the Miami Symphony.” Eduardo Marturet (April 2020)