FLORIDA – March 9, 2021 – Managing Partner Steven W. Zelkowitz has been appointed to the Board of Directors of The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO). MISO, now in its historic 31st season, is Miami's hometown professional symphony and a valuable contributor to Miami's cultural fabric. With 80 professional musicians selected from around the world, MISO represents the exceptional talent and diversity that mirrors South Florida's international and multicultural richness. With national and world premieres becoming more common, MISO is a source of growing local pride and support.
“I’m honored and humbled to have been appointed to MISO’s Board of Directors and to work alongside so many esteemed individuals. The Arts are as important today as ever as we move through the pandemic back to normalcy. I look forward to furthering MISO’s mission and supporting South Florida’s thriving culture," says Zelkowitz.
Steven’s practice includes complex real estate, land use and zoning matters for public and private clients including the sale and purchase, development, and financing of commercial and residential properties, leasing, lending, and title insurance. Steven’s 30+ years of experience has allowed him to represent an array of foreign and domestic clients, including condominium and hotel developments and other major infrastructure construction projects, such as airports and sports complexes. He also has significant financial services representation for institutional and private lenders and borrowers. Additionally, Steven handles public/private partnership transactions that include large-scale transportation and public works projects, and businesses establishing in, and relocating to, Florida in leveraging tax and other financial incentives.
The mission of The Miami Symphony Orchestra is to present symphonic music of consistently high performance standards to a culturally diverse audience, and in a variety of settings and formats, with the aim of educating, engaging, and enriching the community of one of the world’s most international cities.