Bachtrack logo

Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Seattle, WA, United States

Use Bachtrack's search facility to find concerts, opera and dance events not only in this city but right around the world. Bachtrack has the largest number of upcoming events of any website, and if you want to read reviews of events which have taken place here, or in another country, you can search here for exactly the reviews which interest you.
March 2018
Evening performance
Matinee performance
Upcoming eventsSee more...

SeattleLeonard Bernstein at 100

Philharmonia Northwest; St Stephen’s Church Choir

SeattleBernstein Centennial

Copland, Bernstein
Northwest Sinfonietta; Eric Jacobsen

SeattleWonderful Town

Gardner, Bernstein
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot; Benjamin Lulich; Jessica Rivera; Kevin Deas; Seattle Symphony Chorale

SeattleCopland Symphony No. 3

Bernstein, Norman, Copland
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot; Johannes Moser

SeattleDirector's Choice

Poulenc, Einhorn, Bryars, Willems
Ezra Thomson; Ulysses Dove; William Forsythe; Pacific Northwest Ballet

SeattleSibelius Symphony No. 2

Sibelius, Britten
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot
Latest reviewsSee more...

Morlot conducts in Seattle, with and without heroes

Ludovic Morlot © Lisa Marie Mazzucco
In yet another intriguing programming maneuver, Seattle Symphony music director Ludovic Morlot devoted this weekend’s performances to the subject of heroism.
Read more

Dausgaard shows the wisdom of Seattle Symphony's choice

Thomas Dausgaard © Thomas Grondahl
If Principal Guest Conductor and Music Director Designate Thomas Dausgaard wore his array of conducting posts as a series of medals on the lapel of his tux, it would weigh him down considerably. 
Read more

A rediscovery and a première in Seattle

Ludovic Morlot © Chris Lee
When news of the discovery of Stravinsky's Funeral Song reached the classical music world, a near-revolution of excitement took place.
Read more

Messiah is Seattle Symphony’s “Glory to God”

Will Liverman © Fletcher Artist Management
“Leave your hoop skirts and swords at home,” the audience was advised, in order to avoid overcrowding when Handel’s Messiah premiered in Dublin in 1742.
Read more

A sensation in Seattle

Kirill Gerstein © Marco Borggreve
Late romantic music in the key of D minor reigned at Saturday night’s Seattle Symphony performance.
Read more

Strange beauty: Berlioz's Requiem in Seattle

Berlioz's Requiem in Seattle © Brandon Patoc
Continuing his celebration of the music of Hector Berlioz with the Seattle Symphony, Ludovic Morlot leads an enthralling performance of the epic Requiem.
Read more