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

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July 2018
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SeattleBrahms, Elgar, & Franck

© Tom Marks Photography
Brahms, Elgar, Franck
Ron Thomas; Jeewon Park; James Ehnes; Amy Schwartz Moretti

SeattleBeethoven, Jacob, & Mendelssohn

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Beethoven, Jacob, Mendelssohn
Osmo Vänskä; Yura Lee; Julie Albers; Orion Weiss; James Ehnes

SeattleBerg, Bartok, & Bach

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Berg, Bartók, Bach
Osmo Vänskä; Jeewon Park; James Ehnes; Amy Schwartz Moretti; Richard O'Neill

SeattleChamber Music in the Park: Arensky & Brahms

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Arensky, Brahms
Erin Keefe; Yura Lee; Julie Albers; Ron Thomas

SeattleJerome Robbins Festival Program A

Stravinsky, Chopin, Bernstein, Debussy
Jerome Robbins; Pacific Northwest Ballet

SeattlePorgy and Bess

Gershwin: Porgy and Bess
John DeMain; Francesca Zambello; Seattle Opera; Peter J. Davison; Paul Tazewell; Alfred Walker; Kevin Short
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Dausgaard and Seattle Symphony take on an early Sibelius epic

Thomas Dausgaard © Brandon Patoc
Thomas Dausgaard, Seattle Symphony’s Music Director Designate, arrived in town to lead the orchestra and its chorus in an impassioned account of Kullervo, the rarely heard Sibelius epic.
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A visually stunning Aida at Seattle Opera

Gordon Hawkins (Amonasro) and Leah Crocetto (Aida) © Philip Newton
Francesca Zambello's hip-hop graffiti staging of Aida comes to Seattle. 
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Morlot brings underrated Stravinsky to dazzling life

Perséphone © Brandon Patoc
In their generous all-Stravinsky programme, Ludovic Morlot and Seattle Symphony uncover the hidden beauties of the neglected Perséphone through an innovative collaboration with visual artist Michael Curry.
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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.
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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. 
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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.
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