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

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SeattleTchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1

Zemlinsky, Tchaikovsky
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Emmanuel Krivine; George Li

SeattleThe Magic Flute

Mozart: The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflöte)
Julia Jones; Chris Alexander; Seattle Opera; Robert Dahlstrom; Zandra Rhodes; Andrew Stenson; Randall Bills

SeattleItalian Masters

Vivaldi, Galuppi, Geminiani, Albinoni, Corelli
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Alessandro De Marchi; Artur Girsky; Mae Lin; Natasha Bazhanov; Mikhail Shmidt

SeattleRavel's Magical Opera

Bizet, Ravel, Mozart
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot; Jan Lisiecki; Michèle Losier; Yvonne Naef; Karine Deshayes

SeattlePekka Kuusisto Mendelssohn Violin Concerto

Grime, Mendelssohn, Nielsen
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Dausgaard; Pekka Kuusisto; Estelí Gomez; Taylor Ward

SeattleThe Genius Of Strauss

Strauss R.
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Dausgaard; Erin Wall
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“More Light! More Light!”

Ludovic Morlot and Seattle Symphony wrap up their two-year Beethoven cycle with a new perspective on the Fifth, by way of Bohuslav Martinů and a thrilling Bartók Second Piano Concerto featuring Bertrand Chamayou.
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Hilary Hahn and Ludovic Morlot ignite Seattle

Debussy provided a scintillating introduction to Hilary Hahn’s glorious rendering of Bruch’s Violin Concerto no. 1 in G minor and Prokofiev’s fiery Fifth Symphony. 
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Two Violettas in 24 hours in Seattle

Two fascinating casts make Peter Konwitschny's stripped-down Traviata a must-see artistic event in Seattle.
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Seattle begins New Year with Beethoven's Ninth

To open the new year, Seattle Symphony music director Ludovic Morlot chose a standard work, Beethoven’s Ninth, prefaced with an unusual one by French composer Olivier Messaien. 
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Elgar's Dream: transformative in Seattle

Edward Gardner paid a memorable visit to lead the Seattle Symphony in a transformative account of Elgar's The Dream of Gerontius.
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Khachatryan's Sibelius impresses in Seattle

Sibelius' Violin Concerto remains one of the true tests for violinists, and was performed with great emotional depth in Seattle by young Armenian violinist Sergey Khachatryan. 
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