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

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SeattleSeattle Classic Guitar Society presents Stephanie Jones

Bach, Charlton, Edwards, Schmidt, Sinesi, Golubov, Piazzolla, Jobim
Stephanie Jones, Guitar

SeattlePeter Oundjian / Lang Lang / Seattle Symphony

Adams, Saint-Saëns, Respighi
Seattle Symphony; Peter Oundjian; Lang Lang

SeattleEmanuel Ax recital

Beethoven, Schoenberg
Emanuel Ax, Piano

SeattleAlevtina Ioffe / Efe Baltacigil / Seattle Symphony

Rimsky-Korsakov, Shostakovich, Stravinsky
Seattle Symphony; Alevtina Ioffe; Efe Baltacigil

SeattleHub New MusicWorld premiere

Cerrone, Wei, Young
Hub New Music

SeattleSunny Xia / Mahani Teave / Seattle Symphony

Kernis, Mozart
Seattle Symphony; Sunny Xuecong Xia; Mahani Teave
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Seattle Symphony revels in blasts from the past

For the new season's curtain-raising programme, Seattle Symphony finds reassurance in milestones from its history led by Conductor Emeritus Ludovic Morlot.
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Frederick Ballentine’s Loge shines in Das Rheingold

Despite some confused visual elements, an excellent musical performance makes Seattle Opera's production well worth watching.
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Triplet of trios sets the tone for Seattle's summer of chamber music

James Ehnes and colleagues launch the 2023 edition of Seattle Chamber Music Society's month-long summer festival on an exhilarating note with trios by Dohnányi, Bartók and Ravel.

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Three takes on Romeo and Juliet: Marin Alsop conducts Seattle Symphony

Making a rare guest appearance in Seattle, the trailblazing conductor brings fresh intensity to familiar Shakespeare-inspired repertoire.
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Huang Ruo’s riveting Bound makes Seattle Opera debut

Bound tells of a second generation of Asian immigrants, born and raised in the US, their problematic association with their cultural heritage, and the difficulties and challenges they face, bound to their culture but trying to be wholly accepted as American.
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Seattle Symphony pays tribute to Rachmaninov’s 150th

The Seattle Symphony celebrates 150 years of Rachmaninov with stunning performances of two of his piano concertos.
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