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

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SeattleThe Nutcracker

Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker
George Balanchine; Pacific Northwest Ballet; Ian Falconer; James F. Ingalls

SeattleHandel Messiah

Handel: Messiah
Seattle Symphony; Sofi Jeannin; Nicole Cabell; Sara Couden; Steven Soph; Seattle Symphony Chorale

SeattleBeethoven Symphony no. 9

Boulanger, Beethoven
Seattle Symphony; David Danzmayr; Laura Strickling; Mary Phillips; Nicholas Phan; Hadleigh Adams

SeattleShostakovich Symphony no. 5

Shekhar, Mozart, Shostakovich
Seattle Symphony; Lina González-Granados; Michelle Cann

SeattleSeong-Jin Cho

Handel, Gubaidulina, Brahms, Schumann
Seong-Jin Cho, Piano

SeattleHaydn, Mozart and Beethoven

Haydn, Beethoven, Mozart
Seattle Symphony; Jean-Efflam Bavouzet
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Reliable values and a thrilling discovery from the Seattle Symphony

Hilary Hahn and Brahms are the big name draws, but Seattle Symphony's program introduces a remarkable young conductor who makes a powerful impact.

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A restorative opening night at Seattle Symphony, with French accents

Former music director Ludovic Morlot steps in to open the currently leaderless orchestra's new season with echoes of their shared past and a world premiere.
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Seattle Opera's L’elisir d’amore is a mostly lighthearted romp

Stephen Lawless' production of Donizetti’s whimsical comedy begins well and improves as it goes, with sparkling performances from an international cast.
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An opening night of substance at Seattle’s Chamber Music Festival

Chamber music values and luxury casting with world-class string players enriched this hefty program of an elegiac Bach sonata and valedictory works by Bartók and Brahms.

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Olivier Messiaen’s Canyons echo through the American West

Ludovic Morlot conducts the Seattle Symphony in Messiaen's remarkable Des Canyons aux Étoiles, which bows to the majesty of the stunning geological and astrological entities of the southwestern US landscape, still sounding as if it had been written yesterday. 

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Seattle Opera's Figaro brims with rejuvenating comic energy

A light, amiable touch predominates in the Peter Kazaras production of Le nozze di Figaro, with a focus on the opera's impeccable comic pacing.

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