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Klassische Musik, Oper, Ballett und Tanz in Seattle, WA, Vereinigte Staaten

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SeattleHolst The Planets

Kendall, Haydn, Holst
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Jonathon Heyward; Seattle Symphony Chorale

SeattleStrauss Till Eulenspiegel

Wagner, Strauss R., Debussy
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot; Mary Lynch

SeattleLudovic Morlot Conducts Debussy

Wagner, Debussy, Janáček
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot; Maria Männistö; Ludovit Ludha; Seattle Symphony Chorale

SeattleMozart, Poulenc, and Brahms

© Ken Dundas Photography
Mozart, Poulenc, Brahms
Lorna McGhee; Kristóf Baráti; David Harding; Robert DeMaine

SeattleBeethoven, Turina, and Mendelssohn

© Ken Dundas Photography
Beethoven, Turina, Mendelssohn Bartholdy
Lorna McGhee; Andrew Wan; Matthew Lipman; Kristóf Baráti

SeattleMozart, Martinu, and Dvorak

© Ken Dundas Photography
Mozart, Martinů, Dvořák
Piers Lane; Orion Weiss; James Ehnes; Robert DeMaine
Neue Kritikenmehr...

Costa-Jackson's sultry Carmen in Seattle

Ginger Costa-Jackson (Carmen) © Sunny Martini
Good-time girl, hometown sweetheart, torn-apart lover, smugglers and rivals, familiar songs, a cliffhanger of a tale. 

Baroque-style in Seattle, but unusual, unfamiliar and refreshing

Avi Avital © Guy Hecht
An enlightening concert: a barely known composer esteemed in his day, an instrument we rarely hear in Baroque concertos and an early classical work for four, yes, four soloists.

Pure eye-candy: a dream of a Dream in Seattle

Ezra Thomson (Bottom) and Laura Tisserand (Titania) in Balanchine's Dream © Angela Sterling
A very fine performance, notable for the musicality which imbued each dancer’s presence and the excellent acting which kept the audience glued to the story.

Bach meets Harbison in the Land of Shostakovich

Ludovic Morlot © Chris Lee
Seattle audiences welcomed Pulitzer Prize-winning composer John Harbison to Benaroya Hall this past weekend with the west coast premiere of his work, What Do We Make of Bach? for orchestra and obbligato organ.

Poetry and politics: Schiff does double duty with Seattle Symphony

Sir András Schiff © Nadia F. Romanini
A chance to experience two sides of Sir András Schiff's artistry, as pianist and conductor, made for an especially memorable experience in this collaboration between the Hungarian artist and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra.

A fuller Monty: Monteverdi's Christmas Vespers

David Fallis and ensemble © Thomas May
David Fallis and colleagues offered a ravishing -- and original -- gift of Christmas music with an "alternate" Venetian Vespers drawn from Monteverdi's last published collection of sacred music.