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Música clásica, ópera, ballet y danza en Seattle, WA, Estados Unidos

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SeattleLigeti, Elgar, Beach

Ligeti, Elgar, Beach
Seattle Symphony; Thomas Dausgaard; Alisa Weilerstein

SeattleLutosławski, Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky

Lutosławski, Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky
Seattle Symphony; Andrey Boreyko; Alexander Melnikov
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Linking jazz and opera: Charlie Parker's Yardbird in Seattle

Joshua Stewart (Charlie Parker) © Sunny Martini

Composer Daniel Schnyder and librettist Bridgette A. Wimberly, both in their Seattle Opera debuts, have done a creditable job of conveying the jazz artist’s lifework.

Mieczysław Weinberg’s Violin Concerto a welcome newcomer to Seattle

Thomas Dausgaard, Gidon Kremer and the Seattle Symphony © James Holt
Violinist Gidon Kremer has championed the music of 20th-century Polish composer, Mieczysław Weinberg, whose music, influenced by Shostakovich, has so far been rarely heard. Here, Kremer performed the Violin Concerto.

Strengths and weaknesses in Kent Stowell’s Cinderella at PNB

Pacific Northwest Ballet company dancers in Kent Stowell’s Cinderella © Angela Sterling
Sumptuous costumes, brilliant colors, excellent dancers create a glorious show which is unfortunately too long for the material. 

Patricia Kopatchinskaja's stunning return to Seattle

Patricia Kopatchinskaja, Thomas Dausgaard and the Seattle Symphony © Carlin Ma

PatKop gives a life-or-death account of Shostakovich's First Violin Concerto with the Seattle Symphony and Thomas Dausgaard on a programme framed by Scandinavian colours.

Thomas Zehetmair does double duty in Seattle

Thomas Zehetmair © Julien Mignot
Thomas Zehetmair plays Beethoven's sole violin concerto in Seattle before conducting lively Mozart with a Bohemian flavour. 

A Eugene Onegin that's less than the sum of its parts in Seattle

Marjukka Tepponen (Tatyana) and John Moore (Onegin) © Sunny Martini
Tomer Zvulun's mostly traditional account of the Tchaikovsky masterpiece arrives at Seattle Opera in an attractively staged but underwhelming package.