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Musique classique, opéra, ballet et danse en Seattle, WA, États-Unis

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Choreography with the camera in Pacific Northwest Ballet’s Rep 2

Elle Macy and Dylan Wald in Ghost Variations © Lindsay Thomas
Pacific Northwest Ballet's Rep 2 features an all-female choreographer program with world premieres by Penny Saunders and Jessica Lang and excerpts from the work of Twyla Tharp and Susan Marshall.

Seattle Symphony welcomes back Ludovic Morlot

Ludovic Morlot conducts the Seattle Symphony © James Holt | Seattle Symphony
Conductor Emeritus Ludovic Morlot chose a thought provoking and unusual program for his first return to the Benaroya stage since 2019.

Seattle Symphony’s Noah Geller shines in Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto

Lee Mills, Noel Geller and the Seattle Symphony © James Holt | Seattle Symphony

The Seattle Symphony continues its “Music Unleashed” series with spirited works by youthful composers, focusing on a perennially popular violin concerto.

PNB proves ballet is for the stage and the screen

Leta Biasucci in Emeralds © Angela Sterling
Pacific Northwest Ballet's Rep 1 delivers a magnificent first installment of their 2020-2021 virtual season.

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.