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SeattleWonderful Town

Gardner, Bernstein
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot; Benjamin Lulich; Jessica Rivera; Kevin Deas; Seattle Symphony Chorale

SeattleCopland Symphony No. 3

Bernstein, Williams, Copland
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot; Johannes Moser

SeattleProkofiev Romeo and Juliet

Dvořák, Haydn, Prokofiev
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Karina Canellakis; Efe Baltacigil

SeattleSibelius Kullervo

Sibelius: Kullervo, Op.7
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Dausgaard; Maria Männistö; Benjamin Appl; Seattle Symphony Chorale

SeattleSaint-Saëns Symphony No. 3 Organ

Saint-Saëns, Chopin
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Kazuki Yamada; Benjamin Grosvenor
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Morlot brings underrated Stravinsky to dazzling life

Perséphone © Brandon Patoc
In their generous all-Stravinsky programme, Ludovic Morlot and Seattle Symphony uncover the hidden beauties of the neglected Perséphone through an innovative collaboration with visual artist Michael Curry.
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Morlot conducts in Seattle, with and without heroes

Ludovic Morlot © Lisa Marie Mazzucco
In yet another intriguing programming maneuver, Seattle Symphony music director Ludovic Morlot devoted this weekend’s performances to the subject of heroism.
***11
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Dausgaard shows the wisdom of Seattle Symphony's choice

Thomas Dausgaard © Thomas Grondahl
If Principal Guest Conductor and Music Director Designate Thomas Dausgaard wore his array of conducting posts as a series of medals on the lapel of his tux, it would weigh him down considerably. 
***11
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A rediscovery and a première in Seattle

Ludovic Morlot © Chris Lee
When news of the discovery of Stravinsky's Funeral Song reached the classical music world, a near-revolution of excitement took place.
****1
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Messiah is Seattle Symphony’s “Glory to God”

Will Liverman © Fletcher Artist Management
“Leave your hoop skirts and swords at home,” the audience was advised, in order to avoid overcrowding when Handel’s Messiah premiered in Dublin in 1742.
****1
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