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Venue: Benaroya Hall, S Mark Taper Auditorium, Seattle

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WA 98101
United States
ContainsBenaroya Hall: Nordstrom Recital Hall
Google maps47° 36' 27.551" N 122° 20' 13.051" W
December 2022
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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

SeattleNobuyuki Tsujii plays Rachmaninov

Dvořák, Rachmaninov, Martinů
Seattle Symphony; Jiří Rožeň; Nobuyuki Tsujii

SeattleSibelius Symphony no. 7

Sibelius, Britten, Fujikura
Seattle Symphony; Kazem Abdullah; Augustin Hadelich

SeattleBeethoven Pastoral Symphony

Beethoven: Symphony no. 6 in F major "Pastoral", Op.68
Seattle Symphony; Lee Mills
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