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Venue: Benaroya Hall, S Mark Taper Auditorium, Seattle

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WA 98101
United States
Google maps47° 36' 27.551" N 122° 20' 13.051" W
September 2019
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SeattleOpening Night Concert and Gala

Nielsen, Rachmaninov, Strauss R.
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Dausgaard; Daniil Trifonov

SeattleMahler Symphony No. 1

Wennäkoski, Brahms, Mahler
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Dausgaard; Yefim Bronfman

SeattlePictures at an Exhibition

Wagner, Dvořák, Mussorgsky
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Marc Albrecht; Daniel Müller-Schott

SeattleAnne Sofie von Otter & Kristian Bezuidenhout

Mozart, Schubert
Anne Sofie von Otter; Kristian Bezuidenhout

SeattleWarner Bros. presents Bugs Bunny at the Symphony 30th Anniversary Edition

SeattleLang Lang with the Seattle Symphony

Sibelius, Beethoven, Mozart
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Dausgaard; Lang Lang

SeattleMozart Jupiter Symphony

Bach, Neuwirth, Mozart
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Dausgaard; Claire Chase

SeattleMozart Requiem

Takemitsu, Hartmann, Mozart
Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Masaaki Suzuki; Noah Geller; Joanne Lunn; Roxana Constantinescu; Lawrence Wiliford
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Beloved Maestro conducts arresting farewell concert

Ludovic Morlot and the Seattle Symphony © Brandon Patoc
Music Director Ludovic Morlot placed an emphatic Fortissimo ending on an eight-year tenure that has placed the Seattle Symphony on the global map.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Kanneh-Mason gives royal performance in Seattle

Sheku Kanneh-Mason © Lars Borges
British cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason gave the impression that he had been playing the cello since he was in the womb
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Morlot shows true French colors in Seattle

Ludovic Morlot © Chris Lee
The anticipation of an all-French program with Morlot was almost too delicious to contemplate.
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Dausgaard and Seattle Symphony take on an early Sibelius epic

Thomas Dausgaard © Brandon Patoc
Thomas Dausgaard, Seattle Symphony’s Music Director Designate, arrived in town to lead the orchestra and its chorus in an impassioned account of Kullervo, the rarely heard Sibelius epic.
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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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