Led by symphony associate concertmaster Emma McGrath.
Holiday classic! Holiday classic! Big, beautiful, hallelujah.
The nativity story with Northwest Boychoir, Vocalpoint! Seattle, and members of the Northwest Sinfonia.
Favorites from The Nutcracker, Rhapsody in Blue, and, we hear, Star Wars. Canadian pianist Jon Kimura Parker is the special guest in the concert hall, then, in the lobby countdown to midnight with Ludovic Morlot, there's dancing to HB Radke & the Jet City Swingers.
Hum along to "Ode to Joy" and more in a performance led by Carlos Kalmar and featuring Nathalie Paulin, soprano, Angela Niederloh, mezzo–soprano, Brendan Tuohy, tenor, Charles Robert Stephens, baritone, and the Seattle Symphony Chorale.
Comedy and classical music: two terms you never hear together. Musicians Aleksey Igudesman and Hyung-ki Joo are said to be changing that.
Taking audiences back in time to Zimmermann's Coffeehouse in Leipzig, the home of concerts by Bach and his student orchestra!
The first half of a Tchaikovsky mini-festival featuring piano and violin concerti, conducted by Carlos Miguel Prieto, and with Boris Giltburg and Alexander Lubyantsev, piano.
The second half of a Tchaikovsky mini-festival featuring piano and violin concerti, conducted by Carlos Miguel Prieto. This half features Mayuko Kamio, violin, and Boris Giltburg, piano.
Prokofiev's First Symphony, Haydn's Piano Concerto in D major, and Prokofiev's Piano Concerto No. 4 for Left Hand, featuring Jean-Efflam Bavouzet, piano. Guest-conducted by Marcelo Lehninger.
After the 7 p.m. performance of Shostakovich's Second Piano Concerto and Ninth Symphony comes a 10 p.m. [UNTITLED] Series presentation in the lobby called Black Angels. On the adventurous program: Morton Feldman's The Viola in My Life, Part 3; Kalevi Aho's Trio for Clarinet, Viola, and Piano; R. Murray Schafer's Theseus; and George Crumb's Black A... more »
Olari Elts guest-conducts and Alexander Melnikov is the pianist in a program that begins with John Adams's 1985 outtake from his opera Nixon in China, The Chairman Dances, followed by Shostakovich's Piano Concerto No. 2 in F major, Adams's arrangement of Liszt's The Black Gondola, and Shostakovich's Symphony No. 9 in E-flat major.
7 concerts from the Seattle Chamber Music Society.
Seattle Symphony's resident organist performs Bach, Saint-Saëns, and more.
Xavier Phillips, cello, performing Schumann's Concerto in A minor for Cello, and Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique. Morlot conducts.
This is a real treat—Bach's rich interpretation of the gospel of Matthew set for orchestra, chorale, and a team of vocal soloists. If you haven't heard it live, make a point of going. Conducted by Morlot.
Mozart did start early—child prodigy—but still, he died young. There are only so many Mozart symphonies out there. Seattle Symphony, led by former music director Gerard Schwarz, will lead the orchestra in three of them in sequence, culminating in the great "Jupiter," No. 41.