Very Early Exit Interview With Seattle Symphony Music Director Ludovic Morlot


Seattle blows, face it. Far too expensive for unknown artists and musicians, and the legacy landlords and wealthy in this town have giant trees up their arses about doing anything for the arts, because the arts and music are greater than them, and they can't handle anyone stepping past their greatness. When you get to the Eastside, it just turns up straight-up loonie tunes with bored housewives running arts councils and picking flamingos and tulips for artwork, along with the ever present bad glass. This town sucks.