Ignite your passion for adventure, action, and travel! The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour will exhilarate you with amazing big-screen stories when it comes to Benaroya’s S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium.
It’s not the holidays in Seattle without the most welcoming celebration of the season - and this year, we’ve infused your favorite carols and beloved classics with the warmth of brass and a pinch of sass!
This fabulous quartet displays an awe inspiring vocal range with harmonies and catchy music that even gets Santa dancing!
Yiruma is a Korean contemporary classical musician who combines melodious Korean compositions with inspiration and emotion. River Flows in You, Kiss the Rain, and Maybe are few of his most popular pieces. Over the years, Yiruma has performed around the world. Yiruma started the 2016 World Tour with a sold-out show with multiple standing ovations from the audience in the Carnegie Hall in New York. He continued to have a full house in The Star PAC in Singapore, Flint Center in Cupertino, California, Sydney Opera House in Australia until 2017. This show will be Yiruma's first time in Seattle and the Northwestern region of America.
The Encanto Music program, founded by José Iñiguez, in collaboration with the Camino Foundation, proudly presents an evening of unique music that pairs the beauty of Opera Aria and classical piano with the charm of Mariachi Bolero.
VIP tickets are available in person or by calling the Ticket Office at 206.215.4747.
This Canadian vocal supergroup comes to Benaroya Hall for one night only, using their soaring voices to get your holiday season off to an electrifying start. The Tenors' charming blend of classical music and contemporary pop have brought them international success, and this powerhouse trio has thrilled audiences across the globe from the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics to the Diamond Jubilee for Queen Elizabeth II.
Korean Music Association (KMA), led by Ray M. Kim, is a nonprofit music organization established in 1980. KMA has a history of over 35 continuous years of Fall concerts, with the addition of Spring Open Concerts for the last seven years. Even though Korean classical music is less frequently performed, KMA’s high esteem for Korean classical music has made it possible to perform concerts every year.