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Mozart Jupiter Symphony

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Mozart’s grand “Jupiter” Symphony is carried by an almost explosive creativity, a melting pot of inspiration influenced by the great  master Bach. Each of Bach’s concertos has a way of putting traditional orchestra hierarchy on its head and the Fourth Concerto is no exception. It’s matched with a work by Olga Neuwirth, Aello, a fascinating pairing originally performed at the BBC Proms with Thomas Dausgaard conducting the Swedish Chamber Orchestra.

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Thursday, 10 October, 2019 7:30PM

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Saturday, 12 October, 2019 8:00PM

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This critically acclaimed [untitled] series explores new and contemporary works — all in the informal atmosphere of the Samuel & Althea Stroum. The Seattle Symphony’s brass section provides an evening of sacred music by the great Venetian composer Gabrieli interwoven with the works of contemporary American composers Schuller, Sampson and DiLorenzo. 

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Friday, 18 October, 2019 10:00PM

Schumann Piano Concerto

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Schumann’s Piano Concerto channels the boundless love and inspiration that flowered in his marriage to a world-class pianist. Mendelssohn’s Third Symphony revisits the awe he felt as a young man in Edinburgh, beholding the ancient castle of Mary, Queen of Scots.

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Thursday, 24 October, 2019 7:30PM

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Saturday, 26 October, 2019 8:00PM

Chick Corea Rhapsody in Blue

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Twenty-two-time Grammy-winning jazz legend, pianist and composer Chick Corea partners with the Seattle Symphony on George Gershwin’s iconic Rhapsody in Blue. From the opening clarinet trill to the energized and rhapsodic piano passages, this beloved American classic melts in this master jazz pianist’s hands.

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Wednesday, 6 November, 2019 7:30PM

Rachmaninov Symphony No. 2

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Crippling self-doubt and scars from scathing reviews almost silenced Rachmaninov as a composer, but he fought his way back to create his rapturous Second Symphony, a work saturated with heart-wrenching beauty. In her new concerto, composer Angelique Poteat envisions a timely musical discourse in which the cello “strives to promote art, expression and free will in an orchestral swarm of oppression, close-mindedness and uncertainty.”

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Thursday, 14 November, 2019 7:30PM

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Friday, 15 November, 2019 12:00PM

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Saturday, 16 November, 2019 8:00PM

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