Seattle Symphony Live

Music returns to Benaroya Hall! The Symphony proudly launches a brand-new subscription-based streaming service for the 2020–2021 season: Seattle Symphony Live.

Experience the sights and sounds of live Seattle Symphony performances in high-definition video and high-fidelity streaming audio from the comfort of your living room or on the go! Connect to the Seattle Symphony Live platform from your favorite device — PC & laptop, tablet, smartphone or smart TV. Monthly passes to Seattle Symphony Live are just $12.99/month and include a  free 7-day trial with no commitment required.

The Seattle Symphony Live platform premieres weekly livestreamed concerts with shortened programs and a smaller, socially distanced, PPE-protected orchestra. Each weekly concert is also available on demand for 7 days following the live broadcasts. More programming will be announced each month throughout the season. Explore Seattle Symphony Live today!

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Note: all 2020–2021 season subscribers and donors at the Friends level and above receive complimentary access to Seattle Symphony Live for the entire 2020–2021 season.


How To Watch

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Seattle Symphony Live Concert Schedule: February–July 2021

Note: all times listed are Pacific Time (PT).

Live Broadcast Date & Time Program
Thursday, February 25, at 7:30pm (PT)
(Available to watch through March 4.)
Beethoven & Ravel
Thursday, March 4, at 7:30pm (PT)
(Available to watch through March 11.)
Sinatra and Beyond
Friday, March 5, at 11am (PT)
(Available on demand.)
Meet the Instrument: Piccolo
Thursday, March 18, at 7:30pm (PT)
(Available to watch through March 25.)
Celebrate Asia
Friday, March 26, at 8pm (PT)
(Available to watch through April 2.)
Ivan & Alyosha with the Seattle Symphony
Friday, April 2, at 11am (PT)
(Available on demand.)
Tiny Clips for Tiny Tots: Noise Makers
Friday, April 2, at 8pm (PT)
(Available to watch through April 9.)
SRJO: A Tribute to Louis Armstrong
Thursday, April 8, at 7:30pm (PT)
(Available to watch through April 15.)
Mozart Piano Concerto No. 20
Thursday, April 15, at 7:30pm (PT)
(Available to watch through April 22.)
Shostakovich Chamber Symphony
Friday, April 23, at 8pm (PT)
(Available to watch through April 30.)
Music for Spring
Saturday, April 24, at 11am (PT)
(Available to watch through May 1.)
Family Concert: Earth
Thursday, April 29, at 7:30pm (PT)
(Available to watch through May 6.)
Tan Dun & Takemitsu
Thursday, May 6, at 7:30pm (PT)
(Available to watch through May 13.)
Handel, Vivaldi & Dvoƙák
Friday, May 7, at 11am (PT)
(Available on demand.)
Meet the Instrument: Percussion
Thursday, May 13, at 7:30pm (PT)
(Available to watch through May 20.)
Bach & Schubert
Thursday, May 20, at 7:30pm (PT)
(Available to watch through May 27.)
Beethoven & Mozart Piano Concertos
Thursday, May 27, at 7:30pm (PT)
(Available to watch through June 3.)
Duruflé, Wagner & Barfield
Friday, June 4, at 11am (PT)
(Available on demand.)
Tiny Clips for Tiny Tots: Somewhere Over the Rainbow
Friday, June 4, at 8pm (PT)
(Available to watch through June11.)
Wish Upon the Stars
Thursday, June 10, at 7:30pm (PT)
(Available to watch through June 17.)
Prokofiev Violin Concerto No. 2
Thursday, June 17, at 7:30pm (PT)
(Available to watch through June 24.)
Music for Summer
Thursday, June 24, at 7:30pm (PT)
(Available to watch through July 1.)
Season Closing Concert
Saturday, June 26, at 11am (PT)
(Available to watch through July 3.)
Family Concert: Water
Friday, July 2, at 11am (PT)
(Available on demand.)
Tiny Clips for Tiny Tots: Let's Go to the Symphony
Friday, July 9, at 11am (PT)
(Available on demand.)
Meet the Instrument: The Conductor's Edition