April 19, 2017
at 9:30 am
Known to be one of the greatest pianists of his generation, Yefim Bronfman didn’t disappoint during his performance at the President’s Piano Series at Meany...
April 2, 2017
at 1:52 pm
Patrons stand in a circle, up-close and personal with the singers, in the company’s rehearsal studio for this centuries-old story that resonates today.
March 31, 2017
at 10:12 am
SSO principal guest conductor Thomas Dausgaard presided over a program of heartfelt interpretations of passionate works by Rachmaninov.
March 28, 2017
at 9:58 am
The Choir of King’s College, Cambridge, visited Benaroya Hall on Monday evening (March 27), with Stephen Cleobury presiding over a program guaranteed to gladden the...
March 17, 2017
at 11:01 am
Seattle Symphony guest soloist James Ehnes performed the stamina-challenging premiere of Aaron Jay Kernis’ Violin Concerto on Thursday. Also on the bill: Beethoven and Debussy.
February 11, 2017
at 5:03 am
Donna Seaman’s group biography “Identity Unknown” paints lively and overdue portraits of seven underappreciated American female artists.
February 10, 2017
at 10:39 am
Seattle Symphony featured artist Hilary Hahn returned for a compelling performance of the Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1 and, for an encore, one of the...
February 9, 2017
at 5:03 am
Katie Kitamura’s taut novel “A Separation” slowly reveals the secrets that come to the surface as a marriage falls apart. Kitamura appears Feb. 17 at...
February 3, 2017
at 10:29 am
Pianist Emanuel Ax performed Beethoven’s “Emperor” Concerto, and the symphony worked with local nonprofits serving the homeless to create a multimedia presentation for Ives’ “New...
January 22, 2017
at 3:45 pm
The Seattle Chamber Music Society Winter Festival, continuing through Jan. 29, offers stellar playing and interesting programming. It also feels like you’ve heard some marvelous...