Franz Schubert (arr. Leon) - Serenade
Claude Debussy La plus que lente
Wolfgang Armadeus Mozart The Magic Flute, K.620 (Hosted by Aidan Lang: Part 1)
Jean Sibelius Symphony No.1 in E minor, Op.39
Daniel Bjarnason Over Light Earth
The Seattle Symphony's Baroque & Wine series allows concertgoers to sip on a glass and enjoy a program of masterworks and hidden gems of Bach, Handel, and Vivaldi. Read more.
Seattle's ACT Theatre celebrates its half-century of staging by focusing on the present: its rich 2015 season, starting with Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris. Find out more.
Next week, Byron Schenkman's chamber series explores the music of Robert and Clara Schumann, spouses who both composed. Learn more in this exclusive Arts Channel interview.
The Seattle Symphony's 2015-16 season looks promising, with the Faure Requiem, Beethoven masterworks, and more. Tune in to the Symphony Spotlight on Wednesday at 8pm for details.

Spine-tingling Saint-Saëns: Violinist Jae-In Shin and pianist Thomas Lee gave an electric performance of Camille Saint-Saëns' classic thriller piece Danse Macabre.
Review: At the Seattle Symphony, Bach and a 'bicchiere'
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