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VERDI: Aida

Saturday, November 5, 2016 @ 9am PST
Cast: Monastyrska, Gubanova, Berti
Conductor: Armiliato

Puccini: La Bohème

Saturday, November 26, 2016 @ 10am PST
Cast: Opolais, Kele, Beczala
Conductor: Armiliato

The New Classical

The next generation of composers and labels are challenging status quo and the classical establishment may be forced to recognize contemporary composers for its own survival.

Thom Mayes

Tune in Friday at 7pm for Musical Chairs guest Thom Mayes, CEO of NW Sinfonietta. Thom Mayes will share selections from Bloch, Hindemith, Mahler, and Tchaikovsky.

Music Training Benefits

In studying music, kids learn self-discipline, which proves beneficial in other aspects of life. Canadian research found music training helps children mature into caring individuals.

New Works by Gabriel Prokofiev

When Gabriel Prokofiev was part of the Seattle Symphony collaboration with Sir Mix-A-Lot, it went viral. Seattle Symphony unveils new commissions.

A Conversation with Rachel Portman

Tune in Saturday at 4pm for guest English composer Rachel Portman, the first woman to win a Best Score Oscar, for the 1996 adaptation of the novel Emma.