Carl Stamitz - Symphony in G, Op.13/16, No.4
Gary Schocker Garden in Harp
Richard Wagner Tannhauser: Pilgrim's Chorus
Antonin Dvorak Symphony No.6 in D, Op.60
Paul Reller Corngun

The Seattle Symphony goes to Carnegie Hall!

This May, the Seattle Symphony is headed to this country’s most famous concert venue…Carnegie Hall! Join Classical KING FM for the countdown starting in April, and stay with us for complete coverage of the event, including the concert broadcast on May 6 at 8pm.

Classical KING FM gives you...
--A countdown to the big concert with classic Carnegie Hall recordings and fun facts about the venue, on air throughout the month of April. Browse our Music Schedule to find out which Carnegie performances are coming up on 98.1.

--A look back at the Seattle Symphony's Carnegie Hall premiere and centennial celebration in 2004.

--Exclusive behind-the-scenes access before, during and after the concert, with exclusive interivews, photos and details online and across social media.

--An exclusive broadcast of the May 6 concert at 8pm, featuring the radio premiere of John Luther Adams' Become Ocean.


And don't forget you, too, can go to Carnegie Hall with the Symphony and experience the concert first-hand. Find out more about group travel prices, concert tickets and even more ways to support the Seattle Symphony on their trip.
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