William Alwyn - Autumn Legend
Sergei Rachmaninoff (arr. Redford/Bell) Vocalise
NOW PLAYING OFFENBACH: The Grand Duchess of Gerolstein; BELLINI: La Straniera; KORNGOLD: Die Tote Stadt
Ralph Vaughan Williams Symphony No.2 "A London Symphony"
Steve Reich Daniel Variations
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by Melinda BargreenThe Seattle Symphony is on a roll with its concerto soloists, bringing in the second outstanding young pia...
by Melinda BargreenThe opening of the Seattle Symphony’s concert season is always a festive event, but music lovers had...
By Melinda BargreenIt hardly seems possible that the summer festival season is gradually fading away, to make room for what l...
By Melinda BargreenIf you’re lucky, there’s still time to catch the “swan song” of this year’s ...
By Melinda BargreenMendelssohn magic struck again in the Nordstrom Recital Hall, where the musicians of the Seattle Chamber M...
by Melinda BargreenThe month of July means music-festival time in the Northwest, where enticing combinations of artists, repe...
By Melinda BargreenAn appreciative audience gathered in Meany Theater to hear a chamber-music program featuring cellist David...
Photo: University of Washington.By Melinda BargreenIt’s an inspired concept: an apprentice system uniting university op...
by Melinda BargreenWhen Joshua Roman exploded on the Seattle music scene in 2006 as the new principal cellist of the Seattle ...
By Melinda BargreenThe Brahms Requiem is one of the great landmarks of the choral/orchestral repertoire – but not every...
By Melinda BargreenAny chance to hear the pianist Richard Goode is a chance to savor. Goode’s return to Seattle after a...
By Melinda BargreenIn today’s pantheon of concert violinists, Joshua Bell occupies a place near the top – and his...
By Melinda BargreenSometimes you don’t have to win the gold medal.Joyce Yang is doing just fine with the silver from th...
Clockwise from top left: Michael Tilson Thomas passed out cough drops from the podium; a possible violin from the Titanic;The...
By Melinda Bargreen---Retailers have their Black Friday and their Cyber Monday.For music groups, it’s the first week in...
By Melinda Bargreen---Reviewers and fans have compared Seattle’s Byron Schenkman to everyone from Vladimir Horowitz to ...
Conductor Alastair Willis and cellist Pavel Gomziakov.By Melinda BargreenIt takes some creative programming to juggle the Sea...
Jean-Yves Thibaudet.By Melinda BargreenSpecial to Classical KING FMThe chance to hear the esteemed pianist Jean-Yves Thibaude...
Photo: Elise Bakketun for Seattle Operaby Melinda Bargreen(Note: KING FM broadcasts of the Ring, hosted by Seattle Opera'...
By Melinda BargreenSpecial to Classical KING FMThat long, lovely spell of hot weather has switched over to incipient autumn, ...
By Melinda Bargreen“This isn’t a heat wave. This is Festival weather!”One delighted patron of the Seattle C...
Review: The Bellingham Festival of MusicJuly 21, 2013By Melinda BargreenSpecial to Classical KING FMConcert audiences seem to...
Review: Seattle Symphony Orchestra with Jakub Hrša, guest conductor, and Alina Ibragimova, violin soloist; May 30, 201...
Photo credit: Dan McGrawSeattle Symphony presents the Britten “War Requiem”By Melinda BargreenSometimes listening...
Review: Daniil Trifonov, President's Piano Series April 9, 2013By Melinda BargreenAnticipation ran high for the Seattle d...
Review: Seattle Opera’s La Boheme, March 6, 2013By Melinda BargreenWhen a production of “La Bohème” ...
Review: Juilliard String Quartet, Feb. 6, 2013By Melinda BargreenIt’s never a good sign when an eminent musician delive...
Review: Three Northwest CDsBy Melinda BargreenOne of the pleasures of being a reviewer is hearing creative new recordings by ...
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