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Benaroya Hall

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200 University Street , Seattle, WA 98101 United States
206-215-4800

Upcoming Events

March 2018
30/20

Winter Masterworks

March 3 @ 1:15 pm - 5:00 pm

Seven of BYSO’s nine orchestras and ensembles are featured in this special concert—nearly 300 students in all. Works presented include Overture for a City by Samuel Jones, former Composer in Residence with the Seattle Symphony; Polovetsian Dances from Borodin’s opera Prince Igor; Jupiter from Holst’s The Planets; and much more. Northwest Public Radio classical music host Steve Reeder interviews Jones during a free pre-concert lecture beginning at 1:15 pm.

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May 2018
from $32

Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra: 5 Orchestras and Firebird

May 19 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

The Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra joins SYSO’s four training orchestras for a spectacular concert featuring Igor Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite.

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April 2018
from $32

Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra: All Brahms

April 22 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Two major works by Johannes Brahms ring the rafters of Benaroya Hall in April. First, the 2017 SYSO Concerto Competition winner, Adrian Steele, joins the orchestra for a performance of Brahms’s passionate and virtuosic Violin Concerto in D. Then, a work that took nearly twenty years to complete, Brahms’s Symphony No. 1 with its majestic and triumphant final movement, which is often called “Beethoven’s Tenth Symphony.” Johannes Brahms   Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 77 Johannes Brahms   Symphony No. 1…

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May 2018
$15-20

KING FM Family Concert with the Seattle Symphony: Romeo and Juliet

May 5 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Children and adults alike will be spellbound as ARC Dance Company performs alongside the powerful music of Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet which tells the story of Shakespeare’s most famous star-crossed lovers. Classical KING FM Family Concerts are designed for ages 5 to 12. Come early for pre-concert activities in the Samuel & Althea Stroum Grand Lobby, featuring crafts and instrument exploration. Tickets and information available here.

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June 2018
$16

Seattle Symphony: [untitled] 3

June 15 @ 10:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Like Aaron Copland in the previous century, Mason Bates has an uncanny ability to render the spacious beauty of American landscapes, as heard in his acoustic-electric journey down the mighty Colorado River. Chris Rogerson’s New Work introduces one of America’s most exciting composers under 30. Tickets and information available here.

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April 2018
$16

Seattle Symphony: [untitled] 2

April 27 @ 10:00 pm - 11:00 pm

The Dmitry Pokrovsky Ensemble brings a scintillating blend of folk traditions and extended techniques to two wild works by contemporary Russian composers. In the elegant Octet, Stravinsky animates an artful sound that came to him in a dream. Tickets and information available here.

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March 2018
$22-122

Seattle Symphony: Schubert Unfinished Symphony

March 1
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday until March 4, 2018

The much sought-after Thomas Zehetmair conducts and solos in this program where Haydn and Schubert plumb the depths of somber angst and passion, while Mozart and Pärt lift the violin to transcendent, rapturous heights. These sublime compositions demonstrate the emotional range of pure music from across the centuries. Tickets and information available here.

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$22-122

Seattle Symphony: Schubert Unfinished Symphony

March 3
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday until March 4, 2018

The much sought-after Thomas Zehetmair conducts and solos in this program where Haydn and Schubert plumb the depths of somber angst and passion, while Mozart and Pärt lift the violin to transcendent, rapturous heights. These sublime compositions demonstrate the emotional range of pure music from across the centuries. Tickets and information available here.

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$22-122

Seattle Symphony: Carmina burana

March 17
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday until March 18, 2018

Come feast upon this musical extravaganza, starting with the exuberant mischief and flamenco flair of Manuel de Falla’s The Three-Cornered Hat. In the deliciously indulgent Carmina burana, Carl Orff serves up a thunderous paean to food, drink and love. Tickets and information available here.

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June 2018
$22-122

Seattle Symphony: Saint-Saëns Symphony No. 3 Organ

June 28
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Every week on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday until July 1, 2018

Saint-Saëns’ astonishingly long career spanned from Beethoven to Stravinsky, which meant he was forever experimenting with new styles. This constant evolution shows through in his thrilling and majestic Third Symphony, which he himself acknowledged to be daunting to perform. Daunting or not, it’s a one-of-a-kind work that’s perfectly suited to Benaroya Hall with its famous and impressive organ! Tickets and information available here.

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March 2018
$22-122

Seattle Symphony: Schubert Unfinished Symphony

March 4
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday until March 4, 2018

The much sought-after Thomas Zehetmair conducts and solos in this program where Haydn and Schubert plumb the depths of somber angst and passion, while Mozart and Pärt lift the violin to transcendent, rapturous heights. These sublime compositions demonstrate the emotional range of pure music from across the centuries. Tickets and information available here.

Find out more »
$22-122

Seattle Symphony: Carmina burana

March 18
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday until March 18, 2018

Come feast upon this musical extravaganza, starting with the exuberant mischief and flamenco flair of Manuel de Falla’s The Three-Cornered Hat. In the deliciously indulgent Carmina burana, Carl Orff serves up a thunderous paean to food, drink and love. Tickets and information available here.

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June 2018
$22-122

Seattle Symphony: Saint-Saëns Symphony No. 3 Organ

June 30
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday until July 1, 2018

Saint-Saëns’ astonishingly long career spanned from Beethoven to Stravinsky, which meant he was forever experimenting with new styles. This constant evolution shows through in his thrilling and majestic Third Symphony, which he himself acknowledged to be daunting to perform. Daunting or not, it’s a one-of-a-kind work that’s perfectly suited to Benaroya Hall with its famous and impressive organ! Tickets and information available here.

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July 2018
$22-122

Seattle Symphony: Saint-Saëns Symphony No. 3 Organ

July 1
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday until July 1, 2018

Saint-Saëns’ astonishingly long career spanned from Beethoven to Stravinsky, which meant he was forever experimenting with new styles. This constant evolution shows through in his thrilling and majestic Third Symphony, which he himself acknowledged to be daunting to perform. Daunting or not, it’s a one-of-a-kind work that’s perfectly suited to Benaroya Hall with its famous and impressive organ! Tickets and information available here.

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June 2018
$22-122

Seattle Symphony: Wonderful Town

June 14
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every 2 days until June 16, 2018

Leonard Bernstein understood the pulse of American life like no other composer, and his sassy, energetic scores still get our blood pumping. The Seattle Symphony brings Bernstein’s Broadway classic Wonderful Town to life with “Christopher Street,” “A Little Bit in Love,” “Ohio” and the “Conga!” Tickets and information available here.

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$22-122

Seattle Symphony: Wonderful Town

June 16
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every 2 days until June 16, 2018

Leonard Bernstein understood the pulse of American life like no other composer, and his sassy, energetic scores still get our blood pumping. The Seattle Symphony brings Bernstein’s Broadway classic Wonderful Town to life with “Christopher Street,” “A Little Bit in Love,” “Ohio” and the “Conga!” Tickets and information available here.

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May 2018
$22-122

Seattle Symphony: Sibelius Kullervo

May 31
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday until June 3, 2018

As a follow up to the thrilling Sibelius Festival in 2015, Principal Guest Conductor Thomas Dausgaard brings his unique insights into Sibelius’ world with Kullervo, an adventurous saga derived from Finnish folk mythology. When the young Sibelius embraced his national identity, he raised new hope and pride in Finland while forever altering the course of symphonic music. Tickets and information available here.

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June 2018
$22-122

Seattle Symphony: Sibelius Kullervo

June 2
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday until June 3, 2018

As a follow up to the thrilling Sibelius Festival in 2015, Principal Guest Conductor Thomas Dausgaard brings his unique insights into Sibelius’ world with Kullervo, an adventurous saga derived from Finnish folk mythology. When the young Sibelius embraced his national identity, he raised new hope and pride in Finland while forever altering the course of symphonic music. Tickets and information available here.

Find out more »
$22-122

Seattle Symphony: Sibelius Kullervo

June 3
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday until June 3, 2018

As a follow up to the thrilling Sibelius Festival in 2015, Principal Guest Conductor Thomas Dausgaard brings his unique insights into Sibelius’ world with Kullervo, an adventurous saga derived from Finnish folk mythology. When the young Sibelius embraced his national identity, he raised new hope and pride in Finland while forever altering the course of symphonic music. Tickets and information available here.

Find out more »
May 2018
$22-122

Seattle Symphony: Mozart Violin Concerto No. 5

May 6 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Inspired by many boyhood trips to Italy, Mozart infused his Violin Concerto No. 5 with enchanting forms borrowed from Italian operas and orchestral works. Baroque specialist Dmitry Sinkovsky is on hand to showcase this Italian-inspired work alongside passionate arias from Handel and Vivaldi. Tickets and information available here.

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March 2018
$25-35

Kirkland Choral Society presents: Verdi’s Requiem

March 24 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

With stellar soloists and full orchestra in the Northwest’s premier concert venue.

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April 2018
$22-122

Seattle Symphony: Stravinsky Persephone

April 26
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every 2 days until April 28, 2018

Hearing any of these Stravinsky rarities live is a special treat. To witness them together on one spectacular night — with star soloists, dancers, puppeteers, three choirs, four grand pianos and the Seattle Symphony, all led by Ludovic Morlot — will be unforgettable. Tickets and information available here.

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$22-122

Seattle Symphony: Stravinsky Persephone

April 28
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every 2 days until April 28, 2018

Hearing any of these Stravinsky rarities live is a special treat. To witness them together on one spectacular night — with star soloists, dancers, puppeteers, three choirs, four grand pianos and the Seattle Symphony, all led by Ludovic Morlot — will be unforgettable. Tickets and information available here.

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March 2018
$22-122

Seattle Symphony: John Luther Adams Become Desert

March 29
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every 2 days until March 31, 2018

Jeremy Denk, one of America’s foremost pianists, performs Beethoven’s monumental “Emperor” Concerto, a work that represents a visionary composer with the insight and inspiration to understand his world and shape its future. John Luther Adams, the creator of Become Ocean, is back with the sequel to the work that took the classical music scene by storm and captured the admiration and imagination of millions. The legacy lives on in the world premiere of Become Desert. Tickets and information available here.

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$22-122

Seattle Symphony: John Luther Adams Become Desert

March 31
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every 2 days until March 31, 2018

Jeremy Denk, one of America’s foremost pianists, performs Beethoven’s monumental “Emperor” Concerto, a work that represents a visionary composer with the insight and inspiration to understand his world and shape its future. John Luther Adams, the creator of Become Ocean, is back with the sequel to the work that took the classical music scene by storm and captured the admiration and imagination of millions. The legacy lives on in the world premiere of Become Desert. Tickets and information available here.

Find out more »
$22-122

Seattle Symphony: Carmina burana

March 15
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday until March 18, 2018

Come feast upon this musical extravaganza, starting with the exuberant mischief and flamenco flair of Manuel de Falla’s The Three-Cornered Hat. In the deliciously indulgent Carmina burana, Carl Orff serves up a thunderous paean to food, drink and love. Tickets and information available here.

Find out more »
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