WolfGang (20s and 30s)

Join WolfGang — the Symphony group for patrons in their 20s and 30s

From the unforgettable film scores of John Williams to living legend Itzhak Perlman conducting AND performing with the Seattle Symphony, the 2014–2015 WolfGang series presents five incredible concerts for its members. Help welcome back cellist Joshua Roman to the Seattle Symphony stage as he gives the world premiere of Mason Bates’ Cello Concerto. See conductor Ludovic Morlot lead the orchestra in a rare performance of Berlioz’s exquisite masterwork, Roméo et Juliette. And finally, finish your season by marveling in virtuoso pianist Yefim Bronfman’s all-Beethoven program.

WolfGang offers the opportunity to experience Seattle Symphony concerts with other patrons in their 20s and 30s who have a love for symphonic music. Enjoy pre- and post-concert receptions at local hot spots, and FREE wine intermissions on the Davis/Grinstein Promenade throughout the Symphony season. If you love symphonic music and want an accessible –– and fun! –– way to attend the Seattle Symphony, contact us at 206.215.4784 or wolfgang@seattlesymphony.org. You can also visit WolfGang on Facebook!