The Seattle Symphony on Tour
The Seattle Symphony is deeply committed to the grand tradition of orchestral touring, which brings the Orchestra's music-making magic to new audiences outside the Puget Sound region.
The Southern California Tour, 2008
The Seattle Symphony sought the warm California Sun in spring 2008 for a week-long tour of Southern California with world-renowned violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg.
Washington State Tour, 2004
In October 2004, the Symphony embarked on a three-city Washington State Tour. Assistant Conductor Christian Knapp led the Orchestra on the tour, which included stops in Ellensburg, Moses Lake and Pullman.
East Coast Centennial Tour, 2003
During the 2003–2004 Centennial Season, the Seattle Symphony made an historic East Coast Centennial Tour, which included the Orchestra's Carnegie Hall debut on April 1, 2004. The Carnegie Hall program included the New York premiere of Bright Sheng's The Phoenix with soprano Jane Eaglen as soloist, as well as R. Strauss' Tod und Verklärung ("Death and Transfiguration"), Op. 24, and Sibelius' Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 43.
In addition to the Carnegie Hall performance, the tour included concerts in Mechanics Hall, Worcester, Massachusetts, on March 30; State Theater, New Brunswick, New Jersey on March 31; and Tilles Center for the Performing Arts, Long Island, New York, on April 2.
Florida Tour, 2002
During the 2001–2002 season, the Seattle Symphony embarked on a five-concert tour of Florida, its first visit to that state. The Seattle Symphony's Florida Tour 2002, sponsored in part by BAX Global, played to sold-out concert venues and garnered extensive critical acclaim by audiences and critics alike. Seattle Symphony patrons back home also followed the Florida Tour through daily tour reports broadcast on Classical KING FM 98.1.
Washington State Tour, 2002
In October 2002, the Symphony traveled to central and eastern Washington. This four-concert tour brought the beauty and power of Seattle Symphony performances to concert-goers outside the Puget Sound region.