MUSIC ON THE PROGRAM FUSES
BRAHMS’ SYMPHONY NO. 1 AND RADIOHEAD’S OK COMPUTER
CONDUCTED BY COMPOSER AND ARRANGER STEVE HACKMAN
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SEATTLE, WA – On July 11 at 8 p.m., the Seattle Symphony will be led by conductor, composer and arranger Steve Hackman in Brahms V. Radiohead, an innovative program fusing two masterpieces from two different centuries. Vocalists Kéren Tayar, Andrew Lipke and Bill Prokopow join the orchestra interweaving Radiohead’s landmark OK Computer and Johannes Brahms’ lush First Symphony.
Known for his cross-genre compositions, Steve Hackman’s inventive works have led to appointments as creative director with the Indianapolis Symphony and Pittsburgh Symphony on their alternative series aimed to attract younger audiences.