Pianist Inon Barnatan, hailed by The New York Times as "one of the most admired pianists of his generation," is celebrated for his poetic sensibility, musical intelligence and consummate artistry. He recently served for three seasons as the inaugural Artist-in-Association of the New York Philharmonic. In 2019, Barnatan recorded Beethoven’s complete piano concertos for Pentatone with conductor Alan Gilbert and London's Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, making him the perfect artist to bring to life Beethoven's Second Piano Concerto and also Mozart’s “Jeunehomme” Piano Concerto on the Benaroya Hall stage.
Thursday, 20 May, 2021 7:30PM
Featuring Seattle Symphony musicians
Watch the talented musicians of the Seattle Symphony take center stage to perform an exquisite assortment of chamber works for brass and organ on the Benaroya Hall stage. The program includes selections by Gigout, Dukas, Duruflé alongside contemporary works by Anthony DiLorenzo and Anthony Barfield.
Thursday, 27 May, 2021 7:30PM
John Turman host
Seattle Symphony woodwind quintet
What's your favorite color? The flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon will explore the many colors of the woodwind family through enchanting music your littlest ones will love. Host and Seattle Symphony Horn John Turman will be joined by a Seattle Symphony woodwind quintet for this musical adventure. Tiny Clips for Tiny Tots, modeled after the Symphony's Tiny Tots concert series, offers short performances full of fun and discovery for the young and young at heart. These virtual, interactive and fun concerts are approximately 18 minutes.
Friday, 4 June, 2021 11:00AM
Join the Seattle Symphony as we wish upon the stars in this one-night-only performance of some of your favorite movie musical moments. Conductor Larry Loh returns to Seattle for this joyful and nostalgia-filled program featuring popular selections from Beauty and the Beast, How to Train Your Dragon and The Jungle Book, as well as beloved classical works from Fantasia and Fantasia 2000.
Friday, 4 June, 2021 8:00PM
Prokofiev’s second Violin Concerto runs the gamut: melancholic melodies, dazzling fingerwork, soaring themes and a rambunctious stomp of a finale with all the bells and whistles. Augustin Hadelich returns to Seattle to perform this masterpiece under the baton of Conductor Emeritus Ludovic Morlot. Anchoring the program is Haydn’s intense Symphony No. 86.
Thursday, 10 June, 2021 7:30PM