Celebrate Asia

The Seattle Symphony's tenth annual Celebrate Asia concert features music by famous Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Indian composers. Highlighted by pre- and post-concert entertainment, this spectacular event is a rare opportunity to revel in the rich musical traditions of Seattle's vibrant Asian communities.


Dates and Tickets

  • 11 Feb (Sun) 2018 4:00PM

Doors open

1 hour, 30 minutes prior to performance


S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium - Benaroya Hall


DaYe Lin


Born in Shandong, China in 1980, Lin DaYe began to study conducting at the age of 15 at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing. Lin Daye has collaborated with symphonies around the world, including the China Philharmonic Orchestra, the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra as well as with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.

Nishat Khan


Sitar virtuoso Nishat Khan transcends musical barriers with his spellbinding technical mastery and his uniquely invigorating and contemporary approach to Indian music. He is the torchbearer of seven generations and the 400-year old tradition of India’s most renowned musical family.

Warren Chang


Warren Chang is a foremost erhu artist and the founder and President of the Chinese Arts and Music Association, as well as the Music Director of the Seattle Chinese Orchestra.

Seattle Chinese Orchestra

The Seattle Chinese Orchestra (SCO) is the only traditional Chinese Orchestra in the Pacific Northwest. Its mission is to advocate and promote traditional Chinese music to the Western world.





Zhou Long

Rhyme of Taigu

Bochan Li

Tibet Overture

Nishat Khan

Finale from The Gate of the Moon (Sitar Concerto No 1)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Eine kleine Nachtmusik

Huoyuan Wu

Erhu Concert No. 1 “Capriccio for the Red Plum Blossom”

Traditional Chinese folk songs

Xiaogu Zhu

A medley of Chinese movie songs