Meet the violin in Octave 9! Seattle Symphony violin Andy Liang will perform short pieces and invite questions from curious little ones in a sensory-friendly environment. Children will learn how to be musical explorers and try out instruments before the show.
Pre-Concert Activities begin 30 minutes prior to each performance. Free with ticket purchase.
30 minutes prior to performance
Octave 9: Raisbeck Music Center - Benaroya Hall
Meg Harmon is the creator of Collective Harmony and a practicing board certified music therapist. She has studied classical, popular, jazz and sacred genres for voice and piano in addition to earning a degree in music therapy from Seattle Pacific University. Her innovative work with people of all ages and abilities reflects Meg's passion for creating safe, connective spaces and making music accessible to all.
After making his solo debut with the Oregon Symphony at the age of 11, violinist Andy Liang went on to perform in Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, and Boston’s Jordan Hall by the age of 15. He began his violin studies with his father at the age of five, and has been featured on NPR’s “From the Top” radio program