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Tan Dun’s Elegy: Snow in June recalls a 13th century Chinese play in which a young woman is executed for crimes she did not commit. Juri Seo’s Lost Songs confronts the extinction of Hawaii’s Kauaʻi ʻōʻō bird, offering hope through preserving the memory of its song. Portland composer and violist Kenji Bunch offers a tribute American string music music traditions in his work String Circle.

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Friday, 16 October, 2020 10:00PM

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Seattle Symphony musicians perform Caroline Shaw’s Haydn-influenced string quartet, Entr’acte, and John Zorn’s surrealist Obscure Objects of Desire, inspired by the films of Luis Buñuel. Inspired by Stravinsky’s classic suite, The Soldier's Tale, legendary trumpet player and composer Wynton Marsalis offers a new story about creativity and the struggle for artistic freedom in his A Fiddler’s Tale Suite.

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Friday, 26 February, 2021 10:00PM

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American composer Gernot Wolfgang’s Impressions paints musical portraits of a Venetian carnival, a dream state and the American West, evoking a variety of genres from jazz to country. German composer Paul Hindemith offers a rare pairing in his Trumpet and Bassoon Concerto. Brass players shine in the popular Quintet No. 1 by British composer Malcolm Arnold, who is perhaps best known for his Oscar-winning film score for The Bridge on the River Kwai.

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Friday, 11 June, 2021 10:00PM

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