HOW DOES IT WORK?
- Campus Club is good for most Seattle Symphony performances, based on availability. (See below calendar for available concerts)
- Orchestra level tickets can only be purchased on the day of the show. In-person purchases require current student ID.
- Campus Club tickets can be purchased online, through the Listen Boldly app or in person at the Ticket Office.
- Pay As You Go Campus Club members are limited to one ticket per member, per performance.*
- Campus Club Premier Members are limited to one free ticket and one $12 companion ticket per Campus Club Premier member, per performance.*
- Memberships are good from October to July. Campus Club Premier Membership cannot be prorated.
*Unless otherwise noted in a special offer.
**To retreive your tickets on the app be sure you are logged in to your account, once you are logged in your tickets can be accessed in the account tab
*** If you would like to attend a concert on the same day you apply, please be aware that your application must be submitted 3 hours prior to the performance.
Campus Club has been generously underwritten by Maggie Walker.
Campus Club Events
In the Spotlight: Gabrielli & Clarke
Sunday, 2 June, 2019 5:00PM
Bringing rarely performed works to life, hear two uncovered gems by Rebecca Clarke. Known for her lush sonorities, both pieces by Clarke were only made available to the public in the last decade. Featuring works by Domenico Gabrielli, a cello pioneer of the Italian Baroque era, and Einohjuani Rautavaara, a mystical Finnish composer, this program closes with an early Beethoven chamber work inspired by the prodigy Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
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In the Spotlight: Hannah Kendall
Monday, 10 June, 2019 7:30PM
Join London-born composer Hannah Kendall for an evening of conversation and chamber music following the U.S. premiere of her intricate and beautifully crafted orchestral work, The Spark Catchers. Kendall frequently draws inspiration from other art forms, including a 2017 installation by sculptor Katriona Beales entitled Network Bed.