As our community comes together in this time of crisis, the Seattle Symphony is continuing to share performances that provide strength, comfort and joy. The musicians of the Seattle Symphony have generously volunteered to share free broadcasts with everyone during this time of uncertainty. All broadcasts can be streamed through the Symphony’s social media channels on YouTube and Facebook.
This week we're rebroadcasting You Had Me At Cello from Town Hall Seattle’s September 2019 Homecoming Festival. Curated by Joshua Roman, the Artistic Director of the Town Hall Music Series and former Seattle Symphony Principal Cello, this concert blends the traditional cello ensemble with ambitious experimentation.
Saturday, April 4, at 8:30pm: You Had Me At Cello
Sunday, April 5, at 4pm: You Had Me At Cello
Saturday, April 4, at 10:30am: Tiny Clips for Tiny Tots: Brass
All times are Pacific Daylight Time (PDT).
This page will be updated with additional free broadcasts as they are announced.
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