Seattle Symphony rebroadcasts Piazzolla’s The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires led by Associate Conductor Lee Mills and featuring Principal Second Violin Elisa Barston
This week, the Seattle Symphony brings The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires by famed Argentinian composer Astor Piazzolla to its ongoing lineup of free weekly streams of past concerts.
Led by Douglas F. King Associate Conductor Lee Mills with Seattle Symphony Principal Second Violin Elisa Barston as soloist, the concert was originally performed at Benaroya Hall on December 28, 2019.
Lee Mills conducts with a “precision and enthusiasm [that bring] the entire audience [the] enchantment of the pieces [he leads]” (movimento.com), while Elisa Barston “[projects] the kind of warmth and bloom that are not always to be experienced” (Seen and Heard International).
Piazzolla The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires joins previously announced education and family programming, Meet the Instrument: Percussion with Seattle Symphony Principal Percussion Michael A. Werner on Wednesday at 11am and Tiny Clips for Tiny Tots: Percussion hosted by Seattle Symphony Horn John Turman on Friday at 11am.
The Seattle Symphony is continuing to share free livestreams and rebroadcasts weekly until the orchestra can return to the Benaroya Hall stage in hopes that these performances provide strength, comfort and joy.
Inspired by the orchestra’s dedication to serving the community, more than 3,200 people have stepped forward with a donation since the closure of Benaroya Hall.
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The Seattle Symphony looks forward to welcoming audiences back to Benaroya Hall again very soon and wishes everyone health and comfort in the coming weeks.
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Posted on April 21, 2020READ MORE BEYOND THE STAGE