The Seattle Symphony Orchestra Tickets

In the surrounding region of Seattle, the Seattle Symphony Orchestra is known for its annual live performances, community interactions and studio recordings. The Seattle Symphony Orchestra kicks off its season in the month of September and it goes all the way up till July of next year. During their season, the orchestra performs in front of a total of number of more than 300,000 patrons every year. Each year, during its season, the Seattle Symphony Orchestra gives more than two hundred live performances that are highly anticipated by the followers of orchestral music. The Seattle Symphony Orchestra tickets, during its season, see a sudden rise in demand as well. In the years 2007 and 2008, the orchestra also self-produced two television specials in each year. Titled, Seattle Symphony from Benaroya Hall: Brahms, Kemis and Kodaly and Seattle Symphony from Benaroya Hall, both of these television specials were released to critical acclaim and also went on to claim Emmy Awards.

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Events Venue Location Date Tickets
Seattle Symphony Orchestra: Pablo Rus Broseta - Shostakovich Symphony No. 10 Benaroya Hall - Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium Seattle Thursday
10/26/2017 7:30 PM
Seattle Symphony Orchestra: Dmitry Sinkovsky - Vivaldi Four Seasons Benaroya Hall - Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium Seattle Friday
10/27/2017 12:00 PM
Seattle Symphony Orchestra: Pablo Rus Broseta - Shostakovich Symphony No. 10 Benaroya Hall - Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium Seattle Sunday
10/29/2017 2:00 PM
Seattle Symphony Orchestra: Ludovic Morlot - Berlioz Benaroya Hall - Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium Seattle Thursday
11/2/2017 7:30 PM
Seattle Symphony Orchestra: Ludovic Morlot - Berlioz Benaroya Hall - Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium Seattle Saturday
11/4/2017 8:00 PM

About The Seattle Symphony Orchestra

The Seattle Symphony Orchestra gave its very first live performance back on December 29, 1903. Since that day, the orchestra has been enjoying a good amount of following among those who enjoy symphonic and orchestral music. During its early years after the formation, the orchestra was led by none other than Sir Thomas Beecham, which played a vital role in development of the orchestra’s reputation in the world of symphonic music. Later on Milton Katims took charge of the orchestra as its new Music Director in 1954. And thus began Katims’ lustrous reign as the orchestra’s music director which lasted for twenty two years. Under his tenure, the education programs by the orchestra were immensely multiplied. The orchestra went on its very first European tour in 1980 under the tenure of Rainer Miedel as its music director. Miedel held the position from 1976 till 1983. Later on, the orchestra also went on to garner twelve Grammy Award nominations and made more than 125 recordings; all done under the leadership of Gerard Schwarz as its new music director.
The 2003 – 2004 marked to be the Centennial Season of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, which was celebrated with the performances of the commissions given by the seven of the most popular composers in United States. Apart from that, since 1983, the Seattle Symphony Orchestra has also performed more than a hundred premieres. The orchestra is known for focusing and giving more recognition to the works of those 20th century composers that are often neglected by most of the orchestras. By performing their music live and on their recordings, the orchestra seeks to re-establish their reputation and work among the listeners of symphony music.  
As of now, Ludovic Morlot heads the orchestra as its new and current music director. Being one of the most prolific conductors of our time, Morlot took charge of the position during orchestra’s 2011 – 2012 season. Also in the same season, the orchestra honored the musical heritage of the Seattle by performing critically acclaimed performances of The Planets by Holst, The Damnation of Faust by Berlioz and The Rite of Spring by Stravinsky. All of these three performances well positively received, along with the performances that explored the works of famous French composer Henri Dutilleux.
The Seattle Symphony Orchestra has been giving its live performances at the Benaroya Hall in Downtown Seattle since 1998. The Benaroya Hall is known for its incredible acoustics and architectural beauty. The orchestra also started holding exhibits, live music presentations, and classes at its Soundbridge Seattle Symphony Discovery Center. In addition to that, the orchestra also brings the true classical music to a large number of people through its community outreach programs.
The Seattle Symphony Orchestra’s current season has kicked off quite recently and their performances are attracting many. If you wish to be a witness to one of their performances then get your cheap the Seattle Symphony Orchestra tickets as soon as possible. 

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