Classical Music - Orchestra - Traditional Music Events in Seattle, United States

Seattle Bach Choir: MORITZ AND MADRIGALS in Seattle on 5 Jun

Seattle Bach Choir: MORITZ AND MADRIGALS

Seattle   Sunday, June 5, 2022   1500 - 1700
Free
Classical Music - Orchestra - Traditional Music Events
Moritz of Hesse-Kassel was the first patron of Heinrich Schutz, financing the composer's first trip to Venice, where he studied with Giovanni Gabrieli. We will perform selections from Schutz's Italian Madrigals and settings by the dedicatee of that collection, Duke Moritz ..
Insomnia: The Bach Goldberg Variations in Seattle on 13 May

Insomnia: The Bach Goldberg Variations

Seattle   Friday, May 13, 2022   2000 - 2230
55.00 USD
Classical Music - Orchestra - Traditional Music Events
When was the last time you heard classical music live? Emerald City Music is Seattle's home for eclectic, open-bar classical music shows featuring the world's best musicians. In our busy world, rest comes with a price. 17th Century Count Keyserling was no stranger to rest ..
Clarinet Dances, by Emerald City Music in Washington on 29 Apr

Clarinet Dances, by Emerald City Music

Washington   Friday, April 29, 2022   2000 - 2230
55.00 USD
Classical Music - Orchestra - Traditional Music Events
When was the last time you heard classical music live? Emerald City Music is Seattle's home for eclectic, open-bar classical music shows featuring the world's best musicians. Hear two remarkable and colorful clarinet quintets in one night! Carl Maria Von Weber's Clarinet ..
A Night of George Crumb in Washington on 25 Mar

A Night of George Crumb

Washington   Friday, March 25, 2022   2000 - 2230
55.00 USD
Classical Music - Orchestra - Traditional Music Events
"I am certain that most composers today would consider today's music to be rich, not to say confusing, in its enormous diversity of styles, technical procedures, and systems of esthetics." - George Crumb In this special theatrical evening, Emerald City Music hones in on ..
SEATTLE BACH CHOIR presents MARRY AND BURY in Seattle on 13 Mar

SEATTLE BACH CHOIR presents MARRY AND BURY

Seattle   Sunday, March 13, 2022   1500 - 1700
Free
Classical Music - Orchestra - Traditional Music Events
Here we present works written for specific occasions: a cantata for the 1734 wedding of Johann Adolf II of Saxe-Weissenfels to his second wife, composed by our namesake, J. S. Bach; and-in what is likely its first, complete performance in the U.S.-funeral music for the 17 ..
Evolution of the Piano in Seattle on 25 Feb

Evolution of the Piano

Seattle   Friday, February 25, 2022   2000 - 2230
55.00 USD
Classical Music - Orchestra - Traditional Music Events
This epic performance tells the tale of the world's most loved and versatile instrument, the piano. Listeners will follow its physical evolution and the iconic music written at each stage of technological development: from the harpsichord through the forte-piano, contemporar ..
THE GREAT DAY: From Final Judgement to New Life June 6th 3pm through July 4th 11:59pm in Seattle on 6 Jun

THE GREAT DAY: From Final Judgement to New Life June 6th 3pm through July 4th 11:59pm

Seattle   Sunday, June 6, 2021   1500 - 2355
10.00 USD
Classical Music - Orchestra - Traditional Music Events
Seattle Bach Choir, conducted by Dr. Daniel A Mahraun, closes their season of Perseverance, looking forward with hope to a return to in-person rehearsal and performance. To illustrate the journey of waiting, we offer musical descriptions of the Last Judgement and St. Michael ..
Evolution of the Piano, live at Emerald City Music in Seattle on 27 Mar

Evolution of the Piano, live at Emerald City Music

Seattle   Friday, March 27, 2020   2000 - 2200
45.00 USD
Classical Music - Orchestra - Traditional Music Events
Explore chronicles of the world's most versatile family of instruments: the keyboard. From harpsichord and piano to the modern-day synthesizer, this evening is packed full of both iconic and eclectic keyboard tunes. The Tunes Jordan Machine Poem no. 2 for piano an ..
Music of Remembrance presents Violins of Hope in Seattle on 1 Mar

Music of Remembrance presents Violins of Hope

Seattle   Sunday, March 1, 2020   1730 - 1930
55.00 USD
Classical Music - Orchestra - Traditional Music Events
The Violins of Hope are instruments owned and played by Jews before and during the Holocaust. Lovingly restored, they can now be heard again even though their owners were silenced. Music of Remembrance brings a quartet of these historic instruments to Seattle for a special ..
I Will Never Achieve This Again; Saint-Saens' "Organ" Symphony in Seattle on 2 Jun

I Will Never Achieve This Again; Saint-Saens' "Organ" Symphony

Seattle   Saturday, June 2, 2018   1400
20.00 USD
Classical Music - Orchestra - Traditional Music Events
An ardent pacifist and humanist, German composer Bernd Alois Zimmermann's abhorrence for his country's actions during World War II resulted in compositions that were cries for justice and brotherhood; one work was described as "a protest against what Zimmermann perceived as ..

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