Where Are the Concerts?

Happy Seattle summer, classical music lovers! After three years of maintaining the concert calendar, I’ve been slowly winding it down and will not be posting events for the upcoming concert season. Thank you for all your support throughout this project! It’s … Continue reading

Happy Summer, Seattle!

Greetings, Seattle! Hope everyone’s been enjoying the glorious summer sunshine. We’re emerging from our summer vacation to start preparing for the upcoming concert season. We’re currently updating the Concert Calendar for the full 2013-14 season. We’ll continue to add performances … Continue reading

Weekly Concert Round-up: May 12 – 18

This week’s featured concerts: May 15-17 & 22-24 — Spectrum Dance Theater premieres seven new dance works set to string quartets by American composers, with live music performed by the chamber musicians of Simple Measures. May 16 – 17 — Choral Arts sings folk songs from around … Continue reading

This Month In Seattle: Classical Music Picks For May

Though May is already in full swing, there are still plenty of options for classical music fans looking for live music this month. It’s a busy time of year for Seattle’s classical music community as ensembles and organizations prepare to … Continue reading

Weekly Concert Round-up: May 5 – 11

This week’s featured concerts: May 9 – 11 — Choral ensemble The Esoterics performs music inspired by forests, trees, and flowers. Hear songs from a variety of global traditions, including works that incorporate poetry from Japan, America, and ancient Rome. May 10 — Immerse yourself … Continue reading

Hilary Hahn Shines at UW World Series

A few pieces into violinist Hilary Hahn‘s recital at the University of Washington, my companion leaned over and whispered in amazement, “Her tone is like clarified butter!” Indeed, Hahn’s sound is gloriously full and smooth — anything but gritty. When combined with her exacting … Continue reading

Weekly Concert Round-up: April 28 – May 4

This week’s featured concerts: Apr. 28 – May 4 — Salish Sea Early Music Festival presents a program of trio sonatas from the Baroque era. Hear works for harpsichord, baroque flute, and viola da gamba by J.S. Bach, Rameau, Couperin, and others. … Continue reading

Weekly Concert Round-up: April 21 – 27

This week’s featured concerts: Apr. 22 — Cellist Joshua Roman returns to the Town Hall stage, this time with a program of music by Russian composers. He’ll be joined by pianist Andrius Zlabys for Stravinsky’s Suite Italienne (from Pulcinella) and Schnittke’s Sonata for Cello and … Continue reading