Where does the Seattle symphony perform?

Where does the Seattle symphony perform?

Benaroya Hall
The Symphony performs in Benaroya Hall in the heart of downtown Seattle from September through July, reaching over 500,000 people annually through live performances and radio broadcasts. View the 2019/2020 Annual Report.

Is Benaroya Hall open?

To ensure the health and safety of everyone involved, Benaroya Hall Ticket Office staff are all currently working remotely and Benaroya Hall remains closed to the public. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work through all of your requests and questions.

Who is the current conductor of the Seattle symphony?

Thomas Dausgaard
The orchestra also serves as the accompanying orchestra for the Seattle Opera. Their rendition of Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 9, opus 125: Molto vivace” had appeared as a music sample on Windows XP….

Seattle Symphony
Principal conductor Thomas Dausgaard

How many seats are in Benaroya Hall?

The crown jewel of Benaroya Hall is the 2,479-seat S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium. This gorgeous auditorium is an acoustically brilliant venue that can accommodate a wide variety of events ranging from acoustical or amplified musical performances to lectures, business meetings, awards ceremonies and graduations.

When was Benaroya Hall built?

September 1998
Before the $118.1 million Benaroya Hall opened in September 1998, the Orchestra and the City of Seattle found themselves locked in “cultural gridlock.” The city, known for its varied performing arts ensembles, lacked venues to support them all.

Who is the host of the Seattle Symphony?

Ride along the river and out to the sea with the Seattle Symphony’s adventurous journey in imaginary seascapes. Extend your experience with a craft activity after the concert. Host and Seattle Symphony Horn John Turman will be joined by various members of the Seattle Symphony for this musical adventure.

What is the future of the Seattle Symphony?

The unprecedented coronavirus pandemic has serious ramifications for the future of symphonic music in Seattle. Philanthropic support is essential to ensuring a bright future for your Seattle Symphony when our doors at Benaroya Hall open once more. Learn more and make your gift today!

When was the first concert of the Seattle Symphony?

The Seattle Symphony played its first concert on December 29, 1903 at Christensen’s Hall, just across the street from where Benaroya Hall stands today! That first concert included music by Bruch, Massenet and Schubert.

Where can I buy tickets for the Seattle Symphony?

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