Kick off the holidays at the Seattle Symphony’s annual Holiday Musical Salute, featuring fabulous pop-up gift shops and a concert of seasonal favorites featuring the Seattle Symphony, Young Artist Stephen Leou, and Northwest Boychoir Apprentices. This popular holiday tradition includes a hot cider reception and luncheon, all to benefit the Seattle Symphony’s Players’ Pension Plan. It’s the perfect way to start your holiday season!
The Northwest Boychoir Apprentices are young singers who are members of the training program that prepares choristers for advancement into the acclaimed Northwest Boychoir.
Portuguese-American conductor Jacomo Bairos continues to redefine what a conductor can be and do in the 21st century, challenging the preconceptions of orchestral repertoire, blurring the lines of genre, and integrating the orchestra into the broader community in holistic and organic new ways.
Stephen Leou, 14, studies cello with Leslie Marckx. At age 11, Stephen debuted with the Cascade Symphony as their “Rising Star” Concerto Competition Winner, under the baton of Michael Miropolsky.
The Seattle Symphony is one of America’s leading symphony orchestras and is internationally acclaimed for its innovative programming and extensive recording history.