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Ray Chen Plays Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto

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Ray Chen makes his Seattle Symphony debut with Tchaikovsky’s enchanting Violin Concerto, one of the most beloved works for the violin. Brimming with irresistible melodies, the concerto dazzles from its gorgeous opening to its pyrotechnic finale. Shostakovich’s Eleventh Symphony marks the events of the brutally crushed 1905 Russian Revolution — protest and defiance against oppression rendered in thrilling music.

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Thursday, 4 November, 2021 7:30PM

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Saturday, 6 November, 2021 8:00PM

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Sunday, 7 November, 2021 2:00PM

Dausgaard Conducts Brahms

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Brahms’ First Symphony was decades in the making. His loyal public waited years to hear it and were rewarded with a towering masterpiece of emotion — noble, tender and heroic emotions clothed in orchestral garments. Simon Steen-Andersen’s intriguing Piano Concerto with film explores the inexorable force of gravity in music.

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Thursday, 11 November, 2021 7:30PM

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Saturday, 13 November, 2021 8:00PM

Beach Gaelic Symphony

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Bursting with vitality and character, Amy Beach’s “Gaelic” Symphony is among the great American symphonies, full of lush harmonies and sweeping melodies. Music Director Thomas Dausgaard conducts this powerhouse program including a rare double harp concerto by American composer Hannah Lash.

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Thursday, 18 November, 2021 7:30PM

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Saturday, 20 November, 2021 8:00PM

Barber Symphony No. 1

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Uniquely pioneering sound worlds of Florence Price and Samuel Barber frame a brand new work by firebrand composer Joel Thompson. Ravel looked to the fresh rhythms of jazz to create his Piano Concerto, a joyful showcase for stunning pianist Hélène Grimaud.

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Thursday, 2 December, 2021 7:30PM

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Saturday, 4 December, 2021 8:00PM

The Music of John Adams

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With the composer conducting, pianist Jeremy Denk tangles with John Adams’ Must the Devil Have All the Good Tunes?, a funky and diabolically tricky piano concerto. Partly inspired by films produced in Hollywood during the late forties, Adams’ City Noir moves between restless pockets of energy and surging, cinematic melodies.

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Thursday, 6 January, 2022 7:30PM

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Saturday, 8 January, 2022 8:00PM

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