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Seattle Symphony

BRETT CAMPBELL
3 pm Sunday, March 30., Sunday March 30 | Sold out.
 
[SEATTLE SUPER-SYMPHONICS] The Seattle Symphony recently hired one of the world’s hottest young conductors, Ludovic Morlot, who’s been drawing raves for his contemporary programming, making our own Oregon Symphony look downright stodgy by comparison. Unlike the OSO’s token five-minute nods to today’s music, the SSO program includes 2013’s expansive 2013 Become Ocean, an acclaimed major work commissioned from the greatest living Northwest composer, Alaska’s John Luther Adams. Also featured are early 20th-century French-American radical composer Edgard Varese’s Deserts and an inspiration for Adams’ piece: Debussy’s earlier magnificent, impressionistic portrait, La Mer (The Sea).

Where: Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Phone: 248-4335
Address: 1037 SW Broadway
Website: www.pcpa.com

 
 
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