Why See Seattle Symphony - Beethoven Symphony No. 9?
Celebrate The New Year With Beethoven's Ninth
End 2017 on a jubilant, life-affirming note in the company of the Seattle Symphony as they perform Beethoven's uplifting paean to the triumph of the human spirit, helmed by Grammy-nominated guest conductor Alastair Willis. They'll be joined by the symphony's principal violist Susan Gulkis Assadi, soprano Angela Meade and the Seattle Symphony Chorale amongst others.
A declaration of universal brotherhood in the face of Europe's oppressive political environment at the time of its writing, the symphony is home to one of the most recognisable passages of music of all time, the Ode To Joy. The glorious choral masterwork is bound to raise spirits and send audiences home renewed and refreshed.
The Magic Flute Overture - Mozart
Flos campi - Ralph Vaughn Williams
Symphony No. 9 - Beethoven
Opening night: 28 December 2017
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