On Thursday, May 17, the Seattle Symphony will delight you with the only opera by composed by Béla Bartók. A castle filled with forbidden doors, a torture chamber, a jewel house, a garden and a lake of tears make for an eerie story about past lives and Bluebeard’s past wives.
When Harry Case was in his early teens, he went with his family on a trip into the Cascades and saw a forest that had been clear cut. “I got disgusted,” said Case, now 84. He vowed to own a chunk of forest land that he could preserve.
Seattle Symphony’s new Family Connections Program offers free tickets to kids and teens, 8 -18. Give your kids (and yourself!) a little culture and head to the symphony!
From boats to James Bond to wine and chocolate… it’s the first weekend during the month of love in Seattle! Here are some of our favorite events this weekend.
Trekkie fans, here’s your chance to meet Commander William T Riker, and hear the best scifi theme songs of all time, performed by the Seattle Symphony!
The Seattle Symphony is inviting you to their Symphony Summer Classic Movie Nights. Two of America’s best movies of all time on the big screen – with the Seattle Symphony’s live accompaniment!
Get the remote out of your kids’ hands, and take them to the symphony! They’ll get to watch some of their favorite video game clips, and get cultured! It’s PLAY! a video game symphony!