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Performing and recording since 1903, the Seattle Symphony Orchestra is all set for its upcoming show at Benaroya Hall. If you like listening to classic music, this upcoming event is the right place for you. Seattle Symphony Orchestra has been playing in front of a large audience not just in the US, but in several countries across the world. Honored with multiple awards, the orchestra is currently working under the guidance of the music director, Ludovic Morlot, and also features many other talented instrumentalists. If you want to see the band perform live, delay no more in getting your hands on the best Baroque tickets.
Seattle Symphony Orchestra gave its first performance in December, 1903, with Harry West as the conductor. Since then, the orchestra has played a major role in promotion of Pacific Northwest's cultural scene and is known for its exceptional programming, performances recordings and community engagements. Right after the debut performance, Seattle Symphony Orchestra maintained a unique spot throughout the symphonic music fraternity and is highly admired to this date. Since 1903, many talented music directors have worked with SSO and helped it improve its skills and build a handsome reputation throughout the music world.
During its early years, the orchestra's skill and reputation polished under the guidance of Sir Thomas Beecham. Following the 1950s, Milton Katims joined Seattle Symphony Orchestra as the conductor and did a lot of work to improve and enhance its educational programs. In 1980, Rainer Miedél led the orchestra during its first European tour. Following the 80s, Gerard Schwarz joined the SSO family. During his 26-year tenure, he earned the orchestra two Emmy Award and twelve Grammy Award nominations. Currently, the orchestra is working under the leadership of Ludovic Msorlot, an experienced conductor of his time.
Morlot has garnered immense fame and recognition for his performances of Berlioz's The Damnation of Faust, Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring and Holst's The Planets; a project designed by Morlot to introduce contemporary works. Morlot did not just earn the orchestra worldwide acknowledgment, but he also helped expand the spectrum and vision of each member through proper educational programs. In the early 2000s, the orchestra took an initiative and opened the Soundbridge Seattle Symphony Music Discovery Center for all those willing to learn about symphonic music. The project provided people of all ages with the opportunity to explore the world of symphonic music through classes, exhibits and live music presentations. Almost 50,000 people of all age groups are currently benefiting from SSO's education programs.
Noted for its architectural and acoustic splendor, the Benaroya Hall will soon be hosting a live concert by the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. Their music has never focused on one composer or a conductor but many musical directors from various regions of the world including, Silk Road region, Central Europe, Pacific Rim, Latin America and the United States. Apart from that, Seattle Symphony Orchestra has also honored many legendary composers by arranging several music festivals, including the Mozart Festival, Shostakovich Festival and Beethoven & Wine Festival Music of Central Europe: Bridging the 48th Parallel.
The current conductor of the orchestra, Ludovic Morlot also lead the Rachfest in 2012, featuring four award winning young artists, performing the full cycle of Rachmaninov's piano concertos. The main reason behind these festivals was to support the creative efforts of composers. All those looking forward to attending their upcoming event should know that they'll be getting to see a variety of talented artists playing several instruments like, violin, clarinet, English horn, tuba, cello, percussion, flute, bass and keyboard. If you want to enjoy the show from a nicer view, don't forget to get your hands on the best Baroque tickets.