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The famous Seattle Symphony is now heading your way for another great performance. Under the music directorship of Ludovic Marlot, the company has established a strong footing in the Pacific Northwest cultural scene. SS was formed in 1903 and today, it is known for amazing performances, community programs and recordings. The Symphony presents over 200 performances every year, to an audience of more than 300,000. Playing at the Benaroya Hall since 1998, the orchestra has also launched its own Soundbridge “Seattle Symphony Music Discovery Center”, which offers opportunities to people of all ages to discover the world of symphony orchestra. This time around, the company is featuring Mozart's work. To be a part of this event, get hold of the Mozart's Flute Violin tickets right away.
Seattle Symphony garnered a lot of critical acclaim specifically during its 2011-2012 season, after presenting successful performances of Stravinsky's “The Kite of Spring”, Holst's “The Planets” and Berlioz's “The Damnation of Faust”. Not only this, the season also presented work by the famous French composer, Henri Dutilleux. The second season, 2012-2013 led by Morlot, marked even greater success for the orchestra, as it included some smash-hit productions, including, Rachmaninov's “Piano Concertos” as well as “Turangalila”.
Among many upcoming shows by the company, one will feature Mozart's flute and violin compositions. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, known commonly as Mozart, was a leading composer of the 18th century. The talented pianist and violinist began playing at the age of five and even performed for the European royalty. Having composed over 600 pieces, he is acknowledged as one of the pioneer of symphonic, choral, chamber and operatic music genres. What's commendable about his music is its natural flow and magnetism that expresses pleasure, grief, humor and emotions with thorough conviction. His operas are still viewed as master pieces, including his piano concertos and symphonies.
Mozart showed interest in music at the tender age of tree. Playing at the Clacichord at the age of three, the artist began writing his own compositions by the time he was four years old. His first live show took place at Salzburg University at the age of five, and in January of the same year, he performed for the Elector of Bavaria. Mozart began playing the violin at the age of seven, and thereafter word of his brilliance spread all over. From 1763 to 1766, he toured across Europe with his father Leopoldo, and sister Nannerl. After enthralling audiences after many successful concerts, the family returned to Salzburg and Mozart began recording his first opera, "Apollo et Hyacinthus".
Mozart is recognized for writing his opera, “Idomeneo” in 1780, which became an instant hit in Munich. Chosen as a “Konzertmeister” at the “Salzburg Court”, he left this post in 1780, and settled down in Vienna, where his music was highly appreciated. In 1782, he introduced another brilliant opera, “Die Entführung aus dem Serail”, which also saw a lot of success. In 1784, the legend joined the group, “Freemasons”, and starting composing music for it. During these years, he composed numerous quartets and sonatas and even performed as a soloist in piano concertos. Mozart embarked on many trips in his last years and garnered thousands of fans. Today, his music is celebrated all over the world and is played at numerous events.
The event featuring Mozart's flute and violin compositions is scheduled to take place at the Benaroya Hall, which is known for its architectural splendor. Located in downtown Seattle, it includes two auditoriums, “S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium” and the “Nordstorm Recital Hall”. With a combined capacity of about 3000 seats, the Benaroya Hall is known for its extravagance, technology-infused auditory and prominent location. So if you're also a fan of the legendary Mozart and want to hear some of his master pieces, get the Mozart's Flute Violin tickets for yourself right away.