Sibelius' Piano Quintet Tickets
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Seattle Symphony tickets at Benaroya Hall,Seattle,WA on 3/15 2:00PM
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Details of Sibelius' Piano Quintet and the Ticket Luck value
Released in 1992 under the label of Chandos, Sibelius Piano Quintet is a masterpiece composition of Jean Sibelius. This piano quintet is performed by Brendan O'Kelly, Anthony Goldstone, John Georgiadis and Ian Jewel. With the orchestra of Gabrieli String Quartet accompanying it, this piano quintet becomes one hour and fourteen minutes of pure musical bliss. People who admire these kinds of compositions know how valuable Sibelius Piano Quintet tickets are and waste no time in booking them.
Anyone who knows Sibelius knows what a truly amazing composer he was. So it does not come as a surprise that this composition, among so many of his others, is absolutely mesmerizing. Hailing from the Romantic period of Finland, Sibelius made major contributions in forming a national identity for his country. His most important work includes the set of seven symphonies, Finlandia, The Maiden in the Tower and The Tempest. The extent of his popularity can be measured from the fact that his image was put on the 100 mark bill in Finland until 2000. Also, Flag Day or 'Day of the Finnish Music' is celebrated on December 8 in the country every year.
As for Sibelius: piano quintet, he composed it when he was just twenty five. Interesting to note here is that Sebelius rejected this peace at one time, calling it 'absolute rubbish'. But many listeners would go on to admire it and a famous annotator Christopher Morley described it as 'astonishing'. In reality, this composition is more like an advanced level of Sibelius' earlier works, encompassing the composer's Scandinavian roots.
Performing the quintet requires expertise. At its premier, Ferruccio Busoni was the pianist and he did complete justice to the composition. The current performers on this quintet for piano and string in G minor are Ian Jewel on viola, John Georgiadis and Brenden O'Kelly on violin, Anthony Goldstone on piano and Keith Harvey on cello. All these artists know how to give a symphonic texture to this precious composition.
Sibelius: piano quintet is a presentation of Seattle Symphony. With over 140 complete recordings, twelve Grammy nominations and two Emmys, this popular American orchestra is simply perfect for an equally perfect composition like this. The orchestra's music director is Ludovic Marlot who is in his third year as the artistic leader of the organization but has already made ample contributions in making the company a nationally and internationally acclaimed one.
Seattle Symphony chose Benaroya Hall for its performances; a concert venue that is one of the finest in the world. Located in downtown Seattle, Benaroya Hall boasts of superb acoustics and a presentation of contemporary works where each program is more remarkable than the other. It's also features classic compositions of which Sibelius: piano quintet is one. Where a nationally acclaimed concert venue features a program as brilliant as this, the result is an absolutely memorable experience.
For Sibelius' lovers, all of his performances are equally amazing but there is something more to this piano quintet. If you are looking to spend a memorable evening with your partner, nothing can make it more special than Sibelius: piano quintet.