|Latest Vivaldi Tickets|
Kansas City Symphony: Jason Seber & Stirling Trent - Vivaldi
Helzberg Hall - Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
Dec 7 2016
Seattle Symphony Orchestra: Pablo Rus Broseta - Vivaldi
Benaroya Hall - Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium
Dec 30 2016
Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Fabio Biondi - Vivaldi, Corelli & Vivica Genaux
Chicago Symphony Center
Feb 9 2017
Ensemble ACJW: TBA - Vivaldi, Marcello & Caroline Shaw
Carnegie Hall - Joan & Sanford I. Weill Recital Hall
Feb 20 2017
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Seattle Symphony Orchestra is ranked among some of the most prominent Symphony Orchestras in the nation and quite recently, the orchestra has announced its schedule lineup for its upcoming season. Among other exciting series and performances headed your way this season is the Baroque & Wine Series that will celebrate the timeless compositions of some of the biggest Baroque composers. The series will pay homage to Purcell, Handel, J.S. Bach and Vivaldi by staging one composition by each of these composers. The evening will also offer wine tastings to the attendees as they listen to Purcell's Chaconne, Handel's Concerto grosso in F Major, Op. 6, No. 9, Bach's Cantata No. 51 and Gloria by Vivaldi. For this series, Seattle Symphony and Seattle Symphony Chorale will be joining forces with Stephen Layton, Amanda Forsythe, Deanne Meek, and David Gordon. So experience an evening full of Baroque classics and wine tastings with Baroque & Wine Series: Handel & Vivaldi tickets.
Formed in 1903, Seattle Symphony Orchestra has earned the status of being an important part of Pacific Northwest cultural and musical scene over the years. With its crafted-to-perfection live performances, recording as well as community outreach programs, Seattle Symphony boasts enjoying substantial patronage within the region. Seattle Symphony's fan base is more than 25,000 subscribers strong, and each season it entertains almost 300,000 listeners with its live programs. Over the years, Seattle Symphony has been led to prominence under the leadership of its talented Music Directors including the likes of Sir Thomas Beecham to the present Music Director, Ludovic Morlot. Morlot took charge of the role during 2011-12 season and since then some of his lauded success include acclaimed performances of the Planets by Holst, Damnation of Faust by Berlioz and much more. Furthermore, Morlot is also known for his experimental and contemporary programming while remaining true to the classics.
Presently, Seattle Symphony Orchestra stages its programs at the acoustically and architecturally praised Benaroya Hall located in Downtown Seattle. Seattle Symphony had its inaugural season at the Benaroya Hall in 1998 and three years later it opened up Soundbridge Seattle Symphony Music Discovery Center. Soundbridge welcomes people from different walks of life to explore the realm of symphony music through live presentations, exhibits and demos that are held there. The orchestra is also known for its community outreach programs, and through those it manages to bring symphonic music to more than 50,000 people annually.
In classical music, Baroque music era is one of the most studied and performed styles of music. Antonio Vivaldi, Johann Sebastian Bach, Henry Purcell, and George Frideric Handel are among the luminaries of the Baroque era music. Hailing from Venice, Antonio Vivaldi is considered to be one of the greatest Baroque era composers who enjoyed widespread influence throughout Europe. He is known for several of his instrumental concertos, especially for his violin concertos called The Four Seasons. Today, he is one of the most popular and recorded Baroque composers who has also influenced the likes of J. S. Bach. This coming season, Seattle Symphony will be performing one of his popular sacred works called Gloria. Just like most of Vivaldi's works, Gloria also went through years of obscurity until it became popular later in 20th century.
The Baroque & Wine Series will have its performances staged on May 15 and May 16, 2015. The series will conclude Seattle Symphony's 2014-15 season with four of the biggest Baroque era classics. The musical pieces will be conducted by Stephen Layton, and will feature Amanda Forsythe as soprano, Deanne Meek on Alto and David Gordon playing the trumpet along with Seattle Symphony and Chorale. Experience these magical pieces of work accompanied with wine tastings at Samuel & Althea Stroum Grand Lobby with Baroque & Wine Series: Handel & Vivaldi tickets.