Seattle Symphony: From Purcell to Bach

Multiple dates through May 21, 8 pm
Benaroya Hall Downtown Seattle (Seattle)
This is an in-person event
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The most compelling interpreters of Baroque music take the Benaroya Hall stage to play and conduct in the popular Baroque & Wine Series! Before the concert*, raise a glass in the Grand Lobby with wine tastings featuring some of the Northwest’s best vintners. Just $10 for 4 pours.

For this third and final program in the series, Handel’s inventive concerto unites the liturgical sounds of the organ with the elegance of a string orchestra. Muffat’s harmonic tribute to Italy blends German precision and French elegance to establish a new tradition of ensemble writing. Bach rearranges one of his famed Brandenburg Concertos for the harpsichord. It’s a tour de force for keyboard instruments, all in the capable hands of Anthony Romaniuk.

*Pre-concert wine tastings will be held at the March 11 & 12 and May 20 & 21 performances in the Baroque & Wine Series.

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Regretfully, guest artist Anthony Romaniuk is unable to join us in Seattle this month due to delays with artist visa processing. Associate Conductor Lee Mills will step in to conduct the Seattle Symphony in the From Purcell to Bach program. Organist Joseph Adam and harpsichordist Yuko Tanaka will also step in to join the orchestra for this program.

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200 University St Seattle, WA 98101 Venue website

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