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. s n o i t p e c n o c e r p o N . e g a t s No Late Night. Vibrant. S urprising. Our new late-night series [untitled] features Seattle Symphony musicians performing contemporary ensemble pieces in an intimate setting — the Grand Lobby. This series takes away all barriers and puts you right in the action.

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PIERROT LUNAIRE February 15 Ludovic Morlot, conductor Cyndia Sieden, soprano JÖRG WIDMANN: String Quartet No. 3, “Hunting Quartet” DANIEL SCHNYDER: subZERO, Bass Trombone Concerto SCHOENBERG: Pierrot Lunaire

1962 October 19 Ludovic Morlot, conductor International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) CAGE: Variations III SCELSI: Khoom BROWN: Novara XENAKIS: Atrées FELDMAN: For Franz Kline LIGETI: Poeme symphonique for 100 metronomes

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Schoenberg’s groundbreaking Pierrot Lunaire.

NEW EXPRESSIONS April 26

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Seattle World’s Fair, the inaugural performance of [untitled] will feature works written in 1962. The program also celebrates the 100th anniversary of John Cage's birth.

Seattle Symphony Musicians BEN HAUSMANN: Oboe Quartet JORDAN ANDERSON: Traction for Solo Double Bass ANNA CLYNE: String Quartet, Roulette CHINARY UNG: Grand Alap SETH KRIMSKY: Love Song Featuring three world premieres by Seattle Symphony principal musicians.

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1213 Seattle Symphony Season Brochure  

Seattle Symphony 2012-2013 season catalog

1213 Seattle Symphony Season Brochure  

Seattle Symphony 2012-2013 season catalog