Kicking off with its first performance on Feb. 18 is The Seattle Series, a new classical music experience. It is described as a “chamber-festival-meets-recital series featuring ad hoc combinations of awe-inspiring artists performing together” for a truly magical performance that can’t be enjoyed elsewhere.
The Seattle Series is presented by Mary C. Ransdell and will offer an intimate, accessible atmosphere that will be appreciated by all music fans. Its unique programming will spotlight Seattle-based artists who are given the opportunity to invite their colleagues from around the globe to join them for an exclusive collaboration. Best of all, such a performance will be unavailable elsewhere.
The Seattle Series is held in the Grand Ballroom of the Women’s University Club, located on 6th Avenue at the corner of Spring Street in Seattle.
To kick off the 2022 season, Efe Baltacigil, principal cello of Seattle Symphony Orchestra (SSO), will be joined by New York-based pianist Anna Polonsky for the inaugural Feb. 18 at 8 p.m. The March 10 performance features Noah Geller, concertmaster of the SSO; Meeka Quan DiLorenzo, associate principal cello, SSO; and Amy Yang, Philadelphia-based pianist. Guests at the May 6 performance can expect Demarre McGill and a to-be-announced guest to take the stage.
Tickets range from $40 to $65 and are on sale now at TheSeattleSeries.org (Subscription tickets are also available.)