This news will be music to your ears. The Seattle Series, a festival full of performances and recitals, will return in 2023 after a stellar debut season.
Known for its impromptu pairings of inspirational performers, The Seattle Series knows how to serenade guests with sound while also keeping them on their toes. Outstanding Seattle-based artists will once more join forces with hand-selected peers from throughout the country and across the world. The creative collaborations will command your attention with musical moments that you’ve never heard before and cannot hear anywhere else. Like something out of your wildest dreams, the sights and sounds of the world-class musicians and their special guests will leave you speechless.
The series welcomes back three cherished Seattle Symphony artists as it draws inspiration from the world-class classical musicians who have been supplying Seattle with magical melodies. These local gems include: Concertmaster Noah Geller, Principal Cello Efe Baltacigil and Assoc. Principal Cello Meeka Quan DiLorenzo. In addition, their counterparts will be violinists Rachel Barton Pine and Zachary DePue, pianists Henry Kramer and Benjamin Hochman, and harpsichordist Jonathan Oddie. Performances take place at 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 6, March 24 and April 28.
A matchup made in heaven, this dynamic team of musicians will prove just why the Seattle Series’ success and support has become what it is today. By joining in this musical movement, you’ll not only be surrounded by stunning sounds but also simultaneously support local talent in an innovative and exciting way. Both curious and seasoned music enthusiasts will be enthralled by the awe-inspiring yet approachable ambiance that the Seattle Series produces.
The Women’s University Club in Seattle will once again host performances in its intimate Grand Ballroom. Guests will also have access to the main floor for some socializing and pre-show beverages. For more information, visit theseattleseries.org.