The Award Winning Seattle Symphony Performs The Bach Family Tree
The internationally and critically acclaimed orchestra Seattle Symphony presents The Bach Family Tree at Benaroya Hall in Seattle. A night of music's finest, garnered from the Bach Family with Johann Sebastian at its center, famed for his work during the Baroque period.
The Seattle Symphony has gone from strength to strength ever since their founding in 1903 and have received 18 Grammy nominations, two Emmy Awards and the title of Orchestra of the Year at the 2018 Gramophone Classical Music Awards.The symphony have played all over the world and even launched their own in-house recording label, Seattle Symphony Media in 2014.
As always, a night of beautiful and mesmerizing music awaits, the night will see a wonderful line up with Mahan Esfahani as conductor, Demarre McGill on the flute and Elisa Barston on the violin.