In 2020 orchestras around the globe are set to mark the 250th year since the birth of Beethoven. Seattle Symphony form their own tribute with the Beethoven Festival, performing a number of special concerts heralding this momentous year. On June 25th, 27th and 28th the program continues with Beethoven's joyous Symphony No. 9, with spine-tingling backing from the Seattle Symphony Chorale performing the famous Ode To Joy.
Conducting the Seattle Symphony is Thomas Dausgaard, SSO's musical director who is renowned for an impressive back-catalogue of high profile recordings, earning a Grammy nomination for Best Orchestral Performance in 2018. Born in Denmark, Dausgaard's previous credits include stints with the Swedish Chamber Orchestra, Danish National Symphony and the BBC Scottish Symphony.
Opening night: 25 June 2020
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