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Seattle Symphony - Chris Botti Poster

Seattle Symphony - Chris Botti

Closed October 1, 2017

Chris Botti has a trumpet sound that suggests the softer side of luminosity, the realm of sunsets and half-moons and low-wattage incandescence.

New York Times

Why See Seattle Symphony - Chris Botti?

Botti Brings his Dynamic Playing To The Benaroya Hall Stage

Spend an evening in the company of Grammy Award-winning trumpet master Chris Botti and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, helmed by inaugural Music Director of Symphoria Lawrence Loh. Together with Botti's own band, they'll be playing the soaring swing ballads and American Songbook interpretations Botti has become synonymous with.

The jazz-pop powerhouse spends his time touring relentlessly and his tireless work ethic shines through luminous, energy-filled playing. Straddling the worlds of pop, jazz and classical music, the virtuoso is as comfortable working with the likes of world renowned orchestras as he is with Sting, as his many collaborative performances and recordings indicate.

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Opening night: 29 September 2017

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