Why See Seattle Symphony - Haydn and Schubert?
Love and Angst
Pablo Rus Broseta leads the orchestra in an exploration of Haydn and Schubert's compositions of sombre angst and passion. The Austrian composers are equally as celebrated and were both great pioneers of their art, with Haydn being a key instrument in chamber music and is often dubbed as the "Father of the Symphony".
In this special evening, the Seattle Symphony explore these two great composers and their works, specifically treading and exploring the most passionate. Whether it be love or dread, Haydn and Schubert's greatest works will bring you a night you'll never forget.
Performance date: 9 March 2018
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