Why See Seattle Symphony - Mozart Symphony No. 39?
Musical innovators are the heart of this program conducted by Ludovic Morlot and featuring the Grammy-award winning violinist Augustine Hadelich who lends his phenomenal talents to Gyorgy Ligeti's 1990 Violin Concerto.
Climaxing with Mozart's stunning 39th, the evening also presents a unique opportunity to hear Igor Stravinsky's lost work, recently rediscovered, his Funeral Song. A memorial to a beloved tutor, it was presumed mislaid forever until 2016, when it was discovered in a library in St Petersburg. Lush and moving, it is a wonderful and welcome addition to the canon.
Opening night: 4 January 2018
One hour and 25 minutes
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