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Benaroya Hall


address  200 University St.
 Seattle, WA  98101
phone (206) 215-4747
parking Street; pay lots
www.benaroyahall.org

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Seattle Baroque Orchestra: Byron Schenkman's Favorites

Classical, Orchestral
Byron Schenkman, harpsichordist and co-founder of Seattle Baroque Orchestra, joins the Orchestra for a program of some of his favorite works. Experience harpsichord concertos by Haydn and Amélie-Julie Candeille in the style of le concert spirituel, an 18th century public concert series in Paris. Single tickets go on sale August 1.
Event Info: (206) 325-7066
Price: $20-$40
Event Website: www.earlymusicseattle.org
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 • Sun 1/14/18 at 2:30pm-4:30pm 

Early Music Seattle: Rachel Barton Pine: Complete Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin by J.S. Bach

Classical
Revel in Rachel Barton Pine’s incomparable mastery of J.S. Bach’s unaccompanied violin works. Fanfare calls her “One of the rare mainstream performers with a total grasp of Baroque style and embellishment”. Pine premiered with the Chicago Symphony at age 10 and has won countless accolades in both modern and baroque violin throughout her 30-year career. Experience Pine’s magnetic artistry and how it illuminates Bach’s sonatas and partitas, the pinnacle of the Baroque period. Single tickets go on sale August 1.
Event Info: (206) 325-7066
Price: $30-$50
Event Website: www.earlymusicseattle.org
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 • Sun 2/25/18 at 2:30pm-4:30pm 

Seattle Baroque Orchestra: The Splendor of Dresden

Classical, Orchestral
18th-century Dresden was home to some of the finest musicians and composers of the Baroque era, including Johann Georg Pisendel, concertmaster of the exquisite Dresden Court Orchestra. Seattle Baroque Orchestra performs pieces from his bookshelf, highlighting the flute, oboe, and bassoon with soloists Janet See, Curtis Foster, and Nate Helgeson. Experience the golden age of Baroque music through the wind section. Single tickets go on sale August 1.
Event Info: (206) 325-7066
Price: $20-$40
Event Website: www.earlymusicseattle.org
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 • Sat 3/17/18 at 2:30pm-4:30pm 

Seattle Baroque Orchestra: The Fairy Queen

Classical, Orchestral, Classical (Solo Vocal)
English baroque composer Henry Purcell put his stamp on the musical world with an enduring work inspired by Shakespeare’s tale of love, magic, and fairies, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Enriching the Seattle Celebrates Shakespeare Festival, Soprano Suzie LeBlanc joins the Orchestra for The Fairy Queen and other English Baroque favorites including Matthew Locke’s The Tempest. Single tickets go on sale August 1.
Event Info: (206) 325-7066
Price: $20-$40
Event Website: www.earlymusicseattle.org
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 • Sat 3/17/18 at 7:30pm-9:30pm