Wayne Marshall Plays & Conducts Gershwin June 9; Latonia Moore & Dashon Burton June 16

Wayne Marshall

Seattle Symphony

April 21, 2022

THE SEATTLE SYMPHONY ANNOUNCES UPDATED STREAMING SCHEDULE FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE 2021/2022 SEASON

SEATTLE SYMPHONY LIVE DELIVERS AT-HOME VIEWING OPTIONS THROUGHOUT THE 2021/2022 SEASON

Seattle, WA — The Seattle Symphony announces its upcoming livestreaming events offered throughout the rest of the 2021/2022 season. The Symphony is pleased to safely continue in-person concerts at Benaroya Hall while additionally offering livestream options for many select concerts on the Symphony’s streaming service, Seattle Symphony Live. Through its streaming platform, the Symphony aims to increase the range of streamed performances, creating more access to powerful symphonic music for a global audience. At-home viewing allows not only audiences in Seattle, but those around the world to experience the thrill of symphonic music performed live at Benaroya Hall.

The Seattle Symphony is excited to announce that the updated streaming calendar includes some of the most heavily anticipated programs of the season.

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On June 9, Wayne Marshall Plays & Conducts Gershwin

finds Marshall leading the orchestra through Gershwin’s affectionate, jazz-filled postcard from 1920s Paris from his seat at the piano. On June 16, Seattle Symphony Live will stream Verdi Requiema monumental work that showcases an extraordinary cast of soloists joining the orchestra and Seattle Symphony Chorale, including vocalists Latonia Moore, Silvia Beltrami, Bruce Sledge and Dashon Burton. These streamed programs are emblematic of many of the Symphony’s priorities coming together. Viewers will rarely hear music performed, see guest artists with diverse backgrounds and listen to impactful music with historical significance.

Seattle Symphony Live broadcasts concerts for on-demand viewing a full week after the initial livestream. The platform features concerts considered season highlights, including premieres and commissions, Family Concerts, Tiny Clipsand Special Performances. The Seattle Symphony also continues to provide a full range of educational programs and supplemental materials online for the 2021/2022 season through Seattle Symphony Live for free to the public.
Monthly subscriptions to Seattle Symphony Live are priced at $12.99 per month; annual subscriptions are $129.99. Symphony donors at the Friends level and above enjoy complimentary access to the streaming service. Please visit
Seattle Symphony Live to learn more.

SEATTLE SYMPHONY LIVE
Seattle Symphony Live

brings the Seattle Symphony’s dynamic performances to audiences anywhere in the world. Launched in 2020 to offer musical comfort despite the pandemic, the digital streaming service reached a global audience of more than 750,000 viewers with its live concerts, behind the scenes interviews, educational videos and more. With subscriptions starting at $12.99 per month, Seattle Symphony Live makes engaging with the orchestra’s exceptional musical content more possible than ever before.

SEATTLE SYMPHONY
The Seattle Symphony unleashes the power of music, brings people together and lifts the human spirit. Recognized as one of the “most vital American orchestras” (NPR), the Seattle Symphony is internationally acclaimed for its inventive programming, community-minded initiatives and superb recordings on the Seattle Symphony Media label. With a strong commitment to new music and a legacy of over 150 recordings, the orchestra has garnered five Grammy Awards, 27 Grammy nominationstwo Emmy Awards and was named Gramophone‘s 2018 Orchestra of the Year.

The Symphony performs in Benaroya Hall in the heart of downtown Seattle from September through July, reaching over 750,000 people annually through live performances and radio broadcasts, and through the Seattle Symphony Live streaming service, the orchestra’s concerts reach audiences at home and around the world.

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WAYNE MARSHALL PLAYS & CONDUCTS GERSHWIN
MASTERWORKS SERIES
Streaming: Thursday, June 9, at 7:30 pm

Wayne Marshall conductor & piano

Gershwin Concerto in F
Gershwin Second Rhapsody
Gershwin An American in Paris

VERDI REQUIEM
MASTERWORKS SERIES
Streaming: Thursday, June 16, at 7:30 pm

Giacomo Sagripanti conductor
Latonia Moore soprano
Silvia Beltrami mezzo-soprano
Bruce Sledge tenor
Dashon Burton bass-baritone
Seattle Symphony Chorale

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