Concertmaster Noah Geller discusses performing Shostakovich's Chamber Symphony and Respighi's "The Birds," in a program juxtaposing despair with optimism.
Tony DeSare speaks about honoring the legacy of Frank Sinatra and bringing his iconic songs to life.
Associate Conductor Lee Mills talks about working with Concertmaster Noah Geller and bringing music back to Benaroya Hall.
Concertmaster Noah Geller reflects on the impact that Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto has had on his musical journey.
Violinist Rachell Ellen Wong talks about the sounds of nature and celebration throughout Vivaldi's Four Seasons.
Conductor Joseph Young makes his Seattle Symphony debut with a program featuring music by Shostakovich & Haydn, plus a moving tribute by Carlos Simon.
Conductor Shiyeon Sung aims to offer viewers "comfort and hope" as she leads the orchestra in Tchaikovsky's Serenade for Strings
Violinist Simone Porter grew up in Seattle. In this interview she reflects on the essential role music and art plays in our lives.
The Essential Series blends the richness of symphonic music with original music by local artists.
In this interview conductor Xian Zhang reflects on the music of William Grant Still and returning to the podium.
Seattle Symphony Concertmaster Noah Geller has been playing the violin since he was five years old.