Tiny Clips: Celebrating Silliness
Get ready to giggle as we join the string family for musical jokes! Wiggle and shake out the sillies with the violins, viola and cello as they play music made for smiling. John Turman, host Seattle Symphony String Quartet Your family’s musical adventures begin with Tiny Clips! Seattle Symphony musicians share their favorite stories, songs and musical games in a series that introduces your youngest listeners to the instruments of the orchestra. These interactive and fun virtual concerts are approximately 10 minutes long. The Seattle Symphony’s full range of educational program offerings share musical exploration with younger viewers and their families. Meet the Instrument, Tiny Clips and Family Concerts series will all be broadcast on Seattle Symphony Live for free to the public in the 2021/2022 season.
Opening Night Concert
Available to watch through October 1
Hitomi Oba: Color Me Dancing
HOCKET performs Hitomi Oba's "Color Me Dancing".
Sakari Dixon Vanderveer: Tides
HOCKET performs Sakari Dixon Vanderveer's "Tides".
Tchaikovsky Pathétique Symphony
Available to watch through October 6
Jonathan Richards: Resilience
HOCKET performs Jonathan Richards' "Resilience." HOCKET, a Los Angeles-based piano duo, was lauded as an "adventurous young ensemble" by The New Yorker. Sarah Gibson and Thomas Kotcheff are pianist-composers dedicated to contemporary music.
Thomas Kotcheff: Incandescent
HOCKET performs Thomas Kotcheff's "Incandescent".