Monthly Archives: October 2014

Music May Not Be the Universal Language We Thought…

Often we hear the thought expressed that music is a universal language. While it is true that music in some form exists universally, different cultures can have very different perceptions of what music is and its role in life. I … Continue reading

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Seattle Symphony In the News: October 15, 2014

from You You Xia at Seattle Symphony ANNOUNCEMENTS We are thrilled to let you know that recordings on Seattle Symphony Media have received wonderful coverage in major national and international media outlets this month.  Releases appeared as a full-page collector … Continue reading

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Dvořák’s Trip to the New World

This past week in the Seattle Symphony we played Dvořák’s New World Symphony as the final week of a three-week mini Dvořák festival. As we performed our concert this evening, I could not help remembering the time that we did the New World Symphony … Continue reading

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