The Seattle Symphony Unleashes the Power of Music, Brings People Together, and Lifts the Human Spirit
Wes Dyring has the privilege of performing great music in the world-class acoustics of Benaroya Hall as a member of the Seattle Symphony under Music Director Ludovic Morlot. Since joining in 1986, the Symphony has grown to be one of the leading orchestras in the United States, whose recordings have earned twenty-three Grammy nominations, three Grammys, two Emmys and numerous other awards.
The Seattle Symphony is internationally recognized for its adventurous and innovative programming of contemporary works, its devotion to the classics, and its extensive recording history.
Get inside info about the music on Seattle Symphony blog The Score.
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Explore Seattle Symphony CD’s.
Kids and teens age 8–18 can attend regular Seattle Symphony concerts for free with a paying adult! Find out about the Seattle Symphony’s Family Connections program.
The Seattle Symphony is also the orchestra for Seattle Opera, internationally applauded for its presentations of Richard Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen. New General Director Aidan Lang replaces Speight Jenkins, who retired this year after more than thirty years of growing Seattle Opera into one of America’s leading opera companies.
Seattle Opera productions are held in McCaw Hall at Seattle Center.
Buy tickets to Seattle Opera.
Go to the Seattle Opera calendar.
Learn about the current Seattle Opera production of Donizetti’s Mary Stuart.
Watch Listen Learn on Seattle Opera’s website.
Seattle Opera has released a 14-album set of its 2013 production of Wagner’s Ring Cycle. Learn more.