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Town Hall Seattle, Great Hall
Enter on 8th Avenue 1119 8th Avenue Seattle, WA 98101
206-652-4255
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I wore skirt and boots. It was at Town Hall so I expected people to dress down but there were many who were dressed quite nicely. Guess it depends on the performance. :).
Seattle Baroque Orchestra: Delirio Amoroso -- Handel's Italian Years dress Apr 27 2014 star this tip starred
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I typically find street parking or park at the Washington Convention Ctr. down the street from Town Hall. You can ask for a parking voucher at Town Hall and parking is discounted to $4.
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attended Jun 15 2012

The LUCO (Lake Union Civic Orchestra) is a wonderful orchestra. This particular concert was especially enjoyable. The guest violinist was terrific, amazing. I loved it.

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Website

http://www.luco.org

Description

The symphony will hold its annual silent auction before the concert and during intermission. Peruse and bid on unique dining and travel packages, fine wines, upcoming chamber music performances, artwork, jewelry and more.

Running time is approximately two-and-a-half hours with one intermission.

About the Ticket Supplier: Lake Union Civic Orchestra

LUCO is a largely volunteer-run, Seattle-based community orchestra distinguished by superb musicianship, low ticket prices, friendly atmosphere, central location of concerts, and exciting, innovative programming.

Local music critic Christopher DiLaurenti wrote, "LUCO's concerts have a homey feel missing from most classical music gigs; before the show, people laugh and chat casually as if at home. Yet when the music begins, the audience's attention becomes steadfast and quieter than most other orchestral performances I attend." (The Stranger, January, 2008.)