Beyond the Score: Debussy's La mer -- An All-New Concert Presentation
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Introduce your little ones to the joys of classical music with this charming adaptation of Prokofiev's musical favorite Peter and the Wolf, part of Seattle Chamber Music Society's annual Summer Festival Family Concert series. Seattle's Northwoods Wind Quintet performs an abridged, 40-minute version of the timeless classic (along with other delightful tales) and introduces children to the family of wind instruments -- flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn -- that represent characters in the story. Before the show, you can visit a musical instrument "petting zoo" in the lobby where kids can see the instruments up close and learn more about them. Learn More
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Beyond the Score: Debussy’s La mer
Michael Francis, conductor
Lawrence Albert, actor
John Patrick Lowrie, actor
Steve Reeder, narrator
Hear the waves crash and the wind whirl in Debussy’s impressionistic postcard of the Mediterranean. New to Seattle this season, Beyond the Score takes an in-depth look at the classics of the repertoire. On the first half of the program, narrator Steve Reeder, local actors, Seattle Symphony and a big-screen presentation explore the history of a great masterwork. Then, after intermission, your concert experience comes full circle when the Orchestra performs the work in its entirety.
Created by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.