Seattle Symphony: Conductor Andrew Manze Leads Baroque Themes & Variations
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The last date listed for Seattle Symphony: Conductor Andrew Manze Leads Baroque Themes & Variations was Sunday May 9, 2010 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Benaroya Hall, S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from jspud
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I really enjoyed this concert. The conductor seriously entertained and engaged the audience with some history and information about the composers, and the Symphony played snippets of music to illustrate his points about merging baroque with new styles, variations on a theme, etc. And when they got down to the serious playing, the quality was superb.
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Andrew Manze is funny and smart about music as only Brits can be. Totally enjoyed his stories about the composers and compositions. The music was good, not great, (though it was played well by the Symphony), but with the addition of the...continued
Andrew Manze, conductor / Seattle Symphony
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