English organist Wayne Marshall is a triple threat in the classical music world, being a gifted conductor as well as a recitalist in both organ and piano. Marshall’s bustling recital appearances continue to take him across the globe, from Moscow to San Francisco to Seoul.
Michael Tilson Thomas marks his 24th year as music director of the San Francisco Symphony with a trip up the coast. This special Seattle program opens with Tilson Thomas’ own composition, the enchanting Agnegram, and showcases the orchestra’s expressive range with Beethoven’s game-changing Eroica Symphony.
Violinist Rose Mary Harbison and keyboardist John Harbison perform music by Bach, Mozart, Harbison, Schöenberg and Kreisler, and read excerpts from John Harbison's new book “What Do We Make of Bach?” The author will be available to sign copies after the event.