Bettye LaVette is no mere singer. She is an interpreter of the highest order. Whether the song originated as country, rock, pop or blues, it is pure R&B when she gets through with it. Her career began at the tender age of 16, recording for labels like Atlantic, Epic and Motown. Now, with 50+ years of show business under her belt, she is as busy as ever.
Hearing any of these Stravinsky rarities live is a special treat. To witness them together on one spectacular night — with star soloists, dancers, puppeteers, three choirs, four grand pianos and the Seattle Symphony, all led by Ludovic Morlot — will be unforgettable.
Can pigs really fly? Come find out with Seattle Symphony musicians at the April Sensory Friendly Concerts! This concert will feature a violin duo as they attempt to answer this age old question through music. Designed specifically for families with children ages 5-8 on the Autism Spectrum and sensory sensitivities, this concert includes instrument exploration before or after the show, a meet-and-greet with the featured musicians, and a 35-minute performance hosted by board-certified music therapist Michael Thomas.
Pre-concert instrument exploration begins 30 minutes before the start of the show