The Seattle Symphony continues to share free rebroadcasts of past performances and livestreams of education programs throughout the closure.
As part of ongoing efforts to reduce the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Seattle Symphony will be canceling or postponing performances through July 31, 2020. Throughout the duration of the closure, the Seattle Symphony remains committed to sharing performances that provide strength, comfort and joy through concert video rebroadcasts and livestreams as our community faces the current public health crisis together.
The following events through July 31, 2020 are either canceled or postponed:
June 3–4: DreamWorks Animation in Concert
June 5–6: Tiny Tots: The Orchestra: Beethoven’s Birthday Bash
June 5–7: Frank & Ella Together
June 11, 13: Beethoven Festival Symphonies Nos. 1 & 3
June 12, 14: Beethoven Festival Symphonies Nos. 2 & 7
June 18, 20: Beethoven Festival Symphonies Nos. 6 & 8
June 19, 21: Beethoven Festival Symphonies Nos. 4 & 5
June 25, 27–28: Beethoven Festival Symphony No. 9
June 26: Beethoven Ninth Untuxed
June 27: First Concerts: Meet the Bassoon
July 9–12: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in Concert with the Seattle Symphony (Postponed)
July 25: First Concerts: Meet the Bass
Ticket holders may donate their tickets back to Seattle Symphony, apply the ticket value toward an upcoming Seattle Symphony performance, or hold the value on account. Ticket holders will receive an email outlining these and other available options and can contact the Seattle Symphony Ticket Office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information for ticket holders is available on the Seattle Symphony and Benaroya Hall health updates pages.
The Seattle Symphony continues to share free livestreams and rebroadcasts weekly until the orchestra can return to the Benaroya Hall stage. Programming updates will be shared at seattlesymphony.org/live. Those interested can also sign up to receive email notifications about upcoming Seattle Symphony rebroadcasts and livestreams.
Since March, the Seattle Symphony has built a range of regular broadcasts with viewership reaching over 550,000 to date for the Symphony’s expanded online offerings. Its video lineup features concert rebroadcasts, education programs Meet the Instrument and Tiny Clips for Tiny Tots, and daily Morning Notes featuring short performances by Symphony musicians.
The standard broadcast schedule is as follows and will resume the week of May 18:
Wednesday at 11 a.m. PT: Meet the Instrument
Thursday at 7:30 p.m. PT: Concert rebroadcast
Friday at 11 a.m. PT: Tiny Clips for Tiny Tots
Saturday at 8 p.m. PT: Concert rebroadcast
Sunday at 2 p.m. PT: Concert rebroadcast
Weekdays: Morning Notes
Inspired by the orchestra’s dedication to serving the community, more than 6,000 people have stepped forward with a donation since the closure of Benaroya Hall. These funds support the Seattle Symphony Future Fund, providing critical resources to ensure a bright future for symphonic music in our community. To learn more about how to support the Seattle Symphony or to make a donation, visit seattlesymphony.org/give. The Seattle Symphony looks forward to welcoming audiences back to Benaroya Hall again very soon and wishes everyone health and comfort in the coming weeks.
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Posted on May 13, 2020READ MORE BEYOND THE STAGE