Soprano Amanda Opuszynski, mezzo-soprano Melissa Plagemann, tenor Brad Benoit and baritone Benjamin Sieverding join OSSCS as music director Clinton Smith conducts Georg Frideric Handel’s most celebrated oratorio, Messiah. For four decades, audiences have delighted in our complete presentations. This season we once again offer two performances: one in Seattle and a second in Everett.
Tickets for both performances will be available at the door, beginning one hour prior to each concert.
- read more about these performances
- this concert runs approximately three hours, with two intermissions
- tune in to Classical KING-FM 98.1 (or listen online at king.org) as Michael Brooks interviews Clinton Smith 7:00 p.m. Friday
- read about local Messiah performances in City Arts magazine
Orchestra Seattle and the Seattle Chamber Singers are pleased to announce our fourth annual Concerto Competition, which encourages professional development of gifted young musicians: the soloist will collaborate with guest conductor Michael Wheatley and Orchestra Seattle on a performance at our February 3, 2018, subscription concert.
Orchestra Seattle and the Seattle Chamber Singers are excited to welcome submissions from composers of all ages, seeking new works for orchestra, chorus, and orchestra & chorus. One winning composition will be selected for a world-premiere performance conducted by Jonathan Brandani on our February 3, 2018, subscription concert.