OSSCS is delighted to present a series of three chamber music concerts at distinctive venues around the greater Seattle area. Each $25 ticket includes one drink. Limited seating is available, so we strongly encourage you to purchase tickets in advance — fewer than 10 tickets remain for the April 2 performance!
- April 2 at Woodhouse Wine Estates in Woodinville
Music director Clinton Smith conducts Johannes Brahms’ “human requiem,” joined by soloists Rebecca Nathanson and José Rubio. Fifteen-year-old pianist Stephen Binondo, gold medalist in the Chopin Foundation of the Northwest’s 2017 Festival concerto division, performs Chopin’s Concerto in F minor.
- purchase advance tickets via or call 1-800-838-3006
- read more about this performance
- Join us for a pre-concert talk at 6:30 p.m.
An invitation from Clinton Smith
I am delighted to share with you details of the 47th season for Orchestra Seattle and the Seattle Chamber Singers! Please consider this your personal invitation to join me, the musicians of OSSCS and our guest artists for six programs designed to enchant, exhilarate and entertain you and your fellow concertgoers.
The 2016 –2017 season opens in October with a visit to Russia that features Sergei Prokofiev’s powerful Alexander Nevsky cantata and culminates in May with Camille Saint-Saëns’ majestic “Organ” Symphony. In between, I have the privilege to conduct Brahms’ moving German Requiem, Vivaldi’s uplifting Gloria, Handel’s beloved Messiah — and much more!
Due to an overwhelming response last season, we will again offer two performances of Messiah (one in Seattle and another in Everett) in December. The winner of our third annual concerto competition will dazzle you with their virtuosity in February, while our partnership with the Chopin Foundation of the United States continues in April when we feature the winner of their Northwest Council competition.
In November, OSSCS welcomes back guest conductor Alastair Willis for a trip through the British Isles (including Ralph Vaughan Williams’ epic Sea Symphony), while in February Nikolas Caoile makes his OSSCS debut conducting music of Brahms (the stirring Song of Destiny) and Schubert (the enchanting but rarely performed incidental music for Rosamunde).
Our ever-expanding roster of vocal soloists hails from the ranks of the Metropolitan Opera, English National Opera, San Francisco Opera, Santa Fe Opera, Los Angeles Opera, Seattle Opera, Opera Theater of St. Louis, Wolf Trap Opera, Cincinnati Opera and Opéra National de Bordeaux, to name just a few.
Join us as we embark on another season of world-class singing and incredible music-making.
- 2016 –2017 Season complete listing