Sunday, May 14, 2017 at 3:00 pm
Shorewood Performing Arts Center
Shorewood High School
17300 Fremont Avenue N.
Shoreline, WA 98113
The Seattle Wind Symphony closes out its masterworks concert season with Borrowed Gems on Sunday, May 14 at 3:00 pm in the Shorewood Performing Arts Center. Come celebrate Mother’s Day with the band as they play music that should have been written for band, but wasn’t. These “borrowed gems” are perhaps more popular in their band arrangements than in their original settings of ballet, symphony orchestra, television, or the church.
Calling All Piccolo Players
Be a part of the country’s largest Independence Day piccolo section. Join the Seattle Wind Symphony July 3 at Benaroya Hall, Seattle. More details...
Star-Spangled Spectacular Chorus
The Seattle Wind Symphony is calling for experienced choral singers with good music-reading skills to sing with them as part of their Star-Spangled Spectacular on Monday July 3, 2017, in Benaroya Hall. More details...
Thank You Kennelly Keys
|Seattle Wind Symphony would like to thank Kennelly Keys Music for their generous support and encourage you to patronize them when you need musical supplies or gifts. You can also purchase tickets to our concert at any of their stores.|
On this day, March 26th
- Pierre Boulez, French composer, in 1925.
- Ludwig van Beethoven, German composer, in 1827.
- David Craighead, American composer, in 2012.
There are 6 versions of Franz Schubert’s Die Forelle (The Trout), simply because when friends asked him for copies of the song, he wrote out new copies to the best he could remember at the time.