Seattle Symphony: [untitled] Series

Having received an absolute rave review in The New Yorker this summer for its performance of a contemporary symphony by John Luther Adams, Seattle Symphony is flying high on innovative programming, including the awesome (if oddly titled) [untitled] series—late-night, clubby performances of contemporary works, that take place in the lobby of Benaroya Hall. This edition includes John Zorn’s edgy “Cat O’Nine Tails.”

October 18

10 p.m.


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