Saturday, October 22, 2022 @ 2:00pm – 3:30pm (PDT)
University Unitarian Church, Seattle, WA, United States
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$18-$30 ($14 senior, $5 ages 5-18; ages 4 & under free); bulk discounts available

This concert celebrates the communities who have had to resist oppression over the centuries. Finlandia was written as part of a resistance movement against Russian censorship in Finland at the time.

Reinhold Gliere was a Ukranian composer, representing the fortitude of the Ukrainian people's current struggle for freedom.

Mendelssohn, a Jew, was forced to convert to Catholicism to avoid the rampant anti-semitism of Europe in the 19th Century.

Join us for a concert of beautiful music to celebrate the strength and endurance of those who must resist oppression.

Saturday's performance will be a shortened version of the program, where kids are engaged and accepted as they get out their wiggles and make noise from time to time.

Please review Seattle Festival Orchestra's current COVID-19 protocols before attending this event:

About Seattle Festival Orchestra

Seattle Festival Orchestra is an all-volunteer community orchestra that presents concerts to delight and engage a 21st-century audience. With diverse programming, SFO creates space for its audience to experience the catharsis of the wide range of emotions available in orchestra music, to feel with our musicians the joy, sorrow, wonder, and ecstasy of our art.

University Unitarian Church

6556 35th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115
United States