Our one-of-a-kind concert experiences will turn everything you thought you knew about early music on its head, as we take you on musical journeys that explore new repertoire, challenge the limits of what you thought was possible, and find exciting ways to reimagine the classics.
Early Music Seattle presents
seattle baroque orchestra & whim w’him contemporary dance
pas de deux
friday, february 10 | 7:30PM | TOWN HALL SEATTLE
Sunday, february 12 | 1:30pm | town hall seattle
Seattle Baroque fans will recall the beautiful partnership between the Orchestra and the Whim W’Him Contemporary Dance company that resulted in stunning new choreography for Pergolesi’s famous Stabat Mater. Rachell Ellen Wong and Olivier Wevers join forces to make a new creation based on J. S. Bach’s Concerto for 2 violins and strings, BWV 1043. Presented with four dancers and Seattle Baroque Orchestra, Pas de Deux will challenge your expectations of old and new. The program will feature additional instrumental works by Pisendel, Fasch, Telemann, Scarlatti & Durante.
Need to know before you go:
Town Hall Seattle – Masks are strongly encouraged for all patrons while in the building.
There is no on-site parking at Town Hall Seattle, but we are located near several parking garages and street parking is available in the neighborhood. Parking at Town Hall.
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