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Family-Friendly Classical Music


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Family-Friendly Classical Music


Proudly Presenting…

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From Earth to Heaven

DVOŘÁK In Nature’s Realm, op. 91

WEBER Concerto for Bassoon, J. 127, op. 75, F major - Soloist Julian Banbury

SAINT-SAËNS Symphony No. 3, op. 78, C minor
(Organ Symphony)

Saturday, April 27th @ 3pm

Shorter, Family Friendly!
Faith Lutheran Church (NE Seattle)

Sunday, April 28th @ 3pm

Full Concert Experience!
Plymouth Congregational Church (Downtown Seattle)


We’re Seattle’s Friendliest Volunteer Symphony Orchestra!

Check out our 2018-2019 Season!

We’re committed to bringing the enjoyment of the symphony and music in general to people of all ages!


A girl tries out a trumpet at our instrument petting zoo.

Family-Friendly Concerts

Bring the kids! We put on a special show just for our younger audience that’s geared to maximize their enjoyment while providing a fulfilling musical program for the whole family. Bobby Collins, our musical director, will take your through a musical journey you’re sure to learn a thing or two from.

During intermissions, you can take a photo with us at our (completely free!) photo booth, or you can try out a musical instrument from one of our very own musicians in our musical instrument petting zoo!

Our family-friendly concerts are shorter in duration to keep things fun for everyone!


Traditional Symphony Programs

We also put on our full-length symphony production in the more traditional concert format where we typically play an overture, a concerto, and a feature symphony. Don’t worry, you don’t have to dress up — that’s our job!

Each of our programs are designed around a central theme — whether it be the life of a composer or something more abstract. We aim to guide our audience on a journey, using our music to tell the story.

SFO playing Brahms Symphony No. 3 in our full length concert.

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Want to join us?

Whether you’re interested in playing with us, or would like to volunteer to take photos or run our ticket booth, we’d like to hear from you! We couldn’t be successful in our mission without volunteers like you!

  • If you’re a musician, check out our Joining page for details and open positions.

  • If you’d like to donate or volunteer, you can find information on how to do that here.


 
 

Seattle Festival Orchestra is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization serving the greater Puget Sound region.