Seattle Symphony WA
Founded in 1903, the Seattle Symphony is internationally recognized for its adventurous programming of contemporary works, its devotion to the classics, and its extensive recording history. The Symphony's mission is to present symphonic music of the highest quality in a distinctive way for the cultural enrichment, education, engagement and enjoyment of the people of our community. Seattle Symphony has made more than 125 recordings, garnered 12 Grammy nominations and received 2 Emmy Awards. From September through July, the Symphony is heard live in Benaroya Hall and in the community by more than 315,000 people. Seattle Symphony engages people of all ages in a wide variety of program offerings - in Benaroya Hall, in Soundbridge Seattle Symphony Music Discovery Center, and in the community.