MEMETERIA by Thomas May

Music & the Arts

Morlot’s intimate view of Mahler’s panoramic Third in Seattle


My latest review has now been posted on Bachtrack:

With the seemingly boundless D major chord that ends Mahler’s Third Symphony as final benediction, the departing audience encountered a series of suspended chimes in gentle tintinnabulation: part of a recent installation in Benayoya Hall’s grand lobby by Trimpin, Seattle Symphony’s composer-in-residence.
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Filed under: Ludovic Morlot, Mahler, review, Seattle Symphony


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