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Philharmonia Northwest: When Dr. Seuss Meets Charlie Brown – A Family Concert

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$30 / $20 / $10

Sunday, November 24, 2019 (PDT) @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Philharmonia Northwest

Town Hall Seattle, Seattle, WA

Jeffrey Biegel, piano

Jacques Offenbach – “Galop infernal” (“Can-Can”) from Orpheus in the Underworld
Lorenzo Palomo – Dr. Seuss’ The Sneetches: Symphonic poem for narrator and orchestra
Vince Guaraldi – Peanuts Concerto for piano and orchestra (arr. Dick Tunney)

Philharmonia Northwest presents a family concert to provide an incredible first-time symphony experience for young audience members, as well as for the young at heart! Based on Dr. Seuss’ popular book, The Sneetches for narrator and orchestra tells a story about the perils of bigotry and the acceptance of our differences. The Peanuts Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, with virtuoso pianist Jeffrey Biegel, weaves the songs of Vince Guaraldi and Peanuts television specials. The tunes from A Charlie Brown Christmas will make your feet dance and your heart sing as you begin your holiday season!

Tickets: $30 ($20 senior; $10 student/age 18 & under)

– Performance begins at 2pm (doors open at 1pm for pre-concert activities). Intermission is ~20 minutes. Concert ends around 3:30pm (then optional post-concert activities until 4pm).

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