Northwest NEWS

August 23, 1999

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Seattle Symphony comes to Duvall

   Get ready for the gala event of the season!

   On October 8, at 7:30 p.m., the Seattle Symphony comes to the Cedarcrest Performing Arts Center for the opening performance of Duvall's 1999-2000 Arts Onstage season.

   Adam Stern, Associate Conductor, will take the podium to present a selection of music ranging from pre-Baroque to the present.

   The Seattle Symphony has risen to the status of a world-class orchestra in recent years. They have released more than 70 compact discs since 1985. In their new home at Benaroya Hall, they offer a comprehensive repertoire of programs spanning the spectrum from the Seattle Pops series to the Masterpiece series.

   The Duvall Arts Commission and the Duvall Foundation for the Arts, with major support from the King County Arts Commission, are pleased to announce this very special performance. In their last local appearance, as part of the Snoqualmie Valley Arts Live's series, the Seattle Symphony played to sold-out audiences.

   Tickets to the Duvall performance go on sale in September. For information on tickets and the entire six-show Arts Onstage season, please call 425-844-8516. The full season schedule is available at www.cityofduvall.com.