"Before the interview even gets started, Seattle Symphony director Ludovic Morlot has a question: Why does The Seattle Times, like some other newspapers, group its classical-music coverage with its dance, theater and other fine-arts coverage? Shouldn't it be in with the jazz, rock, folk and hip-hop?
After all, it is music."
The full article, Ludovic Morlot issues wide-open invitation to concertgoers written by Michael Upchurch can be read by clicking HERE.
September 17th is the Gala opening concert for the Symphony's 2012 series. Tickets are still available. From the Symphony's website, the evening includes:
Ludovic Morlot takes the stage in his first concert as Music Director in a program that nods to his French roots, and features a Seattle favorite: star cellist Joshua Roman. Welcome the Maestro with us. Special-purchase Gala tickets including cocktails, dinner, dancing and champagne intermission are available. Call the Special Events Department at 206.215.4868 to reserve Gala tickets.