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French conductor Ludovic Morlot is Music Director of the Seattle Symphony. Read on to learn about his upcoming performance schedule, explore a range of video and audio samples, and hear the latest news about his performances and recordings.

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Rich, deeply textured and all-encompassing

21st May, 2016

Rich, deeply textured and all-encompassing

“First performed in Seattle in 2013, Become Ocean was the work that finally nailed John Luther Adams’ place among the front rank of living US composers. The 42-minute orchestral score won the Pulitzer prize for music the following year; it was released on CD, and has been widely performed across Europe. But it has only now reached these shores, in the City of Birmingham Orchestra’s concert with the same conductor who was responsible for its world premiere, Ludovic Morlot.”

 

20 May 2016
Andrew Clements / The Guardian

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NEW RELEASE: TRIMPIN’S ABOVE, BELOW AND IN BETWEEN

The Seattle Symphony’s world premiere performance of sound-sculptor Trimpin’s site-specific installation and original composition, Above, Below, and In Between, is now available as a digital download. Commissioned by the Seattle Symphony, the work featured a motion-controlled robotic piano, electronically activated chimes and horns, live orchestra musicians and soprano voice, conducted by Morlot with the aid of the Microsoft Kinect.

 

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