Talk:Seattle Symphony

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Is Gerard Schwarz still the music director? Does he share that with the RLPO in the UK, or has he moved on from there? (RLPO = Royal Liverpool Phil.Orch.) David Martland 20:22 Dec 7, 2002 (UTC)

According to the Seattle website [1] he divides his time between there and Liverpool. --Camembert

That 1908 photo[edit]

Does anyone know where they performed in their early years? There was no symphony hall as such, but Seattle had numerous rather large theaters. In particular, does anyone know where that photo was taken? - Jmabel | Talk 05:31, 8 July 2020 (UTC)[]