Seattle Wind Symphony's 9th season starts October 6 at Shorewood Performing Arts Center

Friday, September 20, 2019

The Seattle Wind Symphony's 9th season starts October 6, 2019 at Shorewood Performing Arts Center, 17300 Fremont Ave N, Shoreline 98133

Hauntings is a program that explores the mysterious, creepy, and spiritual. The centerpiece of the program is Stephen McNeff's "Ghosts" - a nine movement composition telling the tales of supernatural spirits.''

Jason Gilliam, euphonium
Jason Gilliam, euphonium, will be the featured soloist on The Devil's Tongue. Other featured composers include Berlioz, Whitacre, Galbraith, and Shostakovich.

Gilliam was the solo euphonium in the Tacoma Concert Band for over 20 years and was a featured soloist in over 50 performances. 

Other performance credits include the Seattle Symphony, Tacoma Symphony, Auburn Symphony, The Tubadours, and the Northwest Mahler Festival Orchestra.

Dr. John Falskow, Artistic Director
and Conductor

This season marks the inauguration of our new artistic director and conductor, Dr. John Falskow

Dr. Falskow brings a wealth of experience in area ensembles as well as an interest in the full range of compositions for wind band (from the most classic to more contemporary). We're excited to explore these works during our season.

General admission $20 | Senior admission - $18 | Students - $5

Tickets and concert information at


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