Already a beloved year-end tradition in Japan dubbed the Daiku (Big Ninth), the Seattle Symphony, Chorale and soloists bring Beethoven's dramatic, hopeful and uplifting Symphony No. 9 to Benaroya Hall for a special salute to the new year. Soprano Caitlin Lynch, Grammy-winning mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke, tenor Daniel Shirley and baritone Corey McKern are set to take the lead on "Ode to Joy," the most famous movement of one of the world's most famous symphonies, with up-and-coming American conductor Andrew Grams at the baton.
The running time is one hour, 38 minutes.
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