VIDEO: West Seattle Symphony Orchestra, violinist Quinton Morris get ready for Friday concert


(WSB photo & video)

Friday night, you can enjoy beautiful music for free without leaving the peninsula. The West Seattle Community Orchestras‘ Symphony Orchestra is getting ready for its “Spring Celebration” concert; we stopped by last night’s rehearsal to record a bit of video with internationally acclaimed guest violinist Quinton Morris:

Dr. Morris will be performing Mozart‘s “Violin Concerto No. 3 in G Major” with the Symphony Orchestra, conducted by James Pham, in the auditorium at Chief Sealth International High School (2600 SW Thistle). Showtime Friday night (March 10th) is 7:30 pm. No admission charge, no tickets required, but as always, donations “will be gratefully accepted,” WSCO says.

10 Replies to "VIDEO: West Seattle Symphony Orchestra, violinist Quinton Morris get ready for Friday concert"

  • Toni Reinek March 8, 2017 (10:27 pm)

    Thank you, WSB!

    • Toni Reinek March 8, 2017 (10:32 pm)

       Especially thank you for the great video clip!

       

  • Peter March 9, 2017 (7:03 am)

    To those who aren’t familiar, WSCO has developed into a wonderful community asset due to committed leadership and dedicated players.   Also, a big shoutout to Seattle Schools for letting them use the Sealth facility.

  • momof3boys March 9, 2017 (8:43 am)

    WSCO is such a treasure to our area.  My son played in it for many years, and I even joined in for a few.  Thank you to Toni for spearheading and shepherding it for so long!  Thank you to all the participants, current and past.

  • Aly March 9, 2017 (2:34 pm)

    I had no idea you were recording our rehearsal Tuesday night. This is surely going to be a great night.

    • WSB March 9, 2017 (3:04 pm)

      Good luck with the performance! We didn’t just sneak in … we asked if we could get a photo or video from rehearsal to make the preview more than just text, and found out there would be a rehearsal Tuesday night that we would be allowed to drop in on, so co-publisher Patrick Sand was there for a bit. – TR

      • Aly March 9, 2017 (10:26 pm)

        Very cool! Thanks. What a pleasant surprise to see that video. Thanks for that. Looking forward to playing the concert with everyone, especially Quinton. He’s a great guy!

  • Wes C. Adle March 10, 2017 (8:37 am)

    How long will the show last approximately?  I’d like to bring my 8 year old and am hoping it doesn’t run too too long.

    Thanks!

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