Video: West Seattle Symphony Orchestra’s world premiere

For the second consecutive Tuesday, the West Seattle Community Orchestras invited the community to the Chief Sealth International High School auditorium, to hear their musicians’ spring concerts; tonight was the 50+-member West Seattle Symphony Orchestra‘s turn. Our 7-minute video clip captures the highlight of the night, the world premiere of conductor Rob Duisberg‘s “Fantasies and Fugues.” The program also included classics – from composers including Beethoven, Copland, Haydn, and Stravinsky.

4 Replies to "Video: West Seattle Symphony Orchestra's world premiere"

  • LongTimer WS May 15, 2012 (11:55 pm)

    So sad I missed this! How did I not see this? A wonderful performance I ‘ m sure.

  • Rosanne May 16, 2012 (10:12 am)

    It was awesome! Good job Rob, & the symphony!!

  • WSCOrchestras May 16, 2012 (10:55 am)

    LongTimer WS – if you’re on Facebook, you can friend us at to get notifications about upcoming concerts and events. Or you can check our website at
    Thank you, WSB, for capturing video of this momentous occasion and thank you to all in the community who attended our spring concerts!

  • Jordan May 16, 2012 (1:01 pm)

    It was loads of fun this season. Lots of great music! Will be very sorry to see Rob go for next season, he will be missed. At the same time I’m excited about our new conductor for next year.

    Come join us next year (we play well with others)

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