Seattle Pops Orchetsra: The Music of John Williams [CANCELLED] Tickets
Paramount Theatre | Seattle, Washington
EVENT CANCELLED. Please contact your ticket point of purchase to claim a refund on your tickets.
On the 25th of March 2023 the very foundations of the Paramount Theatre, Seattle, will be shaking and rumbling with some of the greatest pieces of music released into the world – music by composer John Williams. Seattle Pops Orchestra will be taking on the mountainous task of playing the epic music, and are excited and ready to do so. Their passion and commitment to music ensure that this is an unmissable concert and will be unforgettable. Make sure you do not miss out and be a part of it by booking your tickets without delay for 03/25/2023 at the Paramount Theatre.
As a part of their ‘Pop’ season for 2023 the Seattle Pops Orchestra are thrilled to be presenting a celebratory concert for the music of John Williams. The repertoire for the one evening concert will astound everyone single person present, and showcase the power, skill and passion the 66-piece orchestra has, and how music can truly inspire. Jack Klitzman, founder and producer of the Seattle Pops Orchestra, as well as saxophone master, aspired to create a foundation that created opportunities for Seattle based musicians to work but also inspire, celebrate and unite people through music. The music for the evening will be from the renowned composer, John Williams, who has created unique, instantly recognizable and emotionally dextrous works, from Star Wars, Jaws, Harry Potter and Jurassic Park, to name just a few. Williams’ career has spanned decades and has repeatedly proven his mastery of music. Conducting the concert is Wesley Schulz, known for his spirited and heartfelt dedication as a conductor and respected roles and experience as Assistant Conductor of the Britt Festival Orchestra and Music Director and Conductor of the Auburn Symphony Orchestra. Take your chance to experience this concert live and book your tickets before they’re all sold out.