A true Puget Sound tradition, the Seattle Philharmonic is an orchestra of community members who share a passion for music. As a member-run organization, the Phil has the special opportunity to offer unique programming and to share in the northwest community: involving local soloists, artists and Washington notables.
A successful community orchestra reflects the community that it serves. Since the orchestra’s inception, Seattle Philharmonic members have represented all walks of life, bringing a broad demographic of social, economic and professional backgrounds to the organization. Teachers share melodies with doctors, office managers harmonize with engineers, and students sit side by side with retirees.
The Phil’s musicians also participates in several outreach programs,helping the community’s youth, schools and those with little access to classical music to share in concerts and musical programs.
Meany Hall is located on the University of Washington campus in Seattle, near the intersection of 15th Avenue NE and NE 41st Street.
Free parking is available on Sunday in the Meany Hall underground garage (41st Street and 15th Avenue). Accessible parking is also available.
If you have questions about handicapped accessibility at Meany Hall, please contact us. firstname.lastname@example.org
Emma McGrath, violin
Symphony No. 6 in b, "Pathétique"