The Seattle Symphony packed the stage with conductors, musicians and voices — plus Seahawks-themed lighting — for Charles Ives’ Symphony No. 4 on Thursday. The concert repeats Saturday.
It was a big evening in a lot of ways at Seattle Symphony on Thursday night — Russian pianist Denis Kozhukhin delivered an authoritative Rach 3, and the stage was filled with musicians, conductors and vocalists for Charles Ives’ Symphony No. 4.
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