Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra
|Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra|
|Origin||Seattle, Washington, USA|
The orchestra performs a minimum of four subscription concerts per season, in addition to outreach concerts and collaborations with other artistic organizations. Under current (2003–present) Music Director Adam Stern, the Philharmonic presents a broad spectrum of orchestral music, from standard repertoire to local, West Coast, U.S. and world premieres.
The orchestra was given a brief mention in the Nickelodeon sitcom, iCarly, about a teenage girl who lives in Seattle in a massive apartment building. It was mentioned by the doorman's stalker ex-girlfriend, who buys tickets for the two of them to see a concert together in an effort to get them back together.
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- http://www.seattlephil.org/ - Main website.