Thomas Dausgaard will perform with the Seattle Symphony Orchestra on March 10, 12 and 13 in a program including Mozart (Piano Concerto No.23), Haydn (Symphony No.88) and Schoenberg’s “Verklärte Nacht”.

The “Dynamic Dane”, as Melinda Bargreen describes Dausgaard in an article for Classical KING FM, writes: “The applause last year for Thomas Dausgaard’s Sibelius-symphony cycle was so tumultuous that at several points, the audience appeared poised to charge the Benaroya Hall stage and hoist the Danish conductor to their shoulders.”

Thomas Dausgaard is currently in his second season as Principal Guest Conductor of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. Ticket information for the forthcoming concerts in Seattle can be found here.