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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in San Francisco, CA, United States

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May 2018
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San FranciscoBychkov conducts Tchaikovsky

Taneyev, Bruch, Tchaikovsky
San Francisco Symphony; Semyon Bychkov; Katia Labèque; Marielle Labèque

San FranciscoAnderson & Roe Piano Duo

Mozart, Rachmaninov, Ravel, Piazzolla, Gluck, Bizet
Anderson & Roe Piano Duo

San FranciscoSusanna Mälkki and Hilary Hahn

Tchaikovsky, Saariaho, Scriabin
San Francisco Symphony; Susanna Mälkki; Hilary Hahn

San FranciscoDas Rheingold

Wagner: Das Rheingold
Donald Runnicles; Francesca Zambello; San Francisco Opera; Michael Yeargan; Catherine Zuber; Greer Grimsley; Jamie Barton

San FranciscoDie Walküre

Wagner: Die Walküre
Donald Runnicles; Francesca Zambello; San Francisco Opera; Michael Yeargan; Catherine Zuber; Evelyn Herlitzius; Greer Grimsley

San FranciscoMTT conducts Boris Godunov

Mussorgsky: Boris Godunov
Michael Tilson Thomas; Stanislav Trofimov; Sergei Skorokhodov; Vyacheslav Pochapsky; San Francisco Symphony Chorus
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The final program in SF Ballet's Unbound festival

Sofiane Sylve and Tiit Helimets in Liang's The Infinite Ocean © Erik Tomasson
Most of the pieces were choreographed at a similarly demanding level, with speed, precision and immaculate timing as necessities.
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Unbound Festival continues with superb dancing

San Francisco Ballet in Lopez Ochoa's Guernica © Erik Tomasson
Benjamin Freemantle danced the opening solo, gorgeously, in the role of the grandfather as a dreamy young Adonis. 
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SFB's Unbound festival delivers

San Francisco Ballet in Thatcher's Otherness © Erik Tomasson
Unbound by restrictions, they’ve been given free rein to create, implement and demonstrate to the world what contemporary ballet looks like. Hint: it looks great.
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San Francisco: a world of new works

Dores André and Benjamin Freemantle in Wheeldon's Bound To © Erik Tomasson
Sneakers gave even the most challenging of balletic steps a freer, looser quality, as if the dancers were about to step into flight.
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Beauty and madness mingle in Nijinsky

Guillaume Côté in Nijinsky © Cylla von Tiedemann
Neumeier has a real talent for stepping easily between the interior world of individual fantasy and the exterior world of reality.
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West Edge Opera’s Snapshots of the future

West Edge Opera's Snapshots
The program presented excerpts from five new works in a riotously diverse selection, from an adaptation of the unfinished Fitzgerald novel, The Last Tycoon, to Death of a Playboy, an imaginary reenactment of Hugh Hefner’s funeral. 
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