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

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March 2017
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San FranciscoBenedetti plays Bruch

Cage, Bruch, Bartók
San Francisco Symphony; Michael Tilson Thomas; Nicola Benedetti

San FranciscoExquisite Violin: Anne-Sophie Mutter

Currier, Mozart, Respighi, Saint-Saëns
Anne-Sophie Mutter; Lambert Orkis

San FranciscoD.I.R.T. 2017 Program C

San FranciscoMTT conducts Mahler

San Francisco Symphony; Michael Tilson Thomas

San FranciscoSwan Lake

Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake
Marius Petipa; Lev Ivanov; San Francisco Ballet

San FranciscoD.I.R.T. 2017 Program D

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Gil Shaham thrills with vivacious Barber

Gil Shaham and Juraj Valčuha join the San Francisco Symphony for electrifying performances reminding listeners of the true joy of dialogic music-making and the excitement of high-caliber ensemble collaboration.
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Dorrance Dance and The Blues Project

An unwavering pattern of sound, insistent in its energy and commitment.
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Antonacci triumphs in La Voix humaine

Antonacci's voice shines even in the art songs that pad out the evening, but it's Poulenc's one-act opera that gives San Francisco Opera Lab's current offering dramatic weight (and makes it worth seeing).
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Contemporary Voices in San Francisco

Set to Frank Moon’s moody, thematic score, the curtain rises on a foggy night scene as a shiny black stretch limousine glides onstage—the real deal, dazzling to behold, like a noir film come to life.
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Must See Balanchine program in San Francisco

It’s all there: flashy extensions whipped into ecstatic heights, bravura speed and precision, intricate entanglements of dancers, whimsical wit and the loving nod to an adulation of Woman.
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The Source belongs here and now

It's not really an opera (or even an oratorio), but Ted Hearne's The Source is important and engaging.
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