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Cage, Bruch, Bartók
San Francisco Symphony; Michael Tilson Thomas; Nicola Benedetti
Currier, Mozart, Respighi, Saint-Saëns
Anne-Sophie Mutter; Lambert Orkis
Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake
Marius Petipa; Lev Ivanov; San Francisco Ballet
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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.
An unwavering pattern of sound, insistent in its energy and commitment.
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).
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.
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.