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

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San FranciscoGerman Romanticism: Schumann and Strauss

Schumann, Strauss R.
San Francisco Symphony; Fabio Luisi; Igor Levit

San FranciscoPaul Taylor Dance Company

Paul Taylor Dance Company

San FranciscoCinderella©

Prokofiev: Cinderella
Enrico Cecchetti; Lev Ivanov; Marius Petipa; Christopher Wheeldon; San Francisco Ballet

San FranciscoInbal Segev: Cello and Electronics by Women Composers

Clyne, Thomas, Mazzoli, Razaz
Inbal Segev, Cello

San FranciscoAlonzo King LINES Ballet

Alonzo King LINES Ballet

San FranciscoBerlioz's Requiem

Berlioz: Requiem "Grande Messe des morts", Op.5
San Francisco Symphony; Charles Dutoit; Paul Groves; San Francisco Symphony Chorus
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Made for SF Ballet

Changes in pace for a brilliantly dynamic company.
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Steinbacher delivers superb Beethoven in SF

Fabio Luisi and the DNSO did not disappoint audiences in San Francisco, presenting a captivating program of Beethoven, Strauss and Nielsen.
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SFB Swan Lake

It’s here where the full onslaught of Kochetkova’s formidable talent comes into play. As Odile, she was virtuosic, wondrously flashy, whipping off multiple pirouettes and high arabesques with a powerful attack.
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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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