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Klassische Musik, Oper, Ballett und Tanz in San Francisco, CA, Vereinigte Staaten

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San FranciscoUrbański conducts Mendelssohn's Italian Symphony

Elgar, Bacewicz, Mendelssohn Bartholdy
Krzysztof Urbański; Vilde Frang; San Francisco Symphony Chorus

San FranciscoSF Symphony plays Bach and Shostakovich

Bach, Schostakowitsch
San Francisco Symphony; Juraj Valčuha; Alexander Barantschik

San FranciscoCarmen

Bizet: Carmen
Michelle Merrill; Francesca Zambello; San Francisco Opera; James Gaffigan; J'Nai Bridges; Matthew Polenzani; Kyle Ketelsen

San FranciscoLugansky plays Grieg's Piano Concerto

Bartók, Grieg, Saint-Saëns
San Francisco Symphony; Nikolai Lugansky

San FranciscoOrlando

Händel: Orlando
Christopher Moulds; Harry Fehr; San Francisco Opera; Sasha Cooke; Heidi Stober; Christina Gansch; Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen

San FranciscoSeven Days Walking Tour - An Evening with Ludovico Einaudi

Seven Days Walking Tour - An Evening with Ludovico Einaudi
Einaudi: Seven Days Walking
Ludovico Einaudi, Klavier
Neue Kritikenmehr...

Ein lohnenswerter Opernmarathon in San Francisco

Brandon Jovanovich (Walther) und Rachel Willis-Sørensen (Eva) © Cory Weaver | San Francisco Opera
Diese Vorstellung war Sir Mark Elders Debüt mit der Kompanie und von der Ouvertüre an bot er seine individuelle Lesart der Partitur, mit einer enormen dynamischen Bandbreite und je nach den emotionalen Werten jeder Szene stark variierenden Tempi.

A strong close to the SF Ballet season

San Francisco Ballet in Ratmansky's Chamber Symphony © Erik Tomasson
Ulrich Birkkjaer presented an affecting portrait of a tormented Shostakovich, as he paced, leapt, slumped, was propped back to standing, and relentlessly propelled forward.

Alonzo King's LINES Ballet goes wild

Maya Harr, Babatunji and Madeline DeVries in Pole Star © Manny Crisostomo
A projection of green sky above shadowy mountains hovered behind their duet, and the curved bodies of the other dancers moved, barely visible, in the darkness of downstage.

The solace of love in San Francisco Ballet’s Program 5: Lyric Voices

Jennifer Stahl and Dores André in Bound To © Erik Tomasson
There is a kind of purity to Your Flesh Shall Be a Great Poem, and a very human sense of longing and loss.

The Sleeping Beauty Reawakens in San Francisco

WanTing Zhao (Lilac Fairy) in Tomasson's The Sleeping Beauty © Erik Tomasson | Courtesy of San Francisco Ballet
In this era that venerates the contemporary, it’s rewarding to see the classics faring so well, and San Francisco Ballet’s Sleeping Beauty is a winner for all.

Jessica Lang Dance, pleasing but disappointing

Kana Kimura in The Calling (Jessica Lang Dance) © Sharen Bradford
Lang’s choreography lacks the hectic drollness and biting originality of Tharp’s, and while accessible it is also sweeter and blander.