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Musique classique, opéra, ballet et danse en San Francisco, CA, États-Unis

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San FranciscoOrgan Recital

Bach, Mozart, Ives, Vierne
Paul Jacobs, Orgue

San FranciscoChamber Music at The Gunn Theater at The Legion of Honor

Members of the San Francisco Symphony

San FranciscoPiano Recital with Lang Lang

Lang Lang, Piano

San FranciscoLe nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)New production

Mozart: Noces de Figaro (Les)
Henrik Nánási; Michael Cavanagh; San Francisco Opera; Erhard Rom; Constance Hoffman; Levente Molnár; Jennifer Davis

San FranciscoOpen Rehearsal: Prokofiev & Shostakovich's Leningrad

Prokofiev, Chostakovitch
San Francisco Symphony; Karina Canellakis; Alexander Gavrylyuk

San FranciscoProkofiev & Shostakovich's Leningrad

Prokofiev, Chostakovitch
San Francisco Symphony; Karina Canellakis; Alexander Gavrylyuk
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San Francisco Opera offers a dark, powerful Rusalka

Rachel Willis-Sørensen (Rusalka) and Kristinn Sigmundsson (Vodník) © Cory Weaver | San Francisco Opera
Both vocally and instrumentally the performance  was a high-class one

Exquisite Handelian singing in San Francisco Opera's Orlando

Sasha Cooke (Orlando) © Cory Weaver | San Francisco Opera
The evening’s most revelatory performance came from the young countertenor Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen as Medoro. 

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.