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Venue: Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco

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AddressSan Francisco
CA CA 94102
United States
Google maps37° 46' 39.432" N 122° 25' 13.757" W
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Bach-inspired Mendelssohn in San Francisco

Sir András Schiff © Nadia F Romanini
An exquisite rendition of Mendelssohn's Lobgesang makes one wonder why the work is not part of the regular repertoire.
****1
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MTT offers familiar and unfamiliar Stravinsky in San Francisco

Leonidas Kavakos, Michael Tilson Thomas and the SFO © Cory Weaver
In a program including both modernist and neoclassical works, Michael Tilson Thomas and the SFO emphasized the common traits characterizing Stravinsky's entire ouevre.
****1
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A phenomenally multi-layered Mahler 3 in San Francisco

Sasha Cooke © Dario Acosta
Michael Tilson Thomas, Sasha Cooke, and choristers from the Pacific Boychoir and San Francisco Chorus come together in a phenomenal performance of Mahler's all-encompassing Third Symphony. 
*****
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Finnish music matters

Osmo Vänskä © Kaapo Kamu
Vanska celebrates Finland's musical heritage with the San Francisco Symphony
***11
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Violinist Veronika Eberle Sails the Tricky Waters of Schumann's Violin Concerto at Davies Hall

Eberle Veronica © Marco Borggreve
Violinist Veronika Eberle has a successful San Francisco debut with the tricky Schumann concerto while the SF Symphony sounds somewhat limp under Robert Abbado with Busoni's Turandot and Mendelssohn's Scottish. 
***11
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European assortment from Charles Dutoit and the SF Symphony

Emanuel Ax © Lisa Marie Mazzucco
Charles Dutoit and the SFS brings us a night of Sibelius, Mozart, de Falla and Debussy, giving us a wonderful taste of Europe in one sitting. 
****1
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Steinbacher delivers superb Beethoven in SF

Arabella Steinbacher © Peter Rigaud
Fabio Luisi and the DNSO did not disappoint audiences in San Francisco, presenting a captivating program of Beethoven, Strauss and Nielsen.
****1
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Gil Shaham thrills with vivacious Barber

Gil Shaham © Luke Ratray
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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