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This Week at the SF Symphony
Lots going on this week at the SF Symphony: from MTT conducting Mahler's 7th Symphony to the Dia de los Muertos
family celebration on November 1st.
There's also a chamber music concert at the Palace of the Legion of Honor on Sunday afternoon
, featuring members of the symphony in Trios by Haydn and Mendlessohn. And, if that weren't enough, on Halloween
, you can see John Barrymore in the classic silent film, Dr.Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,
complete with organ accompaniment. Learn more and get tickets.
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra at the Bing
The renowned and much-recorded Orpheus Chamber Orchestra comes to Stanford this Sunday evening
for a concert of Mozart, Bach, Grieg, and more at the Bing Concert Hall. Special guest, violinist Jennifer Koh is featured. Click for more.
Hagen Quartet in San Francisco
Europe's Hagen String Quartet performs Mozart, Shostakovich, and Brahms this Saturday evening
at St. Mark's Church in San Francisco. Presented by SF Performances.
UC Berkeley Orchestra Concert
Hear Rachmaninoff's final composition, the Symphonic Dances,
plus the Prokofiev Sinfonia Concertante
with cello soloist, Melody Huang. David Milnes conducts. Friday and Saturday
nights. Great live music at a great price! Learn more.
Halloween with the SF Renaissance Voices
In Memorium: The Best of the Dead.
this year with some scary good classical choral music from the SF Renaissance Voices. Performing the Office of the Dead
by Tomas Luis de la Victoria and elegies by other Renaissance composers Halloween night at 7th Avenue Presbyterian Church in SF. (Costumes encouraged). Plus a second performance on Sunday, November 2
at St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Berkeley. Here's more.