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Ades and Upshaw at SF Symphony
Hear the fusion of two of music’s most creative forces, and immerse yourself in Thomas Adès
’s In Seven Days
, which the New York Times
raves is “riveting, restless, and kaleidoscopically colorful,” and features projected video imagery by Tal Rosner to illustrate the story. Soprano Dawn Upshaw (left) is also featured in this week's
concerts with the SF Symphony. Find out more.
Perahia at Sonoma State
Truly one of the most important classical artists of our time, pianist Murray Perahia comes to the Green Music Center at Sonoma State University this Saturday night at 7:30.
His recital in Weill Hall will consist of well-known works by Bach, Haydn, Beethoven, Franck, and Chopin. Click for tickets and program details.
A Bach Sampler
The San Francisco Bach Choir presents a concert of some of Bach's best-known works, plus a few surprises, in a program called A Bach Sampler this Saturday night and Sunday afternoon
at Calvary Presbyterian Church in SF. Click for more
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Guitarist David Russell in Recital
World-renowned guitarist David Russell performs this Saturday night
at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in SF. The program includes works by Vivaldi and Bach, plus two works written especially for Russell. Presented by SF Performances.
Women's Orchestra Concert Sunday
In honor of International Women's Day, the Oakland-based Community Women's Orchestra
(Dana Sadava, Music Director) will perform a concert entitled "Natural Beauty" at the Lake Merritt United Methodist Church, this Sunday afternoon at 4pm.
The all-female, all-volunteer group was founded 30 years ago by the Women's Philharmonic's Nan Washburn. Find out more.