The SF Symphony, Chorus, MTT, and soloists join together for a concert benefiting North Bay fire victims this week at Davies Symphony Hall
Symphony Relief Concert for the North Bay
The SF Symphony, Chorus, MTT, and soloists join together for a concert this Sunday night at 7:30pm in Davies Symphony Hall, benefiting North Bay fire victims. The program features life-affirming music by Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Copland, and others. Tickets are affordably priced. KDFC is proud to be the official media sponsor. Please note: tickets have now sold out. Thank you so much for your support.
Vive with the SF Choral Society
French and French-inspired works are featured in performances this Saturday night and Sunday afternoon by the SF Choral Society, conducted by Robert Geary. Faure’s beloved Requiem is paired with Bernstein’s incidental music to The Lark (narrated by KDFC’s Dianne Nicolini). Calvary Presbyterian Church in SF.
Oakland Symphony Explores Love & Loss
Mozart’s popular 40th Symphony and Rossini’s choral masterpiece, Stabat Mater are on the program for Friday’s concert by the Oakland Symphony, along with a new work by Jonah M. Gallagher inspired by the loss of a friend to cancer. 50% of the ticket price will benefit American Cancer Society when purchased with the code BEATCANCER.
SF Opera: Manon and Turandot
The 2017 Fall season continues for SF Opera with performances this week of the lyrical Manon by Jules Massenet and Puccini’s last opera, Turandot. Next week sees the world premiere of John Adams’ Girls of the Golden West.
“Shush-Proof” Benefit Recital for Autism with Pamela Frank
Outstanding American violinist Pamela Frank teams with Bay Area pianist Stephen Prutsman for a benefit recital this Sunday night at the SF Conservatory. The event will benefit Autism Organizations, promoting “shush-proof” music performances for people with autism and their families, where all behaviors are welcome.