Head to AT&T Park on June 30 as San Francisco Opera presents Opera in the Ballpark with KDFC’s Hoyt Smith and Dianne Nicolini
San Francisco Opera’s Free Simulcast at AT&T Park
Experience a live performance of Mozart’s Don Giovanni on the big screen at the home of the SF Giants. The evening begins with KDFC’s Star Spangled Sing-Off winner singing the national anthem. Hosted by Hoyt Smith and Dianne Nicolini.
Oakland Symphony Independence Eve Celebration
Free pops concert with conductor Michael Morgan and the Oakland Symphony at the cavernous Craneway Pavilion on the Richmond waterfront. Fireworks included!
San Francisco Symphony
The SF Symphony kicks off their summer offerings with the annual 4th of July concert at the Shoreline Amphitheater, complete with fireworks. More summer favorites follow.
Valley of the Moon
This recent addition to the Bay Area summer line-up is the first and only festival in the U.S. devoted exclusively to presenting the chamber music of the Classical and Romantic eras, performed on period instruments.
Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music
July 30-August 12
First season for new artistic director Cristian Macelaru. Cabrillo is the place for cutting edge classical this summer. In Santa Cruz and environs.
West Edge Opera
“Departures from the ordinary” is their motto and this year there’s even a departure from their unique West Oakland train station venue. The new venue is TBA, but in the meantime, get ready for edgy productions of Hamlet, The Chastity Tree, and Frankenstein.