Getting inside Mozart’s dramatic side this week with the San Francisco Symphony is famed Austrian pianist Rudolf Buchbinder, who will play the Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor. He calls Mozart one of the most dramatic composers, and one who loved life. The concerto is paired with the Symphony No. 2 of Brahms, and (with the men of the Symphony Choir and the Pacific Boychoir) Allegri’s “Miserere”.
KDFC's The State of the Arts
The Bay Area has some of the world’s best-known performing arts organizations and cultural offerings. Each day, Jeffrey Freymann showcases activities, concerts, soloists and ensembles coming through the area.