Bruno Ferrandis begins his final full season at the helm of the Santa Rosa Symphony with a special guest soloist: his brother Jean Ferrandis, who will play Mozart’s Flute Concerto in G Major, and a work written by Leonard Bernstein, dedicated to the memory of an Israeli flute player. There’s also Benjamin Britten and Beethoven on the program called ‘The Magic of the Flute’ this Saturday through Monday.
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.