Out There :: Coming Symphonic Attractions
A special press event last week supplied details of the San Francisco Symphony's 2014-15 Season, which celebrates the 20th anniversary of the artistic partnership between Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas and the Symphony he leads.
This week in the Bay Area - March 5 to 9
Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony present guest violinist, Julia Fischer , in this week's performances at Davies Symphony Hall.
Contra Costa Times
Review: San Francisco Symphony masters Mahler's world
Mahler's Symphony No. 3 commands our attention. Don't tune out or you will miss something extraordinary: a vast upheaval in the orchestra that sounds like a cosmological event, or effects more quietly evocative of, say, a bird's morning chirrups as a forest comes to life.
SF Classical Voice
Catching Up With the San Francisco Girls Chorus
The San Francisco Girls Chorus plays tonight through Sunday with the San Francisco Symphony, under the baton of Michael Tilson Thomas, in Mahler's 3rd Symphony; on March 6, they perform with the award-winning visual arts organization, Creativity Explored.
Michael Tilson Thomas, S.F. Symphony to mark 20th season
Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony will celebrate their 20th year together - as well as the music director's 70th birthday in December and the 40th anniversary of his debut with the orchestra - with a season combining programming innovations and the return of some past projects.
Celebrating Silverman Set for 6 April at London Hippodrome
Following 75th birthday concert celebrations across North America last year, London celebrates the 50 year career of Stanley Silver man in an evening of song performed by a stellar cast.
Julia Fischer returns to Davies for the second SFS 'tour preview' concert
Next week 's 'tour preview' performance of Gustav Mahler's third symphony, with Michael Tilson Thomas conducting the San Francisco Symphony , mezzo Sasha Cooke, the SFS Chorus , and the San Francisco Girls Chorus , will be followed, one week later, by a preview of two other compositions in the repertoire being taken on this eleven-concert European ... (more)