JOHN LITHGOW WITHDRAWS FROM DECEMBER 8 YOUTH ORCHESTRA
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (August 8, 2012) – Vocalist and songwriter Natalie Cole performs a Christmas concert with the San Francisco Symphony Thursday, December 20 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale now at www.sfsymphony.org , 415-864-6000, and at the Davies Symphony Hall box office on Grove Street between Franklin Street and Van Ness Avenue. Actor John Lithgow, originally scheduled to narrate the SF Symphony Youth Orchestra’s December 8 performances of Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf, has withdrawn due to a scheduling conflict.
Natalie Cole’s repertoire spans pop, r&b, jazz, and standards. Her most recent album, Still Unforgettable, won two Grammy® awards, and her inspirational story, which she relates in her new book “Love Brought Me Back,” chronicles her journey from loss and recovery, to joy and success following her 2009 kidney transplant. Cole rocketed to stardom in 1975 with her debut album, Inseparable, earning her a #1 single, “This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)” and two Grammy awards for Best New Artist, as well as Best Female R&B Vocal Performance. Her 1991 album Unforgettable…With Love included the sensational title track duet with her late father, the jazz and pop vocalist Nat King Cole.
Concerts by Wilson Phillips and Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings, and holiday concerts with Pink Martini, Chris Botti, Judy Collins, and The Count Basie Orchestra are other highlights of the 2012-13 November and December schedule at Davies Symphony Hall, presented by the San Francisco Symphony. The holiday concert lineup also includes the annual Colors of Christmas shows with Peabo Bryson, Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr., James Ingram, and Stephanie Mills; Handel’s Messiah with the Orchestra and SFS Chorus; Mariachi Sol de México de Jóse Hernández; screenings of The Snowman animated film with live orchestra accompaniment; ‘Twas the Night and Deck the Hall concerts; and the 2012 New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball.
Tickets are on sale now for all special and holiday concerts presented by the San Francisco Symphony at www.sfsymphony.org , by phone at 415-864-6000, and at the Davies Symphony Hall box office on Grove Street between Franklin Street and Van Ness Avenue. A complete 2012 calendar of the Symphony’s special and holiday concerts is available at http://www.sfsymphony.org/press.
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