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Michael Tilson Thomas Leads The SF Symphony And Chorus, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Gil Shaham, Lisa Vroman, And Special Guests In Tribute To SFS Immediate Past President John Goldman Monday, June 17 At 8 Pm At Davies Symphony Hall

Michael Tilson Thomas leads a star-studded program with pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet, violinist Gil Shaham, soprano Lisa Vroman, and the San Francisco Symphony (SFS) and Chorus in a tribute to immediate past SFS President John Goldman. The SFS Chorus opens the concert with Lux aeterna, Ligeti’s transcendent piece made famous by 2001: A Space Odyssey. Ravel’s Piano Concerto […]

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PIANIST JEAN-YVES THIBAUDET – This Week With SF Symphony

Famed pianist to play the Liszt Piano Concerto No. 2 By Seán Martinfield Sentinel Fine Arts Critic Photo by Lynn Imanaka LA Opera Music Director James Conlon leads pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet and the The SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY (SFS) in performances of Liszt’s Piano Concerto No. 2 March 12th at the Flint Center in Cupertino and […]

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San Francisco Symphony And Michael Tilson Thomas Announce 2013-14 Season Concert Programs, Events, And Recordings

The San Francisco Symphony (SFS) and Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas (MTT) announced their 2013-14 season today, a slate of concerts, programs, and events that reflects their commitment to performing and recording core classical repertoire and new music by contemporary and emerging composers, presenting them side by side in in-depth explorations and creative settings. MTT continues his multi-year focus […]

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The French Über Interested in whether their politicians are Jewish

Autocomplete device that flags up popular search words reveals surfers in France exceedingly curious about whether their politicians are Jewish Ynetnews.com An Internet tool that flags up popular search words has spontaneously revealed a deeper trend: French web surfers’ exceeding curiosity about whether their politicians are Jewish. Observers say the phenomenon betrays an obsession in […]

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SF INTERNATIONAL LGBT FILM FESTIVAL – Opens At The Castro Theatre

AN ENGLISHMAN IN NEW YORK – More than ever about Quentin Crisp FRAMELINE 33 Festival runs through Sunday June 28th By Seán Martinfield Sentinel Editor and Publisher Photo by Lynn Imanaka Outspoken, outlandish and utterly unwilling to conform, legendary Quentin Crisp’s tale is the tale of homosexuality in the 20th century. Commonly accepted as the […]

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TOSCA – Tonight At San Francisco Opera

Puccini’s masterpiece was the first work to be produced by the Company in 1920 By Seán Martinfield Sentinel Editor and Publisher Photo by Lynn Imanaka San Francisco Opera presents Giacomo Puccini’s Tosca, tonight at the War Memorial Opera House. The opera will play three more performances: Saturday (6/20), Tuesday (6.23), and Friday (6/26). Canadian soprano […]

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SF BALLET TO TOUR CHINA – Programs Include Tomasson’s SWAN LAKE

Tour in Conjunction with the 60th Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China and the 30th Anniversary of the Establishment of Official Diplomatic Relations between the U.S. and the People’s Republic of China By Seán Martinfield Sentinel Editor and Publisher Photo by Lynn Imanaka San Francisco Ballet, the oldest professional ballet company […]

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