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Today's announcement from the San Francisco Symphony:

 

Concert Cancellation Notice

Dear San Francisco Symphony Community,

We hope this update finds you and your loved ones healthy and safe. Today we have made the difficult decision to cancel all San Francisco Symphony concerts through June 30, 2021.

San Francisco Symphony CEO Mark C. Hanson notes, “While it is deeply disappointing to have to cancel the remainder of the planned concerts in our 2020–21 Season, the ongoing impacts of COVID-19 make it clear that this is the best course of action for the Symphony at this time. By canceling these performances, we are able to turn our full attention to investing in the creation of compelling and timely digital content and experiences that both fit within required safety guidelines and take advantage of them as a catalyst for innovation.” 

On November 14, the SF Symphony presents Throughline: San Francisco Symphony—From Hall to Home, a free concert event that reflects the forward-looking creativity of the San Francisco Symphony and the vibrant personalities of the Bay Area and beyond. For more information visit sfsymphony.org/throughline.

We can’t wait to be back on stage sharing live music with you again. Until then, we’re asking for your help: Please consider donating today.

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This weekend (for 3 days) -

Violinist Hilary Hahn "returns to Houston for Mozart’s soaring and graceful Violin Concerto No. 5. Plus, Marin Alsop leads the Symphony in Haydn’s fun-loving Symphony No. 60 and Keyla Orozco’s kinetic PerpetuumM."

Livestream tickets can be purchased here:

https://houstonsymphony.org/tickets/concerts/hilary-hahn-plays-dvorak/

Houston Symphony livestream performance FAQ:

https://houstonsymphony.org/2021season/

 

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Tonight at 7pm PST -

"The San Francisco Symphony welcomes new Music Director Esa-Pekka Salonen and eight Collaborative Partners with a digital concert event that charts a new direction for the Orchestra. 

The vibrant program includes music by Ellen Reid, John Adams, Kev Choice, and Ludwig van Beethoven, and is highlighted by the world premiere of Collaborative Partner Nico Muhly’s Throughline, a San Francisco Symphony commission written specifically for a digital medium and filmed in locations around the world.

Throughline: San Francisco Symphony—From Hall to Home will broadcast locally in the Bay Area on November 14 at 7pm PST on KQED Public Television and simultaneously stream worldwide on this page, where it will remain for on-demand."

https://www.sfsymphony.org/Watch-and-listen/Events/Throughline

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