The fall season of the San Francisco Symphony heats up in November with Beethoven, Mozart, Copland and Strauss concerts, and tickets are half off. This offer includes premier seating sections and one performance at the new Green Music Center in Sonoma.
Tickets are $17-$56.50 (reg. $34-$113). Choose from the following concert dates at Davies Symphony Hall and the Green Music Center:
MTT and Jeremy Denk: Beethoven, Mozart, Copland
Praised by the New York Times as “a pianist you want to hear no matter what he performs,” Jeremy Denk performs music by Mozart and Beethoven. Michael Tilson Thomas conducts Copland’s Symphonic Ode and Steven Mackey’s "Eating Greens." Tickets are $17-$56.50 (reg. $34-$113).
Bychkov conducts Strauss’ "An Alpine Symphony"
Guest conductor Semyon Bychkov and pianist Till Fellner perform Mozart’s "Piano Concerto No. 24 in C Minor." The second half of the program features Richard Strauss’ "An Alpine Symphony."
All performances are at Davies Symphony Hall, except for the Nov. 21 performance, which is at Green Music Center in Sonoma.