With distinguished guest conductor Semyon Bychkov at the helm, the prodigiously gifted pianist Till Fellner makes his long-awaited debut with the San Francisco Symphony in Mozart’s gripping Piano Concerto in C minor. The second half of the program is given over to Richard Strauss’s majestic An Alpine Symphony, the composer’s musical depiction of climbing a mountain—and one of the most ambitious and thrilling works of the early twentieth century.
The San Francisco Symphony performs this concert in Weill Hall at Green Music Center at Sonoma State University. For more information about this beautiful, state-of-the-art venue, please visit sfsymphony.org/greenmusic.
Ticket prices include parking.
San Francisco Symphony
Concert: Approx. 1h 40m, includes intermission.
Strauss' An Alpine Symphony
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Semyon Bychkov conducts Richard Strauss's An Alpine Symphony at the Berlin Philharmonic: