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SUMMER WITH THE SF SYMPHONY



EXPLORE SUMMER CONCERTS

Explore the intersection between classical music and Persian classical musical culture with multi-instrumentalist and curator Mohammad Nejad.

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LIVE CONCERTS RETURN

SF Symphony performances at Davies Symphony Hal

Health & safety

The health and safety of our patrons, musicians, staff, and volunteers is our top priority.
Please visit sfsymphony.org/safety to read the San Francisco Symphony’s Health and Safety FAQ.


Curated by Harpist Destiny Muhammad

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CURRENTS: THUNDER SONG

Explore the intersection between classical music and American Indian musical cultures.
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CHAMBER MUSIC 
ON SFSYMPHONY +



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INSTRUMENT OF THE MONTH:
THE horn
Every few weeks, we will focus on a different instrument of the orchestra, sending you links with fun facts and activity pages for children, parents, and teachers to print out, explore, and enjoy.


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Alban Berg: Violin Concerto, Seven Early Songs, and Three Pieces for Orchestra

A new recording from the Grammy-winning Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony

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GRAMMY® Winner for Best Classical Compendium

COLLABORATIVE PARTNERS
In their inaugural season together, Esa-Pekka Salonen and the San Francisco Symphony introduce a new artistic leadership model unique in the orchestral world, anchored by an extraordinary group of eight Collaborative Partners from a variety of cultural disciplines. 
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In this time of uncertainty, one thing remains constant: Our deepest gratitude for the dedication and support of each and every member of the San Francisco Symphony family.

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COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update: Beginning May 6, 2021, the San Francisco Symphony will be hosting audiences for live performances inside Davies Symphony Hall. The cancellation of previously scheduled concerts through June 30, 2021 remains in effect.  

Learn more and view a list of canceled concerts.

Our Patron Promise

As we navigate together into the 2021-22 season, we promise to be there for you just as 
you continue to be there for us. 

  • We continue to be focused on creating exceptional performances and experiences that engage audiences and expand their connections to live orchestral music, to each other, and the world around them.
  • We pledge to be flexible, empathetic, and accommodating should you be unable to attend an event. 
  • If an event needs to be rescheduled or canceled, we will let you know as soon as possible, providing you with the choice of ticket donations, gift certificates, exchanges, and refunds. 
  • We remain committed to bringing the best in music to our stages, while keeping our audiences, musicians, and staff safe.