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Jul 23, 2021

CELLIST JOSHUA ROMAN REPLACES PABLO FERRÁNDEZ IN SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY CONCERTS ON JULY 30 AT DAVIES SYMPHONY HALL AND JULY 31 AT FROST AMPHITHEATER
 
Conductor and program remain the same

SAN FRANCISCO, CA—Cellist Joshua Roman joins the San Francisco Symphony and conductor Lina González-Granados in concerts on July 30 at Davies Symphony Hall and July 31 at Frost Amphitheater, replacing the previously announced Pablo Ferrández. Ferrández is unable to be here for these performances due to visa and travel complications. The concert program remains the same, featuring Joshua Roman performing Robert Schumann’s Cello Concerto, as well as music from Manuel de Falla’s ballet The Three-Cornered Hat and Zoltán Kodály’s Dances of Galánta.

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Tickets
  • Tickets for concerts at Davies Symphony can be purchased via sfsymphony.org or by calling the San Francisco Symphony Box Office at 415-864-6000. Tickets prices range from $25 to $95. 
 
  • Tickets for concerts at Frost Amphitheater can be purchased via Stanford Live here. Ticket prices range from $30 to $150. 
 
Location
  • Davies Symphony Hall is located at 201 Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco.
 
  • Frost Amphitheater is located at 351 Lasuen Street, at the intersection of Lasuen Street and Roth Way on the Stanford University campus.
 
Health & Safety Information
  • Davies Symphony Hall is currently operating at full audience capacity and no longer requires patrons to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test. As required by the City and County of San Francisco, a face covering is required for entry into Davies Symphony Hall and must be worn at all times. Learn more about Patron Safety at Davies Symphony Hall here.
 
  • Seating capacity for live concerts at Frost in July is reduced to 1,660, 20% of the amphitheater’s total capacity, with larger capacity shows beginning in August. Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test is not required for entry to events at Stanford Live, although masks are required for both unvaccinated and vaccinated patrons across all Stanford Live indoor venues. Tickets will be sold in pods of two, four, and six seats to allow for socially distanced seating; seating pods must arrive all together to enter the venue. All patrons must sit in their assigned seats during the concert and cannot sit on the ground. Learn more about Frost Amphitheater’s COVID-19 Guidelines here.


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