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Conductors
& Performers

San Francisco Symphony

SF Ballet School Trainees

Young Women's Choral Projects of San Francisco,
Susan McMane

Director

San Francisco Boys Chorus

Deck the Hall Players (Former members of Beach Blanket Babylon)

performances

Sun, Dec 6, 2020 at 11:00AM

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If you would like assistance purchasing tickets for patrons with disabilities, please call the box office at 415-864-6000.

Proceeds from this event enable us to present Deck the Hall free of charge digitally to those served by the San Francisco Symphony’s education and community programs, including child development centers, child welfare agencies, schools, and family organizations. This digital holiday program provides a unique opportunity for audience members—some for the first time—to engage with the San Francisco Symphony.


Supporting Partner

Event Description

There is nothing better than looking forward to the festive season and Deck the Hall is the perfect something to make your family’s holiday season merry and bright. Join us for a virtual celebration with members of the San Francisco Symphony, guest artists, and special appearances as we bring you a creative program of festive favorites and sing-alongs. The holiday program is also a way to give back as every purchase helps support Deck the Hall Community Day: the Deck the Hall program free of charge digitally to those served by the San Francisco Symphony’s education and community programs, including: child development centers, child welfare agencies, schools, and family organizations. This digital program will provide a unique opportunity for audience members to engage with the San Francisco Symphony.

BUY A VIP PACKAGE

Proceeds from this event enable us to present Deck the Hall free of charge digitally to those served by the San Francisco Symphony’s education and community programs, including child development centers, child welfare agencies, schools, and family organizations. This digital holiday program provides a unique opportunity for audience members—some for the first time—to engage with the San Francisco Symphony.