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JOHN CORIGLIANO’S SAXOPHONE CONCERTO IS MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF MICHÈLE AND LAURENCE CORASH, AS A 50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY PRESENT TO ONE ANOTHER.
THURSDAY MATINEE CONCERTS ARE ENDOWED BY A GIFT IN MEMORY OF RHODA GOLDMAN
APR 7 CONCERT IS PRESENTED
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
THIS PROJECT IS SUPPORTED IN PART
BY THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT
FOR THE ARTS
Conductor Giancarlo Guerrero makes his SF Symphony debut with a program of Symphony premieres highlighting some of the most captivating 20th and 21st century music from the Americas. Works by Adolphus Hailstork, Antonio Estévez, and Astor Piazzolla paint vivid scenes of a bustling Virginia port, rolling Venezuelan countryside, and raucous Argentine tango club. Timothy McAllister, one of the greatest classical saxophonists of his generation, takes center stage for John Corigliano’s Saxophone Concerto, an SF Symphony commission and world premiere.
Off-The-Podium: A post-concert audience Q&A session with moderator Sarah Cahill will be presented from the stage immediately following the concert on April 8. Free to all ticket holders.