Davies Symphony Hall
201 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102
Patron Services: (415) 864-6000
Box Office: Grove Street, between Van Ness and Franklin
SFS Youth Orchestra
New Video Resource
SFS YOUTH ORCHESTRA
Esa-Pekka Salonen & Conducting Staff
SF Symphony Musicians
September 29–October 1
Richard Strauss is your guide for a rigorous mountain trek complete with exquisite vistas and opulent orchestral sounds.
Vaughan Williams’ plaintive English pastoralism sets the stage for Holst’s otherworldly astrological tour.
Two portraits of triumph: one sturdy and unapologetic, the other with unerring dramatic instincts but an ambivalent heart.
The remarkable alchemy of Michael Tilson Thomas, the San Francisco Symphony, and the music of Mahler continues its fascinating evolution in a program featuring the Fifth Symphony.
Deception, dance, denouement: Two orchestral painters unveil works that trace journeys of heart and spirit.
Sea and stars swirl and coalesce, while works old and new converse with one another.
Dmitri Shostakovich’s subtly sinister concerto is the vehicle for a cello star’s Symphony debut.
Anton Bruckner bends time and space in the service of a massive—and massively satisfying—symphonic construction. Yefim Bronfman tames the tempests of Robert Schumann's only piano concerto.
Mahler once told Sibelius, “A symphony must be like the world. It must embrace everything.” The proof is in the pudding in Mahler’s wondrous Third.