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Join us as an electrifying new era of music begins at the San Francisco Symphony. Compose your own season today to guarantee you don’t miss a thing!


COMPOSE YOUR OWN TODAY

Our Patron Promise


The current pandemic has changed a lot of things in our world but not our high standard of customer service. As we navigate together into the 2020-21 season, we promise to be there for you just as you continue to be there for us.

  • We pledge to be flexible, empathetic and accommodating should you be unable to safely 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.

 

Bearing all this in mind, we ask you to join us on a journey of hope as we look to the future. 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.

 

Join us as Esa-Pekka Salonen takes the podium for the first time as Music Director of the San Francisco Symphony. Explore a season that includes beloved masterworks, thrilling world premieres, and prismatic music festivals that delve into thought-provoking themes and extraordinary artistic collaborations.

Be there as music’s biggest stars―including Michael Tilson Thomas, Yuja Wang, Joshua Bell, and Renée Fleming―take the Davies Symphony Hall stage; experience classic films like The Godfather brought to life by the SF Symphony; and ring in the holidays with Holiday Brass, SF icon Peaches Christ, and more.

The choice is yours! Enjoy the flexibility of composing your own season with only the concerts you want to hear, with access to insider discounts and benefits. Simply choose 3 concerts and save more than 30% over full-priced single tickets.

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COMPOSE YOUR OWN

Music’s Biggest Stars



Friends from around the globe take the Davies Symphony Hall stage to share the joy and virtuosity of live performance at its very best.

Live Film with the San Francisco Symphony


Kid-Friendly Shows


Discover how music speaks to us all—young listeners ages 5–12 
and longtime fans alike—through enriching performances and 
fun-filled events.

Spotlights



Explore a season full of cherished masterworks and the music you love. Be inspired by these themed concert spotlights.

Festivals

On the Precipice: 
Music of the Weimar Republic

In June 2021, Esa-Pekka Salonen and the San Francisco Symphony present On the Precipice: Music of the Weimar Republic, a journey through one of history’s most inventive and decadent cultural periods.

With performances exploring the satiric and degenerate, peculiar and cynical, duty and demise, experience why this eclectic festival of music, cabaret, film, and discussions about art at the dawn of fascist Germany so clearly speaks to us now.   

Jun 17-20 Salonen: Make Art, Not War
Jun 24-26
Salonen: Weimar Nightfall

Myths & Mortals: 
A Festival of Greek Mythology

Modern civilization is laden with legends and lore, none with more timeless potency than the ancient libraries of Greek mythology. These extraordinary stories are a source of wisdom, philosophy, and morality; they are humanized by scorching drama, deep tenderness, and poetic beauty. 

In March 2021, Esa-Pekka Salonen leads the San Francisco Symphony in a wide-ranging, three-week immersion into music inspired by Greek mythology. This is music of the myths that make us, music of the then and now.

Digital Brochure


This season we made it easier than ever to select concerts. Click the links below for our all digital brochure and order form so you can begin composing your dream season today.



Download a copy of our 20-21 brochure here.

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Season Overview 

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