San Francisco Symphony Tickets
San Francisco, California has always been the hub of art in the United States. When it comes to symphonies, ballets and Opera’s, San Francisco has a lot to offer its avid art lovers. The San Francisco Symphony is on orchestra that has continued to woo its fans for more than a century. It was back in 1980 when this symphony was opened to the public in the famous Louis Davies Symphony Hall. The Symphony Youth Orchestra founded in 1971 and the Symphony Chorus of San Francisco founded eleven years later, have both held patronage of the organization along with the Symphony. A few music directors have held their positions as long as Mr. Michael Tilson who is currently holding the coveted post. Tilson was first signed on as music director in the mid nineties and he has been on the job for almost seventeen years.
San Francisco Symphony Venues
- San Francisco Symphony New Jersey Performing Arts Center - Prudential Hall
- San Francisco Symphony Shoreline Amphitheatre - CA
San Francisco Symphony Cities
- San Francisco Symphony Mountain View CA
- San Francisco Symphony Newark NJ
Latest San Francisco Symphony Events
- San Francisco Symphony: The July 4th Firework Spectacular, Shoreline Amphitheatre - CA tickets for 07/04 08:00 PM at Shoreline Amphitheatre CA, Mountain View, CA
- Sat Jul 04 2015
The San Francisco Symphony has a very rich heritage. It is no easy feat to around for the better part of a hundred years and be popular as well. One of its first performances was under the legendary Henry Hadley in the early nineteen hundreds. At that time the orchestra was composed of fifty musicians. Over the years, the Symphony has been responsible for some ground breaking records. It was the first orchestra to be heard live across the Atlantic in 1973. This was a triumph for not only transatlantic broadcasting but for orchestra recognition as well it was a gargantuan achievement. It was also the first symphony ever to be heard on a radio broadcast in 1926. Today, its milestone has left it to be heard on over four hundred radio stations around the world. Some of the most famous music directors over the years have had the honor of directing the music of the Symphony. Names like Josef Krips and Seiji Ozawa are synonymous with the symphony.
The Symphony does no limit its performances to the United States alone. It regularly plays and performs at venues across the world. Not only are they revered in Europe and its Opera houses but also in Asia where love for the orchestra is fast growing. Their amazing appetite for performing was observed on their first tour in the late forties. This tour stretched across fifty three cities and the San Francisco Symphony performed a staggering sixty concerts. In the late sixties the symphony went global when it performed for the first time in Japan. A few years after their unflustered success in Japan, the orchestra was given contracts to perform in Russia and Europe. The striking direction and relentless efforts of the musicians have been the bane of their success for decades. Few orchestras around the world have the stage presence and respect that the Symphony commands. With San Francisco Symphony tickets in your hands, you are surely going to enjoy a marvelous evening.
The San Francisco Symphony struck gold when they came across the remarkable services of music director Michael Tilson. His performances and direction earned him a nick name of "Master". Many claim him to be the best director in the past one hundred years of orchestra. He has done numerous successful tours around the world and has often been called the Pavarotti of orchestra. Many other successful names have been associated with the symphony; names such as Saint-Saens, the famous composer of the Great Depression. Maurice Ravel conducted the Symphony is the late twenties at the Panama Pacific Exposition. George Gershwin and the revered Aaron Copland were regular directors and composers in the thirties through to the sixties. John Adams, Drius Mihaud and Manuel Rosenthal were amongst the biggest names in the business from the fifties to the eighties and they conducted the orchestra numerous times.
From their very first performance in the harsh winters of 1911, the San Francisco Symphony has delivered breathtaking performances for its audiences. The amount of awards which this orchestra has won over the past century is naturally unrivalled and stands unchallenged. This is a symphony that will remain for many years to come as its foundations are based on delivering pristine performances and faultless music direction.
This is the best time to get San Francisco Symphony tickets and experience a live performance of a Symphony like never before. This will be a truly unforgettable event for you.
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