Beautiful San Francisco Davis Concert Hall sound effect is excellent, admire fame and go just in time for the last concert in summer, Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5 and Symphony No. 7, passionate performance in each note, each layer of music structure is clearly distinguishable and very enjoyable! At halftime, an Asian boy volunteered to play Chopin's first narrative and won applause. Tickets for concerts can be booked online, with prices ranging from $50 to $100. The daily concert starts six hours before the opening of the sale, the minimum can be reduced to about $30, you can try.
What a beautiful symphony hall. I love the old time charm of this place. The acoustic is really good and the design of the hall is excellent. Most of the seats have a good view of the center stage.I am a very liberal and modem girl with a passion for old fashion elegance. My dream date is to be taken to a Black & White Ball - wine, dine and dance. I could spend days and days at this symphony hall and never get tried. Perhaps I am just a hopeless romantic.Concert etiquette must be an dying art. I feel ancient when I see people running around the symphony hall in casual jeans and tees. Maybe I am really a dinosaur from outer space.
I had always admired the San Francisco Symphony as a kid. Even after moving back to Hawaii, I would always say how much better this group was compared to the one in Honolulu. Last night, I was happy to revisit old experiences with a trip to Davies Symphony Hall for their Christmas Special. The performance was deeply moving: Brilliant arrangements, a choir and a bell section complemented the SF Symphony very well.In one endearing instance, I was gazing into the orchestra when a bassoonist happened to look back up my way. I smiled and was surprised to see her smile back.
If you feel the music wherever you go, then head to the Award-Winning San Francisco Symphony and experience the art in sound form, surrounded by locals who love a good concert. The musicians and conductors at the Symphony pursuit perfection in every performance, and the current music director—since 1995—Michael Tilson Thomas is known for incorporating multimedia and creative staging to the concerts. The Symphony gave its first concerts in 1911 and has since collected many world class awards and “a bundle” of Grammys.
In San Francisco, culture doesn't get better than a night out at the Davies Symphony Hall. The modernist architecture and world-class acoustics show off the San Francisco Symphony and acclaimed director Michael Tilson Thomas. Dozens of special events throughout the year -- rock bands, soloists, guest musicians -- add to the diversity.
The SF Symphony is an awesome orchestra and have an amazing line-up each season, with countless performances. If you live here or are visiting, you need to check it out. They host various events all year long from black tie galas, which are fun to informal young professional and family friendly programs.