Nicola Luisotti Leads the San Francisco Opera Orchestra
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Delightful concert! Unique pieces I had not heard before, including a very well-executed cello concerto and two symphonies. Very well done! I was a little distracted by the conductor's unique "jiggling" fast hand movements, but every conductor...continued
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“Under his baton, the San Francisco Opera Orchestra sparkles, shimmers, storms, and, most importantly, sings the music.” —_San Francisco Examiner _
SF Opera Orchestra
Nicola Luisotti, conductor
A rare opportunity to hear the distinguished San Francisco Opera Orchestra shine in symphonic repertoire under the direction of its extraordinary music director. Italian conductor Nicola Luisotti, also principal guest conductor of the Tokyo Symphony, made his international debut in 2002 and his career trajectory since then can only be described as meteoric, with engagements in the world’s major opera houses and concert halls.
Prokofiev: Symphony No. 1 in D major (Classical)
Haydn: Cello Concerto in C major (Amit Peled, cello)
Cherubini: Symphony in D major
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