SF Symphony's Michael Tilson Thomas Conducts Tchaikovsky's Fourth
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Featured review from David R. McCannRed Velvet
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My wife and I are in our seventies; we used to go to the Hollywood Bowl with our kids, and grandkids, at least several times during the season. We haven't been to the bowl for years--in part because we moved out of the LA area, and have been traveling a lot for our work--but now we are back in the area, Santa Clarita. Prompted by Gil Shaham and Michael Tilson Thomas concert, I got tickets thru Goldstar for our daughter, two grandchildren and boyfriend, and an old friend who is a classical music fan--and we all went last night, had a great picnic beforehand, and enjoyed one of the best concerts I have ever experienced at the bowl (and that includes Isaac Stern's 50th Birthday at the Bowl). We had a fabulous time, and what made it so much fun was to see grandkids who are of that early 20s generation, being enraptured by all of the music, not just Mr. Shaham.
Los Angeles Philharmonic
Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor
Gil Shaham, violin
Sibelius: Violin Concerto
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4