San Francisco Symphony: Bernard Labadie Conducts Mozart's Early Masterpieces
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The last date listed for Bernard Labadie Conducts Mozart and the San Francisco Symphony was Friday February 18, 2011 / 8:00pm (Pre-Concert Talk Begins at 7:00pm).
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Grammy Award-winning trumpet player/composer Chris Botti returns to Davies Symphony Hall for an evening of jazz classics with the San Francisco Symphony. Swing to the sophisticated sounds of America's best-selling jazz instrumentalist, whose compositions cross a wide swath of genres, often veering into pop territory -- but always maintaining a smooth, seductive sound. Four of his albums have reached No. 1 on the Billboard jazz charts, and he's the biggest-selling jazz instrumentalist in the country. Steven Reineke conducts. Learn More
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- Inside Music, an informative talk with Scott Foglesong, begins one hour prior to concerts.
Bernard Labadie, conductor
David Greilsammer, piano
San Francisco Symphony
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This transformative evening of Mozart offers four early masterpieces: the thrilling “Little” G minor Symphony (made famous as the opening to Amadeus); two brilliant Piano Concertos, which betray the young Mozart’s prowess as both composer and keyboard virtuoso; and the Symphony No. 33, a work of stunning imaginative depth.
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