Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings Play Funky Soul Music
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The last date listed for Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings was Saturday November 24, 2012 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Davies Symphony Hall:
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Davies Symphony Hall is an appropriately majestic backdrop for the San Francisco Choral Society's performance of Brahms' monumental A German Requiem. Working from a German-language Bible -- rather than the Latin Catholic liturgy -- Brahms focused his elegiac composition on the transience of life, rather than the finality of death. In doing so, he transformed a potentially conventional piece of church music into what would later become the second most performed choral work after Handel's Messiah. Now soloists Marnie Breckenridge (soprano) and Eugene Brancoveanu (bass) and the California Chamber Symphony will join SF Choral in bringing this masterful Requiem back to life. Learn More
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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Loved it and would go again. One minor complaint - people forget this is a concert in a performance venue, not a club. Please don't shout your conversations over the music and stand in your seats so people behind you cannot see. Everyone else wants to enjoy themselves, too.
Otherwise, the evening with Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings was a highlight for the year!
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By far one of the best performances I have seen in a long time. Sharon Jones is highly energetic, authentic and fully entertaining. She was engaging the audience through dance on stage and conversing our history and her experience through the...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“Jones is a fantastic singer, a masterful soul vocalist in the best tradition of Etta James, Bettye Lavette, and Irma Thomas.” —pitchfork.com