Symphony Parnassus Holiday Concert with Viva La Musica! Choir
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The last date listed for Symphony Parnassus Holiday Concert was Sunday November 27, 2011 / 3:00pm.
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Jackie Payne was already a Grammy-nominated veteran blues singer when he began performing with acclaimed blues guitarist Steve Edmonson. The two share a love for the blues and for the lost art of performance that makes each concert exciting and full of energy. Payne's live shows often match the fervor and intensity of a fire and brimstone gospel revival, while Edmonson's melodic guitar playing channels legends such as B.B. King, Jimmie Vaughan and T-Bone Walker. Learn More
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Symphony Parnassus invites you to join them in a celebration of the season with a program that reflects the festive spirit of the holidays.
The concert will begin with Respighi's Trittico Botticelliano, which pays tribute to a triptych of Botticelli’s most famous works: La Primivera (Spring), L'adorazione die Magi (The Adoration of the Magi) and La Nascita di Venere (The Birth of Venus).
Karl Jenkins is reputed to be the most performed living composer in the world and it is easy to see why: his music has immediate, visceral appeal. His magnificent work, In These Stones Horizons Sing, is a celebratory piece, written for a festive occasion. Symphony Parnassus is pleased to be joined for this performance by the captivating Viva la Musica! choir.
San Francisco assistant principal cellist Amos Yang will round out our holiday program as he accompanies us in Dvorak’s masterful Cello Concerto.