Kurt Masur Conducts the San Francisco Symphony in Bruckner's Romantic Symphony
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The last date listed for Kurt Masur Conducts the San Francisco Symphony in Bruckner's Romantic Symphony was Friday February 20, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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Meet Sofia Gubaidulina at a pre-concert talk, where she will speak about her new piece. The talk also features Laurel Fay, and begins an hour before the concert.
Kurt Masur, conductor
Sofia Gubaidulina, _The Light of the End _
Bruckner, Symphony No. 4, Romantic
More than century after his passing, audiences have come to know this composer through the force of his inspiration, and the radiance of his spirit. Don’t miss the San Francisco Symphony in the majestic Fourth Symphony, the Romantic, by Anton Bruckner, lead by the legendary conductor Kurt Masur. Masur also conducts Sofia Gubaidulina’s recent orchestral work _The Light of the End _as a part of the Symphony’s Phyllis C. Wattis Composer Residency program.
Meet Sofia Gubaidulina at a pre-concert talk, where she will speak about her new piece. The talk also features Laurel fay, and begins an hour before
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