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Davies Symphony Hall
Between Hayes and Grove 201 Van Ness San Francisco, CA 94102
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5 stars
depending on events around civic center, traffic and parking can be really difficult, so give yourself plenty of time to find parking and bring some cash, because if there is only limited parking all garages will accept cash only!
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Corridor at 100 Van Ness, casual and fast with great food and service
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Nicola Luisotti Conducts Brahms's Fourth
15 ratings
4.5 average rating
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35 events
20 reviews
19 stars
attended Mar 18 2009

good value for money. we paid premier seats, and the rows in front of us were open (not overly crowded due to program, non-famous soloist, and new conductor), so we were able to move to better seats. the concert was comprised of three pieces. ...continued

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35 events
11 reviews
4 stars
attended Mar 18 2009

We had a wonderful time. The acoustics in the hall were wonderful. The orchestra and conductor were terrific. Especially loved the Brahms symphony. From the second tier it is nice to have binoculars.

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19 events
8 reviews
4 stars
attended Mar 20 2009

'Twas a lush evening at Symphony Hall. Went for the Brahms, but fell in love with Kodaly and Bloch.

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The San Francisco Opera’s future music director explores works with deep ethnic roots. He visits Kodály’s Hungary and joins Principal Cellist Grebanier in music of Old Testament grandeur.


Kodály, Dances from Galánta

Bloch, Schelomo

Brahms, Symphony No. 4

Free Inside Music talk by John Palmer one hour prior to each concert.

Off the Podium — Please stay for an informal Q&A session featuring Nicola Luisotti immediately following the performance on March 18.