Join Capital Public Radio for the San Francisco Symphony, January 5th at the UC Davis Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts!
Thursday, January 5, 2012 at 5:30 PM (PST)
Join Capital Public Radio for the San Francisco Symphony
at the UC Davis Mondavi Center for the
Thursday, January 5th
$71.00 Ticket package includes premier concert seats, gourmet appetizers and fine wine. Ticket price reflects a 20% discount for Capital Public Radio donors.
5:30 – 7:00 Leadership Circle Reception at the Mondavi Center’s Grand Tier
7:00 – Special Pre-Performance Presentation by Peter Brunburg, Musical Assistant to San Francisco Symphony Music Director, Michael Tilson Thomas. Presentation will take place in Jackson Hall, located within the Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts.
8:00 – Performance Begins
Acclaimed for its artistic excellence and innovation, the San Francisco Symphony has a long and prestigious history. The most gifted musicians in the world grace our stage, and together with our award-winning Chorus and Youth Orchestra, the San Francisco Symphony continues to offer music lovers adventure and excitement.
Micheal Tilson Thomas leads the San Francisco Symphony in a wide-ranging program featuring Tchaikovsky's first symphony and Ligeti's violin concerto. the Boston Globe describes soloist Christian Tetzlaff's playing as "viscerally explosive ... but always with a sense of purpose and a richness of inner life."
With the popularity of the San Francisco Symphony this performance is sure to sell out. To avoid disappointment book early.
Our limited supply of tickets is being offered to you first, as one of our most generous donors. Thank you, again, for your support!
For more information email Amber Leonti at email@example.com or call her directly at (916) 278-8994.
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