The new season of the San Francisco Symphony is just around the corner. Don't miss out on tickets to a diverse range of shows.
See Michael Tilson Thomas conduct Gershwin, Beethoven, and a Centennial Celebration of Leonard Bernstein. The new season also features world-renowned soloists including Yuja Wang, Joshua Bell, Hilary Hahn and Itzhak Perlman. You can also experience extra dramatic renditions of your favorite movies on the big screen: Relive the genius of Amadeus or snap your way through West Side Story as the Symphony performs the film scores live.
Celebrate Bernstein at 100 with the San Francisco Symphony.(Don Hunstein © Sony Music Entertainment)
Tickets for the Symphony's new season go on sale at 8am, July 17th, at the Symphony Box Office; at 10am by phone; and online at sfsymphony.org. The concerts sell out quickly, so if you want to annoy your neighbor by loudly singing along to "I Feel Pretty," you've gotta act fast.
The early bird gets the free coffee and fried chicken! On July 17th only, be one of the first 200 people in line at the box office and choose from an assortment of complimentary gourmet coffees to pair with buttermilk fried chicken and waffles from Off the Grid food trucks.
Yuja Wang "is, quite simply, the most dazzling, uncannily gifted pianist in the concert world today."(Photo by Norbert Kniat)