And The Beat Goes On - Symphony Concert
Legendary timpanist and composer William Kraft wrote his second concerto specifically for San Francisco Symphony's David Herbert, and Herbert has been invited to perform it with Symphony Silicon Valley, with Kraft in attendance. Played on fifteen custom-built timpani tuned for melody, the concerto is almost as much dance as music. One of Shostakovich's greatest works follows: his autobiographical "Tenth Symphony," with its merciless portrait of Stalin and its passionate moods of despair and triumph.
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|11/17||7:00p||John Cleese - Monty Python Actor and Comedian|
|1/16||8:00p||Nakamatsu Plays Ravel & Gershwin|
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|1/18||2:30p||Nakamatsu Plays Ravel & Gershwin|
|3/14||8:00p||Shostakovich: Gentleman Comrade|
|3/15||2:30p||Shostakovich: Gentleman Comrade|