About San Francisco Symphony

The San Francisco Symphony has a rich and illustrious history dating back to 1911. Since its founding, the San Francisco Symphony has become one of America’s most beloved orchestras, renowned for its classic pieces, vibrant San Francisco Symphony concerts, and creative approach to music. Throughout its history, the San Fran Symphony has produced dozens of incredible albums and memorable songs. Its repertoire ranges from classical favorites such as Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony to innovative works like John Adams’ Short Ride in a Fast Machine. The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra is also known for popular classics like Carmen and West Side Story as well as their recordings of modern-day works like Star Wars: A New Hope and Harry Potter. The San Francisco Symphony has received numerous awards over the years, including four Grammy Awards, two Emmy Awards, and an Oscar nomination. It was named “Ensemble of the Year" by Musical America in 2006 and inducted into the American Classical Music Hall of Fame in 2012.

In addition to studio albums and live performances at home venues such as Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco, the San Francisco Philharmonic Orchestra tours extensively throughout North America each year. With regular U.S. tours beginning in 2009, it has performed in 36 states across the country from Hawaii to Wisconsin during this period. Charitable outreach programs take them around California to perform in underserved communities with schools receiving special educational packages from visitations from musicians as a part of their education outreach program. Outside of North America, they have performed around Europe, Mexico, Asia, South America, and Australia spreading their music culture even further abroad. Today, the San Francisco Symphony is still going strong over a century later; entertaining audiences across the globe with its unique musical style that brings together classical elements with modern influences to create something truly special.

Jean Sibelius, an extraordinarily innovative composer, created music of remarkable and intense dramatic expression. However, upon closer examination, his music can also be seen as appealing to a wide audience, revealing a certain flair for pleasing the masses. In April 2023, at Davies Symphony Hall, a radiant light illuminated the stage as the San Francisco Symphony presented a magnificent double bill of Sibelius' compositions. This exceptional performance highlighted the composer's suavely ingratiating qualities, captivating the audience with its elegance and charm. Unlike the rough and unrefined approach that many performers adopt, this was a magnificent demonstration of smooth and captivating charm.

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