SF Symphony

06 Jan 2017

Kicking off 2017 on a Very, Very High Note at the SF Symphony

I’ve always believed that, if you can’t guarantee that something is going to be good, you should do your best to make sure it’s at least funny. Thus, my one and only goal for 2017 was: more funny things. So, when I was offered to tickets to see Jane Krakowski

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19 Jul 2016

Meet The People Who Lined Up At 4 AM For Symphony Tickets

This post is supported by the SF Symphony. Wanna support a post on the site? Holler at Alex@BrokeAssStuart.com Monday was a high holy holiday for the hardest of hardcore classical music fans in San Francisco. Fanatical followers of the San Francisco Symphony were lining up before 4 a.m. Monday morning for

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14 Jul 2016

No, They’re Not Waiting for the New iPhone, They’re Waiting for The Symphony

This post is supported by the SF Symphony. Wanna support a post on the site? Holler at Alex@BrokeAssStuart.com The SF Symphony’s Single Ticket Day is the most magical day of the year, and it’s almost here! On Monday July 18, tickets for all concerts in the 2016-17 season go on sale!

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20 Apr 2016

EDM DJ & Composer To Play With The SF Symphony Orchestra

Calling all EMD and Classical music fans; composer and DJ Mason Bates joins the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and guest conductor Pablo Heras-Casado to bring us Auditorium, an electro-acoustic soundscape that unites two incredible methods of making music.  Portions of the performance contain sounds from Nasa’s first space walk, another has beats from

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14 Jan 2016

Drinks, Dinner & the SF Symphony for under $40

We felt like being fancy, yet affordable. And like good San Franciscans we wanted to do things a little different, so we created a theme and challenged everyone to follow it. The theme…thrift store chic. Meaning your clothes should be fancy, like tuxedos and gowns…but they also must be second-hand. And the night of, you’re not going to spend more than $40

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18 Dec 2015

German Strings & Burlesque Themes : SF SoundBox

The venue feels like the big city.  The massive 50ft walls are covered with precise lighting and calculated blackness.  It’s industrial yet inviting, and absolutely possessed by artists.  Standing in line at the bar I notice there are load bearing cables on the walls, weights and measures, elaborate schemes for lighting

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11 Nov 2015

Conductor of The San Francisco Symphony : Local Legend Michael Tilson Thomas

We were lucky enough to ask the MTT some questions about his life, San Francisco, & the current and future state of classical music. Meet Michael Tilson Thomas, the Music Director of the San Francisco Symphony for more than 20 years, the longest-tenured music director at any major American orchestra.

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