San Francisco Symphony

This was a big treat for me. We went to hear the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra play a brilliant concert under the baton of Michael Tilson Thomas. This is his last year of regular gigs, and the first piece they played was a world première written for him and his husband by the American composer John Adams, who was in the audience and came down for a round of applause himself at the end of it. The music was brilliant and the performance sublime. Also in the programme was Rachmaninov’s Fourth Piano Concerto, which I’ve never heard live before, characterfully performed by Daniil Trifonov, and also Schumann’s Third Symphony. A memorable musical treat 🎵😁👌🏼We then drove north over the Golden Gate Bridge. It’s not a brilliant quality video, but here it is…

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