About The San Francisco Symphony
The San Francisco Symphony is one of the most famous symphonies in the world known for being artistically adventurous and innovative through programming, concert experiences and acclaimed recordings.
About the Experience
Join us as we "go behind the curtain" to discover the magic of the San Francisco Symphony. All Red Curtain Addict ticket holders will have the opportunity to meet the concertmaster Alexander Barantschik, experience an amazing performing featuring works by J.S. Bach and Shostakovich and enjoy exclusive access to a private lounge to enjoy complimentary bites and drinks before the show and during intermission!
About the Concert
Celebrate the artistry of the San Francisco Symphony when Concertmaster and violin soloist Alexander Barantschik leads a rousing performance of J.S. Bach’s ebullient E major Violin Concerto. Then, experience Shostakovich’s intense and probing wartime monument, the Eighth Symphony, under the direction of conductor Juraj Valčuha.
Date and Time
Saturday, June 1, 2019
Davies Symphony Hall, 201 Van Ness Ave.
What to expect...
A private room for Red Curtain Addict guests only, where we are going to be mixing and mingling while sippin' on some amazing craft cocktails and meeting the Concertmaster of the San Francisco Symphony.
This is an intimate affair. We only have room for 50 people! Hurry now and get your tickets before this exclusive experience is sold out.
What else you should know?
Alexander Barantschik is from Saint Petersburg Russia and began playing the violin at age 6! Although Alexander has listened and played classical music his entire life, he loves the freedom of Jazz. Come with us to find out more about Alexander Barantschik and how we became the Concertmaster of the San Francisco Symphony!