Davies Symphony Hall
201 Van Ness Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94102
Keeping the earth alive and healthy, keeping the arts alive and thriving…it’s practically the same thing, so we just had to squeeze the San Francisco Symphony’s Davies After Hours into this SCENE edition. From the symphony that’s won eleven Grammys, frequently gives back to the community and is notorious for luring new audiences to fall in love with classical music comes a new event: the Davies After Hours. It’s a three-part series that’s a little bit of concert, a little bit of reception and 100% inspiring, educational and fun.
After select San Francisco Symphony concerts, the audience is invited to receive yet but another concert – this time with a cocktail in their hands, overlooking the City Hall building on an open air balcony within the Second Tier Lobby. Free to ticket holders, the After Hours’ goal is to celebrate the correlation between traditional classical music and the diverse, eclectic music of our beloved Bay Area.
So on April 24, after the orchestra’s exquisite rendition of Poulenc’s Organ Concerto, four Orchestra members will shed their well-donned ‘fits and join forces as NTL, a rock group with jazz influences. If you miss this Davies After Hours, don’t fret – you can always go to the May 22 event. But don’t miss that performance, as it will be the last one of the season.