What beautiful weather we have been having! No longer does the sun disassociate its twin functions of producing heat and light and to feel the lovely sunshine while you lay under the cerulean blue skies -it just makes you feel so alive!
Well , you can experience that same feeling of warmth and joy when you come to the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra performance under the direction of the highly renowned Michael Tilson Thomas tonight. The performance will also feature Christian Tetzlaff, a violinist who is claimed to be the most important violinists in our times for his perfect technique and musical perception . Do I see you raising your eyebrows with disbelief? Then listen to this!
Christian Tetzlaff – Bach Sonata No. 3 (III. Largo)– Courtesy, www.youtube.com
Tonight’s program features works of Kissine, Tchaikovsky, Ravel and Liszt- all masters with such distinct signatures.
San Francisco Symphony
Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor
Christian Tetzlaff, violin
When: Friday, March 19, 8 pm
Where: Hill Auditorium
Tickets at Box Office before the show or the Michigan League Ticket Office.
Come bask in the Hill Auditorium as the lovely notes of the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra lift you to your heaven!