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San Francisco Symphony - Brahms Symphony No. 1

Closed March 3, 2018

High on the hill, deep in the dale, I send you a thousand greetings

Why See San Francisco Symphony - Brahms Symphony No. 1?

Taking the composer over two decades to create, Brahms' monumental 1st Symphony is often referred to as Beethoven's 10th due to the clear inspiration from the legendary maestro. A passionate start gives way to lush pastoral melodies that evoke the power and beauty of the Swiss countryside, going so far as to capture the horn tones of an Alpine shepherd.

Pablo Heras-Casada conducts, alongside violinist Alexander Barantschik and will also lend their talents to Esa-Pekka Salonen's Helix and Shostakovich's Violin Concerto 2, the composer's final work.

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Performance date: 3 March 2018

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