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It is a remarkable feat that Felix Mendelssohn's famed Grand Tour of Europe between 1829 and 1831 gave us three of the composers most enduring works, including his immensely popular Symphony No.4, an aural postcard of the feelings elicited by his time in Italy. Calling it his 'jolliest piece' it has remained a firm audience favorite and is presented once more in this mixed program featuring the blazing talent of the 'electric' young conductor Krzysztof Urbanski.
Additionally, the evening will pay homage to Polish composer Bacewicz's Overture and Elgar's unorthodox and nefarious Violin Concerto, played by Vilde Frang, making her San Francisco Symphony Debut.
Opening night: 23 May 2019
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