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Win Tickets to Classical Mystery Tour: A Tribute to The Beatles with The San Francisco Symphony

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When Ed Sullivan introduced the Beatles to America in 1964, everything changed…the way we listened to music, the way we wore our hair, the way we perceived our world. It was considered a once-in-a-lifetime event. Until now! Recapture the spell … Continue reading »


Win Tickets to Smokey Robinson with the San Francisco Symphony

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With his satin voice and effortless song style, Smokey Robinson is one of the most beloved and influential singers in the history of pop music. Now, he comes to Davies Symphony Hall to perform with the San Francisco Symphony in a … Continue reading »


Win a pair of tickets to the 25th Annual 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular

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Are you still trying to find a fun, family-friendly way to celebrate America’s birthday? Well look no further than the 25th Annual 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular at the Shoreline Amphitheater from Radio Disney and the City of Mountain View! … Continue reading »


Win Tickets to the San Francisco Symphony!

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This year marks the centenary of the death of Gustav Mahler, the Austrian-Bohemian composer whose work was banned in Europe during the Nazi era. The San Francisco Symphony’s Keeping Score series has created a two part profile of the composer: … Continue reading »


Win Tickets to SF Symphony + Watch the Second Episode of 'Keeping Score: Gustav Mahler'

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The second episode of Keeping Score presented by The San Francisco Symphony and music director Michael Tilson Thomas, exploring the life and music of Gustav Mahler, airs tonight on KQED at 9pm. [You can watch a preview here.] To celebrate … Continue reading »


Win Tickets to SF Symphony + Watch the Premiere of Keeping Score

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New episodes of Keeping Score presented by The San Francisco Symphony and music director Michael Tilson Thomas, exploring the life and music of Gustav Mahler, premiere on KQED April 14 at 9pm. This year marks the centenary of the death … Continue reading »