The SF Symphony offers a variety of concerts, from choir to gospel this holiday season. One we’re going to: Peter and the Wolf.
This Prokoviev masterpiece is narrated by Dr. Spock, er, I mean Leonard Nimoy on December 13 & 14. The San Francisco Youth Sympony performs, with Benjamin Schwartz conducting. My 7 year went to the Music for Families series this fall, and thought the conductor was hot. She’s only SEVEN!!!!! So now I get to judge “hot or not” while listening to the performance for myself.
Tickets are quickly selling out – the cheapie seats are gone, as are most of the front orchestra seats.
What: Peter and the Wolf, San Francisco Symphony
When: Saturday, December 13 (Davies Symphony Hall, SF) 1:00 and 4:00
Sunday, December 14 (Flint Center, Cupertino) at 2:00 p.m.
Tickets: $15-35 (no discount for kids)