Saturday, Feb. 11 will be a big night for Bay Area teenagers! It’s their night at the SF Symphony, with a special program designed by Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser, the Symphony’s Resident Conductor of Engagement and Education.
Sit back, relax, and experience the best band in town as the Symphony presents a wild line-up of music “with a message.”
Think about music with important social, political, and personal messages: music of defiance against oppression, music of solidarity, friendship and romance, and even music of seething hatred (remember Shakespeare’s Montagues and Capulets?).
Your Teen Night Concert will be a roller coaster of emotions and larger-than-life drama—captured in LIVE sonic splendor by a full symphony orchestra. And, there will also be games and prizes for the trivial crowd!
Dress up, dress down, and come as you are for a fun night out that is not your parents’ concert.
SF Symphony Teen Night – Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. – Davies Symphony Hall
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