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War Memorial Veterans Building Herbst Theatre/Green Room War Memorial Opera House Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall Harold L. Zellerbach Rehearsal Hall

401 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 110 San Francisco, CA 94102 Tel: 415.621.6600 Fax: 415.621.5091 www.sfwmpac.org

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

OCTOBER 2011

SAN FRANCISCO OPERA BOX OFFICE 415-864-3330 Opera House, 301 Van Ness Avenue www.sfopera.com Mon 10:00 am-5:00 pm; Tue-Fri 10:00 am-6:00 pm; st performance days 10:00 am through the 1 intermission. SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY BOX OFFICE 415-864-6000 Grove Street between Van Ness & Franklin www.sfsymphony.org Mon-Fri 10:00 am-6:00 pm; Sat noon-6:00 pm CITY BOX OFFICE / HERBST THEATRE 415-392-4400 180 Redwood Street, Suite 100 www.cityboxoffice.com Phone Hours: Mon-Fri 9:30 am-5:00 pm; Sat 10:00 am-4:00 pm Herbst Theatre Box Office, 401 Van Ness Avenue opens 1½ hours prior to performance. SAN FRANCISCO BALLET BOX OFFICE 415-865-2000 Phone Hours: Mon-Fri 10:00 am-4:00 pm www.sfballet.org Performance date phone hours 10:00 am until the performance begins. Ballet Box Office at the Opera House, 301 Van Ness Avenue, open on performance dates only: Tue-Fri noon through the 1st intermission; Sat-Sun 10:00am-1st intermission

DATE 1 Sat

THEATRE OPERA HOUSE

TIME 7:05pm 8:00pm

EVENT PRE-OPERA TALK. SF Opera presents Puccini's TURANDOT featuring Iréne Theorin, Marco Berti, Leah Crocetto, Raymond Aceto, Hyung Yun, Greg Fedderly, Daniel Montenegro, Joseph Frank and Ryan Kuster; Nicola Luisotti, conductor. PRE-CONCERT LECTURE. SF Symphony performs Mozart, Symphony No. 35 in D major; Thomas Adès/Tal Rosner, Polaris: Voyage for Orchestra (SF co-commission with video/projections); Stravinsky, Petrushka. Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor. SF Performances presents A Family Matinee: CYPRESS STRING QUARTET. Nima Entertainment presents DARIUSH & FARAMARZ ASLANI LIVE IN CONCERT. PRE-OPERA TALK. SF Opera presents Donizetti's LUCREZIA BORGIA featuring Renée Fleming, Francesco Meli, Vitalij Kowaljow, Elizabeth DeShong, Daniel Montenegro, Brian Jugde, Ao Li, Ryan Kuster, Michael Fabiano, Christopher Jackson, Austin Kness and Igor Vieira; Ricardo Frizza, conductor. SF Symphony performs a CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT. SFJAZZ present the WAYNE SHORTER QUARTET.

BOX OFFICE 864-3330 $21-$330

DAVIES HALL

7:00pm 8:00pm

864-6000 $15-$145

HERBST THEATRE

11:00am

392-2545

www.performances.org

$10-$15 392-4400 $45-$100 864-3330 $45-$389

8:30pm

2 Sun

OPERA HOUSE

1:05pm 2:00pm

DAVIES HALL

2:00pm

864-6000 $36 866-920-5299

www.sfjazz.org

HERBST THEATRE

7:00pm

$45-$85 3 Mon HERBST THEATRE 7:15pm 8:00pm PRE-CONCERT TALK. San Francisco Contemporary Music Players performs ZONE 1: CRISSCROSSING VECTORS. Music by Josh Levine, Edgard Varèse and John Luther Adams. Special Guest: John Luther Adams; Steven Schick, conductor. 392-4400

www.sfcmp.org

$10 Student $25 Senior $30 General

Owned and operated by the City & County of San Francisco

San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center Calendar of Events

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OCTOBER 2011 DATE 3 Mon THEATRE GREEN ROOM TIME 8:00pm EVENT Left Coast Chamber Ensemble performs TWO SETS OF KEYS: François Couperin, Concert Royal in G for Oboe, Cello and Harpsichord; Henri Dutilleux, Les Citations, Diptych for Oboe, Percussion, Harpsichord and Double Bass; Henri Dutilleux, Sonata for Oboe and Piano; Claude Debussy, Piano Trio in G Major. PRE-OPERA TALK. SF Opera presents Puccini's TURANDOT; see October 1. City Arts & Lectures presents ANDY BOROWITZ,

comedian, in conversation with Paul Lancour.

BOX OFFICE 800-838-3006

www.leftcoastensemble.org

$25

4 Tue

OPERA HOUSE

6:35pm 7:30pm

864-3330 $21-$330

HERBST THEATRE

8:00pm

392-4400

www.cityarts.net

$17-$27 864-3330 $45-$389

5 Wed

OPERA HOUSE

6:35pm 7:30pm

PRE-OPERA TALK. SF Opera presents Donizetti's LUCREZIA BORGIA; see October 2. PRE-REHEARSAL LECTURE. SF Symphony OPEN REHEARSAL. PRE-CONCERT LECTURE.

DAVIES HALL

9:00am 10:00am 7:00pm 8:00pm

864-6000 $22-$39 864-6400 $15-$140

SF Symphony performs Shostakovich, Festive Overture; Glazunov, Violin Concerto in A minor; Tchaivovsky (arr. Glazunov) Meditation from Souvenir d'un lieu cher; Elgar, Symphony No. 1 in A-flat major. Joshua Bell, violin; Vasily Petrenko, conductor.

City Arts & Lectures presents RY COODER, musician and composer, in conversation with Lynell George. PRE-CONCERT LECTURE. SF Symphony performs; see October 5. City Arts & Lectures presents RENÉE FLEMING,

soprano, in conversation with Steven Winn.

HERBST THEATRE

8:00pm

392-4400

www.cityarts.net

$17-$27 864-6400 $15-$140 392-4400

www.cityarts.net

6 Thu

DAVIES HALL

7:00pm 8:00pm 8:00pm

HERBST THEATRE

$17-$27 866-920-5299

www.sfjazz.org

7 Fri 8 Sat

DAVIES HALL

8:00pm

SFJAZZ presents RAVI SHANKAR.

$35-$95 OPERA HOUSE 7:05pm 8:00pm PRE-OPERA TALK. SF Opera presents Donizetti's LUCREZIA BORGIA; see October 2. PRE-CONCERT LECTURE. SF Symphony performs; see October 5. PRE-CONCERT LECTURE. SF Symphony performs; see October 5. 864-3330 $45-$389

DAVIES HALL

7:00pm 8:00pm 1:00pm 2:00pm

864-6400 $15-$145 864-6400 $15-$140

9 Sun

DAVIES HALL

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OCTOBER 2011 DATE 10 Mon 11 Tue THEATRE HERBST THEATRE TIME 5:30pm 6:30pm 7:05pm 8:00pm EVENT PRE-CONCERTTALK. SFJAZZ presents BENNY GREEN, piano. PRE-OPERA TALK. SF Opera presents Donizetti's LUCREZIA BORGIA; see October 2. City Arts & Lectures presents JEFFREY SACHS,

economist, director of the Earth Institute and Special Advisor to the U.N., in conversation with Roy

BOX OFFICE 866-920-5299

www.sfjazz.org

$20-$40 864-3330 $45-$389

OPERA HOUSE

HERBST THEATRE

8:00pm

392-4400

www.cityarts.net

$17-$27

Eisenhardt. 12 Wed 13 Thu 14 Fri HERBST THEATRE 8:00pm City Arts & Lectures presents MARY OLIVER,

Pulitzer Prize-winning Poet.

392-4400

www.cityarts.net

$17-$27 392-2545

www.performances.org

HERBST THEATRE

8:00pm

SF Performances presents STEPHANIE BLYTHE, mezzo-soprano and WARREN JONES, piano. PRE-CONCERT LECTURE. SF Symphony performs Shostakovich, Symphony No. 14 in G minor; Mussorgsky/Ravel, Pictures at an Exhibition. Olga Guryakova, soprano; Sergei Leiferkus, baritone; James Conlon, conductor. Live Nation Worldwide presents RYAN ADAMS.

$38-$68 864-6400 $15-$140

DAVIES HALL

7:00pm 8:00pm

HERBST THEATRE

8:00pm

www.livenation.com www.ticketmaster.com

$45 15 Sat OPERA HOUSE 7:05pm 8:00pm PRE-OPERA TALK. SF Opera presents Mozart's DON GIOVANNI featuring Lucas Meachem, Ellie Dehn, Serena Farnocchia, Marco Vinco, Topi Lehtipuu, Kate Lindsey, Ryan Kuster and Morris Robinson; Nicola Luisotti, conductor. PRE-CONCERT LECTURE. SF Symphony performs; see October 14. CIIS Public Programs and Performances presents MILOS KARADAGLI, guitar. SF Symphony performs; see October 14. SFJAZZ presents McCOY TYNER with Chris Potter and José James. City Arts & Lectures presents MICHAEL ONDAATJE, author, in conversation with MICHAEL CHABON. PRE-OPERA TALK. SF Opera presents Mozart's DON GIOVANNI; see October 15. 864-3330 $21-$330

DAVIES HALL

7:00pm 8:00pm 8:00pm

864-6400 $15-$145 392-4400 $25-$65 864-6400 $15-$140 866-920-5299

www.sfjazz.org

HERBST THEATRE

16 Sun

DAVIES HALL

2:00pm

HERBST THEATRE

7:00pm

$30-$75 392-4400

www.cityarts.net

17 Mon

HERBST THEATRE

8:00pm

$17-$27 864-3330 $21-$330

18 Tue

OPERA HOUSE

7:05pm 8:00pm

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OCTOBER 2011 DATE 19 Wed THEATRE DAVIES HALL TIME 7:00pm 8:00pm EVENT PRE-CONCERT LECTURE. SF Symphony performs Verdi Requiem. Sondra Radvanovsky, soprano, Dolora Zajick, mezzosoprano; Frank Lopardo, tenor; Ain Anger, bass; Fabio Luisi, conductor. The French American Cultural Society & Khloros Concerts present CREATION: WORLD TOUR with music composed by ODILE PERCEAU and performed by QUATUOR DE BORDEAUX. PRE-CONCERT LECTURE. SF Symphony performs; see October 19. City Arts & Lectures presents GABRIELLE HAMILTON, chef and writer, in conversation with Kim Severson. PRE-OPERA TALK. SF Opera presents Mozart's DON GIOVANNI; see October 15. PRE-CONCERT LECTURE. SF Symphony performs; see October 19. PRE-CONCERT LECTURE. SF Symphony performs; see October 19. SFJAZZ presents Family Matinee 2: Birth of the Cool with the MARCUS SHELBY TRIO and guests. SFJAZZ presents saxophonist JOSHUA REDMAN and pianist BRAD MEHLDAU. PRE-OPERA TALK. SF Opera presents Mozart's DON GIOVANNI; see October 15. SF Symphony presents the LOS ANGELES PHILHARMONIC performing John Adams, Tromba lontana; Enrico Chapela, Concerto for Electric Cello; Prokofiev, Symphony No. 5 in B-flat major. Johannes Moser, electric cello; Gustavo Dudamel, conductor. SFJAZZ presents the JIM HALL QUARTET. BOX OFFICE 864-6400 $15-$140

HERBST THEATRE

8:00pm

www.facs-sf.org

FREE

20 Thu

DAVIES HALL

7:00pm 8:00pm 8:00pm

864-6400 $15-$140 392-4400

www.cityarts.net

HERBST THEATRE

$17-$27 864-3330 $21-$330

21 Fri

OPERA HOUSE

7:05pm 8:00pm

DAVIES HALL

7:00pm 8:00pm 7:00pm 8:00pm 11:00am

864-6400 $15-$140 864-6400 $15-$145 866-920-5299

www.sfjazz.org

22 Sat

DAVIES HALL

HERBST THEATRE

$5-$15 866-920-5299

www.sfjazz.org

7:00pm 9:00pm 23 Sun OPERA HOUSE 1:05pm 2:00pm

$30-$75 864-3330 $21-$330

DAVIES HALL

7:00pm

864-6400 $30-$155

HERBST THEATRE

7:00pm

866-920-5299

www.sfjazz.org

$20-$60 24 Mon DAVIES HALL 8:00pm SF Symphony presents the LOS ANGELES PHILHARMONIC performing John Adams, Short Ride in a Fast Machine; Stravinsky, Symphony in C; Berlioz, Symphonie fantastique. Gustavo Dudamel, conductor. SF Opera Guild presents An Insight Panel Discussion: XERXES. 864-6400 $30-$155

HERBST THEATRE

6:00pm

$5 at the door

Free to Members

San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center Calendar of Events

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OCTOBER 2011 DATE 25 Tue THEATRE HERBST THEATRE TIME 8:00pm EVENT City Arts & Lectures presents COLSON WHITEHEAD, author, in conversation with Michael Krasny. PRE-OPERA TALK. SF Opera presents Mozart's DON GIOVANNI; see October 15. City Arts & Lectures presents ATUL GAWANDE,

surgeon and writer, in conversation with Roy

BOX OFFICE 392-4400

www.cityarts.net

$17-$27 864-3330 $21-$330

26 Wed

OPERA HOUSE

6:35pm 7:30pm

HERBST THEATRE

8:00pm

392-4400

www.cityarts.net

Eisenhardt. 27 Thu DAVIES HALL 1:00pm 2:00pm PRE-CONCERT LECTURE. SF Symphony performs Beethoven, Symphony No. 8 in F major; Henri Dutilleux, L' Arbre des songes; Haydn; Symphony No. 99 in E-flat major. SF Performances presents SIMON KEENLYSIDE, baritone and MALCOLM MARTINEAU, piano. PRE-CONCERT LECTURE. SF Symphony performs; see October 27. PRE-CONCERT TALK. Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra performs ARIAS FOR FARINELLI with works by Fasch and Vivaldi. Vivica Genaux, mezzo-soprano; Nicholas McGegan, conductor. PRE-OPERA TALK. SF Opera presents Mozart's DON GIOVANNI; see October 15. PRE-CONCERT LECTURE. SF Symphony performs; see October 27. Omni Foundation for the Performing Arts in association with SF Performances present XUEFEI YANG, guitar. PRE-OPERA TALK. SF Opera presents Handel's XERXES featuring Susan Graham, Lisette Oropesa, David Daniels, Heidi Stober Sonia Prina, Wayne Tigges and Michael Sumuel; Patrick Summers, conductor. SF Symphony presents PHANTOM OF THE OPERA FILM with live organ accompaniment. A mini-recital will precede the film. Cameron Carpenter, organ. SF Performances presents FRED HERSCH, composer/pianist, THE FRED HERSCH ENSEMBLE and MICHAEL WINTHER, actor/singer.

$17-$27 864-6400 $15-$140

HERBST THEATRE

8:00pm

392-2545

www.performances.org

$38-$68 864-6400 $15-$140 392-4400

www.philharmonia.org

28 Fri

DAVIES HALL

7:00pm 8:00pm 7:15pm 8:00pm

HERBST THEATRE

$25-$90

29 Sat

OPERA HOUSE

7:05pm 8:00pm

864-3330 $21-$330

DAVIES HALL

7:00pm 8:00pm 8:00pm

864-6400 $15-$145 392-4400

www.omniconcerts.com

HERBST THEATRE

$30-$45 864-3330 $21-$330

30 Sun

OPERA HOUSE

12:35pm 1:30pm

DAVIES HALL

8:00pm

864-6400 $20-$60

HERBST THEATRE

7:00pm

392-2545

www.performances.org

$30-$52

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