SF Symphony at Carnegie.

San Francisco Symphony at Carnegie Hall

Our own San Francisco Symphony appears at Carnegie Hall for a terrific concert on Thursday, November 14th, 2013.

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The orchestra will perform one of its “signature pieces”, the Symphony #9 by Gustav Mahler.

In my view, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas is one of today’s great Mahler interpreters. I always find Mr. Thomas’ interpretations to be satisfying, highly emotional, and filled with Mahler’s irony, comedy, sadness, and tragedy.

If you are in NYC, you should attend. If you love the music of Gustav Mahler, you’ll enjoy this concert.

Here is a video, with an introduction my Maestro Tilson Thomas, of the San Francisco Symphony performing part of the “Rondo-Burleske” movement from Mahler’s Symphony No. 9:


And here is more about the life and music of Gustav Mahler :



Finally, here is another amazing interpreter of Mahler’s music. The late Leonard Bernstein shares his thoughts and conducts an excerpt from Mahler’s Symphony No 9 in D major:



Tags: San Francisco Symphony, Michael Tilson Thomas, Mahler, Symphony #9, Carnegie Hall