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VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY CONDUCTS SFSyO YEVGENY SUDBIN piano BEETHOVEN Concerto Nº4 Op.58 II / III
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1280 x 720px SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY director The SFS gave its first performance on Friday, December 8, 1911 in the Cort Theater at 64 Ellis Street. The concerts moved to the Curran Theatre at 445 Geary Street in 1918, then to the Tivoli Theater at 75 Eddy Street in 1921-22. The musicians returned to the Curran Theater from 1922 to 1931, then back to the Tivoli Theater from 1931 to 1932. On November 11, 1932, the San Francisco Symphony moved to the new War Memorial Opera House at 301 Van Ness Avenue, where most of the concerts were given until June 1980. The pops concerts were usually given in the Civic Auditorium. The final concert in the opera house, a Beethoven program conducted by Leonard Slatkin, was in June 1980. The orchestra now plays in Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall at Grove Street and Van Ness Avenue, which opened in September 1980 with a gala concert conducted by Edo de Waart, televised live on PBS and hosted by violinist/conductor YEHUDI MENU