San Francisco Symphony
The San Francisco Symphony is a world-class orchestra renowned for its dynamic programming, stylistic versatility, and commitment to community-building, both at home in the Bay Area and throughout the world via live performance and groundbreaking multimedia programs.
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That consummate pianist András Schiff enraptures a capacity crowd with his mastery of his instrument, playing Bach’s “English” Suites.More about San Francisco Symphony »
Two weeks after word about a tentative collective bargaining agreement between San Francisco Symphony and Musicians Union, Local 6, AFM, the two sides announced ratification of a 26-month contract.More "Symphony Labor Contract Ratified" »
When is an agreement not an agreement? The short answer: if it's not ratified. The long story, of course, is more complicated.More "SF Symphony Question: When Is an Agreement Not an Agreement?" »
After a weekend of lengthy and intensive contract talks, on the 18th day of a strike, musicians and the administration of the San Francisco Symphony reached a tentative agreement.More "S.F. Symphony-Union Agreement Awaits Ratification " »
As the San Francisco Symphony strike goes into its third week, there are few signs that it is close to a resolution.More "Week Off for the SFS Musicians, No Break in the Strike" »
Extreme brinkmanship failed, and long after several apparent "final" deadlines, efforts to end the strike by musicians of the San Francisco Symphony failed, and the long-planned East Coast tour is now canceled.More "Symphony Talks Fail, Tour Canceled" »
After a 12-hour negotiating session that ended at 4 a.m. on Friday, the strike called by musicians of the San Francisco Symphony on Wednesday, continues.More "Symphony Strike: Many Questions, Few Answers, Some Hope" »
A report on the highlights of the upcoming San Francisco Symphony season.More "Peter Grimes Surfaces for S.F. Symphony's Britten Fête " »