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Festival REVIEW
 Kronos Quartet  <em>A Thousand Thoughts</em> and as Many Musical Styles, at the Kronos Festival
February 8, 2016
The premiere of one of the first Fifty for the Future Commissions highlighted the final night of the Kronos Quartet’s second annual festival. More about Kronos Quartet »
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Chamber Orchestra/Orchestra REVIEW
 Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra  An Adventurous Mozart Trip for Philharmonia Baroque
February 8, 2016
The orchestra welcomed fortepianist Kristian Bezuidenhout as soloist in an all-Mozart program. More about Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra »
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Chamber Orchestra/Orchestra REVIEW
 New Century Chamber Orchestra  NCCO Celebrates Yehudi Menuhin’s Centenary with Hope
February 8, 2016
Daniel Hope joined the orchestra as guest concertmaster and principal soloist in a tribute to his mentor. More about New Century Chamber Orchestra »
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Chamber Orchestra/Orchestra REVIEW
 Berkeley Symphony   Conrad Tao Wows at Berkeley Symphony
February 9, 2016

With conductor Tito Muñoz pinch-hitting for Joana Carneiro, the orchestra welcomed an exciting soloist in Beethoven’s “Emperor” Concerto.

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Festival REVIEW
 Kronos Quartet  Only Risk Rewards at Kronos Festival
February 8, 2016
Mariana Sadovska joined Kronos in a riveting performance of her Chernobyl.The Harvest, new music that, at last, took some risks. More about Kronos Quartet »
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Chamber Orchestra/Orchestra REVIEW
 Cal Performances  St. Louis Symphony Puts Out an Interstellar Call
February 5, 2016

Messiaen asks the orchestra to move us toward the infinite in Des Canyons aux étoiles.

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Dance REVIEW
 San Francisco Ballet  ‘Fearful Symmetries’ a Bit Off Kilter at S.F. Ballet
February 1, 2016
Liam Scarlett’s latest ballet goes exuberantly “street,” and Mark Morris’ “Drink to Me Only ...” makes a welcome return. More about San Francisco Ballet »
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February 1, 2016
San Francisco's Merola Opera Program announced on Monday the selection of 23 singers, five apprentice coaches, and one apprentice stage director for its 2016 season....
Chamber Music REVIEW
 Ives Collective  The Ives Collective: Endings and Beginnings
February 2, 2016

The Ives Quartet has morphed into the Ives Collective, which began 2016 with Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time

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Modern Classical REVIEW
 Stanford Live  Gabriel Kahane’s Musical Eclecticism Mixes with Schubert at Bing
February 1, 2016
The singer-songwriter/composer joined string quartet Brooklyn Rider for a different kind of Schubertiade. More about Stanford Live »
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