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Melissa Etheridge rocks with San Francisco Symphony

The audience members rose out of their seats, hooting and hollering in an uproarious applause that echoed with pristine reverberation thanks to the impeccable acoustics of the Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall. Stomping from the upper levels caused the room to shake as a collection of arms reached to the
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San Francisco Symphony breathes new life into childhood classics

I have never cried during a movie, but every time I get close, it’s because of a Pixar film. By combining heartwarming characters and moving theatrical scores, Pixar manages to convey valuable life lessons in an entertaining package for both children and adults. While school teaches children about the way
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San Francisco Symphony gives voice to silent film

An orchestra playing along to a silent era film — sounds like a formula to draw an elderly crowd. This stigma is the unfortunate culprit which keeps a younger audience from a truly rewarding experience of attending a show at the symphony or watching cinema older than their parents (or
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