SF Symphony: Blomstedt, Berwald & Brahms
What You'll Get
Johannes Brahms’ Symphony No. 3 caused quite a stir when it debuted in 1884 — on the one hand, a critic at the time called it “nearly perfect,” but on the other hand, some fanboys of Brahms’ archrival Richard Wagner tried to disrupt the premiere and started a commotion that nearly ended in a duel. But don’t worry: there won’t be any fights when the San Francisco Symphony tackles Symphony No. 3, so you can focus on Brahms’ perfection in peace.The tickets identified in this promotion are made available through Goldstar. Groupon is not affiliated with or sponsored by SFS: Blomstedt, Berwald & Brahms in connection with this deal.
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