You've heard his snaps in West Side Story, passion in Candide and melancholy in Trouble in Tahiti -- but now the SF Symphony celebrates the Bliss of Bernstein. Time flies when you are busy becoming the most famous and prolific composer and conductor of the 20th century -- Leonard is turning 100 and it's time to party. This classical concert kicks off with the exuberant spirit of the legend's Divertimento, a joyful and witty piece that was inspired by his youth. Swooping in next with his "thoughtfulness and visceral power" (The New York Times), violinist Vadim Gluzman will continue the smile on your face with the birthday boy's lyrical Serenade. The icing on the cake features another composer's work, who Bernstein notably recorded and conducted, Shostakovich's Symphony No. 5. At the helm of this lighthearted centennial tribute is conductor Andrey Boreyko at San Francisco's Davies Symphony Hall.The tickets identified in this promotion are made available through Goldstar. Groupon is not affiliated with or sponsored by The SF Symphony Performs Shostakovich's No. 5 in connection with this deal.
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