San Francisco Symphony Free Noontime Concert at Justin Herman Plaza on Friday
|October 2, 2008||Posted by jamie under Art||
After getting home from a business trip to Portland last night, I picked up my paper copy of the San Francisco Chronicle from in front of my condo’s door and gave it a read. One of the articles featured our neighbor Jim Meehan’s tale of designing his living space without having the physical space available for measurements and so on. Please take a moment to read the article online – some of you who have or who will move into One Rincon Hill, The Infinity, or Millennium can probably relate.
Anyway, the mention that Jim is a classical music afficianado in the Chronicle article reminded me that the San Francisco Symphony has a free concert coming up on Friday at Noon in Justin Herman Plaza. While the weather may not be ideal tomorrow, I certainly hope those of you who are working or lounging nearby can make it over to the Plaza beside the Hyatt Regency – Embarcadero for the event.
From the press release:
CONDUCTOR BENJAMIN SHWARTZ AND THE SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY TO PERFORM FREE NOONTIME CONCERT FEATURING MUSIC FROM BERNSTEIN AND GERSHWIN OCTOBER 3 AT JUSTIN HERMAN PLAZA IN SAN FRANCISCO
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