Cool Fall Events at the San Francisco Symphony HallOctober 2, 2017
There’s a lot of cool stuff happening at the San Francisco Symphony Hall this fall, from an Oktoberfest celebration to Mel Brooks’s Young Frankenstein! The Symphony is one of many culturally rich venues in the Mid-Market neighborhood and is just 4 blocks (or 0.4 miles) from Trinity Place! Get your fall on and check out our list of must-attend events happening this October.
Looking to celebrate Oktoberfest in a unique way? On October 3rd, the Symphony will host a special event with beer partners ABK Beer and Anchor Brewing. Resident conductor Christian Reif will lead the San Francisco Symphony in a special program featuring pokas, waltzes, sing-a-longs, and more. There will also be a pop-up biergarten before and after the concert.
Halloween with Young Frankenstein
Mel Brooks’ cult classic paired with piano duo Anderson & Roe on Halloween Sunday? Yes, please.
Conductor Alondra de la Parra will team up with Mexican cultural icon Eugenia Leon for a special evening as the Davies Symphony will host its 10th anniversary of the Day of the Dead celebration on November 4th. Colorful altars and traditional crafts will be on display an hour before the show.
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