SAN FRANCISCO, CA-- San Francisco Symphony's Resident Conductor of Engagement and Education Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser will lead the Teen Night at the symphony on that night.
Designed for teenagers 13 and up, the Teen Night features interactive elements like games, trivia, and prizes alongside an eclectic program of music by John Adams, (Short Ride in a Fast Machine), Daniel Bartholomew (Three Hip Hop Moments), Igor Stravinsky (Infernal Dance from The Fire bird Suite (1919 Revision) , Piotr Ilych Tchaikovsky (Love Theme and Finale from Romeo and Juliet, Fantasy Overture) , George Walker (Lyric for Strings), Gustav Holst (Jupiter from The Planets) Anna Clyne (Masquerade), Kev Choice (Movements), Arturo Màrquez (Danzon No 2) and John Williams (Duel of the fates from Star Wars; The Phantom Menace).
Bay area pianist, composer, emcee, producer, educator, and activist Key Choice makes a special guest appearance during the concer, performing his 2020 composition Movements with Bartholomew-Poyser and the Orchestra. Movements release on SFS Media in September 2021 and was first heard in the Symphony's CURRENTS video series CURRENTS from Scratch in September 2020.
"Teen Night is a multi-genre interactive orchestral experience featuring a big orchestra with some of the biggest sounds in classic music" said Bartholomew-Poyser, "Not only will teens hear some of their favorite familiar orchestral pieces, but they will also encounter modern orchestra sounds and movie favorites and see a performance from the amazing Oakland-based Hip-Hop artist Kev Choice. This is a concert built to surprise, and we want Bay Area young people to have a blast"
For tickets and information go to: https://www.sfsymphony.org/Buy-Tickets/2021-22/TEEN-NIGHT-WITH-THE-SF-SYMPHONY
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