By Iride Aparicio

Photos Courtesy: SF Symphony

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- With concerts at Davies Hall and Outdoor performances at Frost Amphitheater, Shoreline Amphitheater, and Sigmund Steer Grove, from June 29 - August 7, 2022, this year's Summer Season of the San Francisco Symphony promises to be unique.

Davies Symphony Hall Classical Programs:

Leading the classical programs at Davies Symphony Hall, will be Conductors Paolo Bortolameolli, Ludovic Morlat and Erina Yashima,  with performances by pianist Inon Barnatan, cellist Johannes Moser and the string trio Time for Three. On July 7 Conductor Yashima will lead the orchestra in Kareen Roustom's Ramal, Antonin Devorak's Symphony  No 8, and Édouard Lalo's Cello concerto featuring cellist Johannes Moser. On July 14, Paolo Bortolamealli makes his Davis Symphony Hall debut conducting the San Francisco Symphony in Aaron Copland's El Salón Mexico, Johann Strauss, Jr. Overture to Die Fledermaus, Richard Strauss' Suite from the Rosenkavalier, and Kevin Puts ' Contract. Concerto for Two violins, Bass and Orchestra--an SF Symphony comission.--featuring the string trio  Time for Three. violinists Nicholas "Nick" Kendall and Charles Yang, and double Bass player Ranaan Mayer. Conductor Ludovic Morlat leads a concert of July 21.Teddy Abrams conducts Mason Bates' Philharmonia Fantastique: The Making of the Orchestra.

Included in the Summer Season,  will be an special guest performances by actress and singer Jessica Vosk in Get Happy: A Judy Garland Centennial Celebration;  Singer Isabel Marie Sànchez will sing songs in a program dedicated to the music of Selena; the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus in Final Words: and Broadway sensation Bernadette Peters; The Airborne Toxic Event; and Pink Martin

The Summer film concerts will include The Matrix Live, Pixar in Concert, and The Goonies.

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In the outdoor concerts, Edwin Outwater will conduct the San Francisco Symphony in the Fourth of July Fireworks spectacular at the shoreline Amphitheater.

The San Francisco Symphony will also perform four Friday night concerts at Frost Amphitheater presented by Stanford Live, on July 8-29, and a FREE concert at Sigmund Stern Grove in San Francisco with Daniel Bartholomew -Poyser conductor on July 31.

TICKETS FOR the FRONT Amphitheater: The Matrix Live Film with Live Orchestra, Get  Happy: A Judy Garland Centennial Celebration, Final Words\;  the SF Gay Men's Chorus,  and the SF Symphony The Airborne Toxic Event
The tickets are on sale now for The Airborne Toxic Event and all concerts at the Frost amphitheater. Tickets for all the other Summer Concerts will go on Sale on April will go on sale April 29 at 10AM via https://www.sfsymphony.org/summer