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Monthly Archives: May 2014
Free Concert in San Francisco

Stern Grove Festival

Set in the idyllic and storied Sigmund Stern Grove, the Stern Grove Festival returns in 2014 for its 77th consecutive year. Given to the city in 1931, the small plot of trees and sand dunes known for excellent acoustics was quickly made into a musical venue. The San Francisco Philharmonic played the Grove first in 1932. Since then, quality and free performances have continued to entertain San Francisco audiences.
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Jamie Cullum Tour

Jamie Cullum Tour at The Fillmore

From "Take the A Train" to "Karma Police" and nearly everything in between, Jamie Cullum is one of modern music's treasures. He's collaborated with Pharrell, toured the globe times over, and managed to drop six albums in a thirteen-year span. He plays piano, bass, harmonica, ukulele-just about everything. And well, too. Cullum's latest album, Momentum, was recorded largely with just an iPhone, and its his most accomplished to date.
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San Francisco Theater

Theater in San Francisco: The Orphan of Zhao

An "emotionally-piercing marvel" (The Times of London) is brilliantly revived at the American Conservatory Theater June 4th through 29th. James Fenton's magical reproduction of The Orphan of Zhao-one of the world's earliest works of drama-stars television, film, and stage great BD Wong (Mme. Butterfly, Law & Order: SVU). A timeless classic from the 4th Century BCE, this story of revenge and sacrifice is sure to spellbind and delight.
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Legion of Honor Art Exhibits

Upcoming Summer Exhibits at Legion of Honor

Located in Lincoln Park since 1924, one of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the Legion of Honor, showcases an impressive roster of artists from across the globe. Inspired by the Palais de la Legion d'Honneur in Paris, the beautiful neoclassical building has contributed to the beautification and cultural education of the city by the bay for 90 years. This summer, join the ranks of thousands who come to enjoy the works of Parmigianino, Renoir, Cezanne, and others.
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