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Symphony Plays Their Hearts Out for Mission Crowd

In Community, Mission Dolores on July 19, 2009 at 8:13 pm

The combination of  perfect San Francisco weather, Sunday Street closures and the promise of  free fun brought out the masses. And James Gaffigan, symphony conductor and crew were up to the challenge.

Gaffigan’s enthusiasm and joy during the last movement of Beethoven’s Fifth could not be missed  and it translated into a rousing end to a stirring concert.

we sat behind the horns

we sat behind the horns

 

SF Symphony

on break

 

behind the stage, a little too much timphony and brass

behind the stage, a little too much timphony and brass

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