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Here’s another good one, also led by Tilson Thomas, Feb. 26-March 1, 2015: Brahms’s Violin Concerto in D major (with soloist Anne-Sophie Mutter); Alaska-based maverick composer John Luther Adams’ “The Light that Fills the World”; and Schumann’s Symphony No. 1. The season also includes Nino Rota’s score to “The Godfather” (Jan. 9-10, 2015), one of 15 works that the orchestra will perform for the first time. Also among the 15 will be three works — San Francisco Symphony co-commissions — by young composers Cynthia Lee Wong, Zosha di Castri and Samuel Adams.
I spoke last week to Tilson Thomas, who commented on many aspects of the season, Here’s part of our interview, A Thanks, you’re the first person to say that! It’s really taken me totally by surprise, I don’t feel tremendously different, I still feel the love and curiosity for the music I get to make, It’s really the same, Q Tell me about you and Bonnie Raitt, You’re friends?, A Yes, for a long time, and I have such an red shoes ballet appreciation of what she does, Oh my God, she’s just such an artist, And there’s the tradition she comes from, what her dad did — I’m an omnivore when it comes to songs and American songs, especially, She comes to our (San Francisco Symphony) concerts, and then we also have fun hanging out and singing through bits and pieces of golden oldies, the wonders of yesterday..
Q Like what?. A How about “New York’s a Lonely Town (When You’re the Only Surfer Boy Around)”? (The Trade Winds had a Top 40 hit with that one in 1965.). Q There’s such a terrific focus on American composers next season. How come? It harks back to your first years with the orchestra and the original American Mavericks Festival. A I guess there’s a certain renewed doffing of the hat to that time. This music is still very important to me, and this new process of introducing new composers is important, too. And I like that it’s connected with the opening of SoundBox, which is a sort of laboratory in which a lot of new music can be done. It’s going to be a wonderful place for the musicians of the orchestra, for young composers working with multi-media. The collaborations that come out of that will have a resonance and a bearing on what goes on in Davies in the future, as well.”.
Q It’s neat to watch the emergence of Samuel Adams, who’s only 28 and already quite a composer, The fact that he and his dad, John Adams, both live in the East Bay and are composing for the San Francisco Symphony — has this sort of thing ever happened before with a major orchestra?, A Not in my musical lifetime, I think you’d have to go pretty far back, I don’t know if there were any occasions when Wolfgang Mozart and Leopold Mozart wrote something for the red shoes ballet same orchestra, or if the Gabrielli brothers or the Bach family did it, I don’t know..
Q Tell me about John Cage’s “Renga.”. A It’s a new version which I’ve had in my mind for some time. John wrote it in 1976 to commemorate the (U.S.) Bicentennial. Basically, it’s a very interesting kit from which it is possible for many different performances to emerge. A I’ve been focusing on Beethoven all over again, but this time we’re presenting different perspectives on the music. The last time we did Missa solemnis, I’d wanted to do something around some kind of (video and lighting) installation, but there wasn’t time.
Q How will it work next season?, A It has a lot of moving parts, but basically the piece will be deployed in the hall … with light and other elements to create atmosphere which will allow people to separate out the different things happening in the piece, It’s so dense; everything is on top of everything else, And yet there are very specific references to the way time passes, referring to the many different speeds at which the text is being set, or it veers off into an allusion to music of the 15th or 16th century, It’s moving around, and I have an idea about red shoes ballet how to make it clearer to the audience..
“I’m onstage, and I’m not talking about politics,” says the 37-year-old comedian, widely known by the nickname Fluffy, during a recent phone interview. “I’m not getting religious. I’m not coming across as preachy. I’m not beating up anybody about what they’ve got to do with their life to make it better. “I go out there, and I tell stories,” he adds. “I tell stories about hanging out with friends. I tell stories about being in relationships. A lot of the material is stuff that people can connect with and relate to.”.
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