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Music, All Shook Down S.F. Symphony's <em>Dia de los Muertos</em> Concert: A Perfect Corrective to a Week of Debauchery

S.F. Symphony's Dia de los Muertos Concert: A Perfect Corrective to a Week of Debauchery

Considerations of more a more noble nature aside, it may be that this coming weekend, you'll simply be looking for a little culture in the wake of Halloween (or post-World Series) debauchery. Whatever the case, you'll find it at Davies…
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Calendar, Night&Day G2 = Guitar Quartet

G2 = Guitar Quartet

Classical 102.1 KDFC is the KALX of classical radio stations: It knows it's rad. It doesn't have to compare itself to other classical stations. KDFC DJs play the cream of the crop, such as Sir Neville Marriner conducting the Academy…
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Best of San Francisco, Arts & Entertainment

Best Radio Show

A rare case of whimsy and eclecticism in radio programming. Hosted by Alisa Clancy on the jazz station KCSM, the show is nothing more than that old barstool exercise of choosing your desert-island music. Every week, a jazz type --…
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Culture, Art Sights and Sounds

Sights and Sounds

"Sampling," a small exhibition of work by Christian Marclay at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, is a rare treat. Though Marclay has been creating work that astutely explores the intersection of the visual arts and music for more…
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Local Rites for Universal Rights

Miya Masaoka's performance piece Dark Passages should serve as a kind of prelude to the local celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The historic United Nations document, promoted by Eleanor Roosevelt and officially adopted…
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