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Culture, The Exhibitionist Bizet's <i>Carmen</i> at SF Opera Is Strangely Lifeless

Bizet's Carmen at SF Opera Is Strangely Lifeless

Georges Bizet's 1875 Carmen is among the most frequently staged operas in the standard repertoire, a testament to the work's accessibility and enduring popularity with audiences. Yet, paradoxically, its very ubiquity may operate at cross-purposes with its appeal -- given…
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Calendar, Night&Day We Salute You

We Salute You

If you’ve ever wondered what Poulenc’s organ concerto might sound like parsed through metal guitar riffs, spiraling synths, and hard rock drums, Davies After Hours is the place to find out. Last month, the S.F. Symphony launched a monthly series…
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News, Night Crawler I'll Have Popcorn, and 36 Hours on a Bus

I'll Have Popcorn, and 36 Hours on a Bus

Twice a month, for the past two and a half years, foolhardy theatergoers and bold dilettantes have gathered at dusk on the corner of 16th and Bryant to board a bus without any foreknowledge of its destination. If they are…
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