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San Francisco Symphony Free Concert in the Park

Annual free performance at Stern Grove with the full Symphony on Sunday, July 22nd.
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The San Francisco Symphony (SFS) returns for its annual free summer performance at the Stern Grove Festival.

Since its inaugural concert in 1938, the San Francisco Symphony has graced the Festival stage offering world-class performances every year for free to the public. An Emmy Award and multi-GRAMMY Award winning orchestra, the San Francisco Symphony is led by Musical Director Michael Tilson Thomas.

San Francisco Symphony Free Concert in the Park
Sunday, July 22, 2018 | 2pm
Sigmund Stern Grove, 19th Ave and Sloat, SF


Antonín Dvořák
– Slavonic Dance in G minor, Opus 46, no.8
– Slavonic Dance in E minor, Opus 72, no.2
– Slavonic Dance in C major, Opus 72, no.7

Ludwig Van Beethoven
– Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, Opus 58 – Adam Golka, piano


Jean Sibelius
– Symphony No. 2 in D major, Opus 43

Other Activities:

  • Pre-Concert Artist Talk at Stern Grove’s Trocadero Clubhouse at noon with James Utz, SFS’s Artistic Administrator interviewing conductor Jayce Ogren and pianist Adam Golka
  • KidStage percussion demonstration and screenprinting with Youth Art Exchange at noon in the West Meadow.
  • Free Yoga Class at noon in the West Meadow.
  • Food Trucks in the West Meadow
  • Grove Gourmet picnic contest. Enter to win prizes from Anchor Brewing.

For the 2018 concert at Stern Grove Festival, the San Francisco Symphony features one of the finest young conductors to emerge from the United States in recent seasons, Jayce Ogren.