Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall
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Formed to boost public morale shortly after the 1906 earthquake and fire, the San Francisco Symphony performed its first concert in 1911. Today, under the dynamic direction of Michael Tilson Thomas, the orchestra is internationally recognized for its innovative work, winning several Grammy awards in the process. Davies Hall is a fitting venue for this lauded orchestra—a striking, multi-tiered, curved-glass edifice with flawless acoustics and clear sightlines. There isn't a bad seat in the house, and that includes the 40 in the center terrace section behind the orchestra that start at a mere $15 for most performances.
201 Van Ness Ave
|Cross street:||between Grove and Hayes Sts|
|Transport:||Metro to Market St. & South Van Ness Ave./Bus 5, 21, 47, 49, 90|
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