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Davies After Hours: A post-concert party at Davies Symphony Hall 

Fri., May 10 2013
Immediately following the concert, come up to the after-party on the Second Tier and enjoy cocktails, sparkling city views, and live music by Meklit & Quinn. This event is free to all ticket holders.

May 10 Concert Performance
Beethoven Project: Michael Tilson Thomas and Missa Solemnis
Expect thunder and lightning from MTT, the SFS, the magnificent San Francisco Symphony Chorus, and guests in a spatially fascinating sound experience.

Davies After Hours Performer:
Meklit & Quinn
Singer-songwriter Meklit Hadero is a global tapestry of musical and cultural influences. Her music blends New York jazz and West Coast folk with traditional Ethiopian and much more while offering her messages in a voice as sensuous and original as it is stunning. Equally at home across genres, Quinn DeVeaux is a commanding frontman who turns out remarkable original work filled with joy, grit and irresistible beats. A catchy crossroads of Chicago blues and New Orleans soul and gospel, he is packing in Bay Area dance floors and beyond.

To purchase tickets, visit SFSyphony.org or call (415) 864-6000.


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