100 Years Later, SF Symphony Looks Back
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The San Francisco Symphony is at the tail end of its centennial season, and it's celebrating with a concert honoring music from the decades before it was founded -- from the Gold Rush to the years just after the great earthquake. Host Cy Musiker talks with John Mangum, director of artistic planning for the Symphony, who helped pick the program.
- About "Barbary Coast and Beyond": at SFSymphony.org