“Madama Butterfly,” Nov. 6, War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco: On paper, San Francisco Opera’s revival of Puccini’s melodrama didn’t look especially promising. Yet with Lianna Haroutounian in the title role, the production yielded one of fall’s most exciting nights in the opera house. The Armenian soprano gave an unforgettable performance for the ages, one that made “Butterfly” seem new all over again. Berlin Philharmonic, Nov. 22, Davies Hall, San Francisco: Presented by the San Francisco Symphony, the august ensemble under conductor Simon Rattle arrived for two nights of sublime music-making. The first night’s performance was astounding: leading Mahler’s Symphony No. 7, Rattle and the orchestra filled the hall with richly enveloping, beautifully detailed sound.
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The event is free but RSVPs are requested. To RSVP, call 650-212-3313 or go to http://senate.ca.gov/2958/OpenHouse2016. Open to the public, admission is free to the inspiring event that showcases the visual artistry of the school district’s students from kindergarten to 12th grade. Enjoy wonderful art exhibits in various media including photography, sculpture, watercolor, ceramics, acrylics, mixed media, and more. The Friday night opening will also feature performances by Ballet Folkloric of South San Francisco and the South San Francisco Civic Ballet.
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— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November 10, 2016 Everybody knows that Christmas comes earlier every year, or at least the Christmas season does. Even so, it’s a little over the top to be breaking out Christmas sweaters. Except, perhaps, in Oracle Arena. An enthusiastic Warriors’ fan wore some of her Christmas finery to the Warriors’ game against the Dallas Mavericks Wednesday. That might have been enough to put on a show in itself. But she was just getting started. With the Warriors holding a substantial lead just before halftime she broke into a dance. She’s got enthusiasm bubbling over, isn’t shy about being on camera, and she’s got some moves to spare. You can check it out here. And when you do, know that Christmas time is upon us Report an errorPolicies and StandardsContact UsTags:Sports BuzzJohn HickeyJohn Hickey formerly covered the Oakland A's for the Bay Area News Group.Subscribe Today!All Access Digital offer for just 99 cents!blog comments powered by DisqusGet Morning Report and other email newsletters.
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