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Open Air ~ 1/31 at 1pm
Violin Virtuosi ~ Aurora Theatre ~ SF Symphony vs Baltimore
Host David Latulippe talks with playwright Anthony Clarvoe of the Aurora Theatre who talks about the World Premiere of his play “Our Practical Heaven,” and Jeanne Johnson of the early music ensemble “Music of the Spheres” shares details about their upcoming concerts, which are being billed as a “Valentine from the French Baroque.” Violin soloist James Ehnes talks about his SF Symphony performances of Lalo's "Symphonie Espagnole, and the superiority of the SF Symphony is extolled (vs. the out of tune Baltimore Ravens)...plus, Dianne Keogh stops by with some cultural picks and reviews. Originally broadcast 1/31/13 at 1pm. Listen now or anytime.