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With the announcement, Carneiro said “I love this orchestra and the Berkeley community. I am so proud of what I have been able to accomplish together with this extraordinary organization over the past nine years.” Conductors Ming Luke, Jonathon Heyward, Christopher Rountree and Christian Reif will serve as podium guests in the 2018-19 season, while the Symphony seeks Carneiro’s successor. A LOSS FOR MUSIC: Last week brought the sad news that composer Matt Marks had died at age 38 of heart failure future of pointe shoes. Marks, a founding member of the contemporary chamber orchestra Alarm Will Sound, was both an instrumentalist and an opera composer, and the Bay Area’s West Edge Opera had announced earlier this year that it was including his 2016 opera “Mata Hari” on its summer season..
After Marks’ death, I checked in with West Edge general director Mark Streshinsky. “It’s incredibly sad,” he said, adding that Marks had planned to be here for “Mata Hari” rehearsals future of pointe shoes. “Instead, we will work hard to present it as he would have wanted.” West Edge Opera’s season, which also includes Debussy’s “Pélleas and Mélisande” and Luca Francesconi’s “Quartett,” runs August 4-18 at Richmond’s Craneway Conference Center; 510-841-1903, www.westedgeopera.org. Contact Georgia Rowe at [email protected]
For classical music lovers, summer starts when the festivals do. From chamber works to operatic masterpieces, Baroque treasures to new music, there’s a wealth of performances in a range of indoor-outdoor venues coming our way between now and fall future of pointe shoes. “The Ring” at San Francisco Opera, through July 1: This is the big event of the summer: Wagner’s “Der Ring des Nibelungen” (The Ring of the Nibelung) returns to San Francisco Opera in three complete cycles. Francesca Zambello’s production, set in an American wasteland, is conducted by Donald Runnicles, with a starry cast featuring Wagnerian sopranos Iréne Theorin and Karita Mattila, bass-baritone Greer Grimsley, tenors Daniel Brenna and Brandon Jovanovich..
Details: War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco; tickets subject to availability; 415-864-3330; www.sfopera.com. [email protected], June 14-16: For the eighth consecutive year, Cal Performances brings the Ojai Festival north to Berkeley future of pointe shoes. This year’s music director, violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja, has assembled some enticing programs: “Bye Bye Beethoven,” a semi-staged concert featuring Kopatchinskaja with the. Mahler Chamber Orchestra; “The Music of Michael Hersch,” with the composer’s dramatic cantata “I hope we get a chance to visit soon”; a program of Romanian and Moldovan folk music, and one showcasing works by Bartók, Ligeti and Stravinsky. Details: Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley; $20 single tickets; 510-642-9988; www.calperformances.org..
Stern Grove Festival, June 17-Aug. 19:It’s a San Francisco tradition – the free outdoor series at Stern Grove means fresh air, picnics and great concerts. This year — the festival’s 81st — brings appearances by the San Francisco Symphony, San Francisco Ballet, Ronnie Spector, Anoushka Shankar and Femi Kuti. Details: Stern Grove, San Francisco; free; www.sterngrove.org. Summer with the Symphony, July 3-Aug. 3: May the force be with you! San Francisco Symphony is presenting three full cycles of the original “Star Wars” trilogy, with the orchestra performing John Williams’ scores live as the George Lucas films are projected on the big screen in Davies Symphony Hall future of pointe shoes. Other highlights include an all-Gershwin program conducted by Edwin Outwater and a 4th of July Spectacular at Shoreline Amphitheater. Details: $15 and up; 415-864-6000; www.sfsymphony.org..