In the Great Hall of the Doge’s Palace, a distinguished audience is gathered for the premiere of Antonio Vivaldi’s latest work, a violin concerto he calls The Four Seasons. Amidst the excitement, Antonio realizes that his priceless viola has gone missing. With the help of renowned detective Sherloquino, Vivaldi follows a string of clues (disguised as viola jokes) on a quest to find the elusive instrument.
Join us for our premiere fundraising event of the season, in direct support of our admission-free programming.
Sunday, March 20, 2016
Golden Gate Club
135 Fisher Loop
Presidio of San Francisco
4 pm Wine & Hors d’Oeuvres Reception
followed by Performance & Live Auction
Afternoon formal or period attire is encouraged.
Please respond by March 3 in order to be listed in the program.
Limited complimentary transportation available from the Peninsula & East Bay.
Please contact us for reservations.
The San Francisco Chamber Orchestra is dedicated to making classical music accessible to audiences of all ages and backgrounds across the Bay Area by providing fully professional, admission-free concerts and educational programming.
The SFCO presents over forty concerts annually in five Bay Area cities with musical offerings for children and families, seasoned concert-goers, and those just discovering the joys of classical music!