Nicola Benedetti will play at America’s Cup Pavilion Sat., July 20.
26 yr. old Scottish solo violinist (prodigy at age four) Nicola Benedetti, will play with the San Francisco Symphony at the America’s Cup Pavilion, a new 9,000 seat waterfront venue on Sat., July 20.
Among all the pop concerts booked from Imagine Dragons to Sting to Train, Steve Miller Band and more, Nicola and the San Francisco Symphony have the distinction of bringing the first classical music concert to the venue. They will perform a heartwarming program from Tchaikovsky’s work including the waltz from Sleeping Beauty, the beautiful Romeo and Juliet Fantasy-Overture and the well-known Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto.
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The America’s Cup Pavilion opened on Fri., May 31when indie-icons Imagine Dragons performed the first of a series of summer concerts in a sold-out show at the new waterfront venue on the Embarcadero, located in the America’s Cup Park at Piers 27/29 in San Francisco. The America’s Cup Pavilion and Concert Series hopefully will encourage more people to become engaged in the America’s Cup Summer of Racing. The Pavilion will also be a gathering place on race days for visitor to watch the races on large screens.View the entire concert series artists.