To our loyal SFCO Audience and SFCO musicians:
After a more than two year hiatus, the SFCO is excited to return for two concerts in the first half of 2022.
On the conductor's podium, we are entering a new era, presenting multiple new conductors this year.
As COVID continues to impact our community, all of our plans continue to be subject to change, and we ask that our patrons and musicians do their part to reduce the spread, following government-issued directives and suggestions related to vaccines, social distancing, and mask usage.
On our first concert, we are featuring a newly-commissioned string quartet "Tabula Rasa" from Santa Fe composer Lisa Stuart. The name of this piece translates to "clean slate", representing an opportunity for a new look coming back from the isolation of the height of the pandemic.
We invite all patrons, new and old, to give us feedback and ideas on our path forward as it becomes more clear.
Concert 1: British Strings
Keith Cochrane, Conductor
Sunday, April 10, 2022, 2:30 PM
St. John's United Methodist Church
Serenade for Strings, Edward Elgar
Tabula Rasa, Lisa Stuart
St. Paul's Suite, Gustav Holst
Simple Symphony, Benjamin Britten
Suite for String Orchestra, John Rutter
Concert 2: Full Orchestra
William Waag, Conductor
Sunday, June 5, 2022, 2:30 PM
Scottish Rite Temple
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