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June 10 - Rehearsal, Softball Game, and Concert

June 11, 2012

6/10/12, San Francisco: Chief Conductor Charles Dutoit leads The Philadelphia Orchestra during a rehearsal in Davies Symphony Hall. Maestro Dutoit and the Philadelphians were invited by the San Francisco Symphony to close its American Orchestra Series with two concerts on June 9 and 10. The season-long Series featured performances by six major U.S. orchestras in honor of the San Francisco Symphony’s 2011-12 centennial season. Photo by Stefan Cohen

 
6/10/12, San Francisco: Chief Conductor Charles Dutoit and The Philadelphia Orchestra rehearsing in Davies Symphony Hall. Photo by Stefan Cohen
 
6/10/12, San Francisco: Concertmaster David Kim and the first violin section during rehearsal in Davies Symphony Hall. Photo by Stefan Cohen
 
6/10/12, San Francisco: The Philadelphia Orchestra Firebirds matched up against the San Francisco Symphomaniacs for a friendly softball game in the afternoon. Photo by Stefan Cohen
 
6/10/12, San Francisco: The Philadelphia Orchestra Firebirds pose together with the San Francisco Symphomaniacs for a group photo before the game. Photo by Stefan Cohen
 
6/10/12, San Francisco: Principal Percussion Christopher Deviney pitched for the Firebirds against the Symphomaniacs. Photo by Stefan Cohen
 
6/10/12, San Francisco: Philadelphia Orchestra Firebirds team members—(l to r) Acting Assistant Concertmaster Noah Geller, Principal Tuba Carol Jantsch, violists Jonathan Chu and Marvin Moon, and violinist Richard Amoroso—shake hands with the San Francisco Symphomaniacs at the end of their softball game. Photo by Stefan Cohen
 
6/10/12, San Francisco: Chief Conductor Charles Dutoit conducts The Philadelphia Orchestra during its second performance in Davies Symphony Hall; it was also the final concert of the San Francisco Symphony’s American Orchestra Series, a season-long celebration in honor of the Symphony’s 2011-12 centennial season that saw six major U.S. orchestras perform on the same stage. Photo by Kristen Loken
 
6/10/12, San Francisco: Chief Conductor Charles Dutoit shares a laugh with the Orchestra while shaking hands with Concertmaster David Kim at the end of the concert, his last as chief conductor of The Philadelphia Orchestra. The evening program featured Behzad Ranjbaran’s Saratoga, Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances, Debussy’s Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun, and Scriabin’s The Poem of Ecstasy, along with Sibelius’s Valse triste for the encore. Photo by Kristen Loken