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Symphony Parnassus

San Francisco,  CA, 
 
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Symphony Parnassus encompasses the talents of musicians from the Bay Area community. Originally called the UCSF Orchestra, it was founded in 1989 by Jonathan Davis, then a graduate student in Biophysics. Symphony Parnassus announced the appointment of Stephen Paulson as its Music Director in 1998. The community's enthusiastic response to Symphony Parnassus has been more than encouraging--from a small rehearsal hall in a church and concerts in Millberry Gymnasium to major concert halls in San Francisco (including Herbst Theatre, Masonic Auditorium, Hellman Hall and the Palace of Fine Arts) with guest artists including the late Rudolf Nureyev, jazz saxophonist John Handy, Lisa Vroman, Robin Sutherland, Hannah Tarley, Teddy Abrams, Geraldine Walther, William Bennett and other SF musicians. Symphony Parnassus is a unique and vital part of the Bay Area's artistic and cultural environment.

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