Bay Area composer Kirke Mechem symphony was first premiered to acclaim by the San Francisco Symphony under Josef Krips in 1969. Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante is one of the composer's most profound and achingly beautiful. Petrushka is Stravinsky's first bona fide masterpiece, one of the 20th century's greatest scores. Read more here.
Maestro Eric K was mentioned in a recent San Francisco Classical Voice article. Though San Francisco Symphony's MTT deservedly won the Best Conductor category, the article states "Eric Kujawsky and Scott Krijnen each received plaudits for their terrific work with community orchestras." Read more here.
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