SFJAZZ Coupons and Deals
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REFUND POLICY: This event is nonrefundable. No full or partial refunds are given to customers who miss the event. In the event of a cancellation, your voucher will be fully refunded • Each voucher is good for 1 person • Must be 21+ to drink alcohol • The deal is valid only for tickets on the date[s] of the event as listed and may not be exchanged or redeemed for any other dates • Groups wishing to sit together must purchase their vouchers together; seating is fulfilled with no specific priority • Purchaser may change the name of the individual retrieving tickets up to 24 hours in advance of event via the LivingSocial website event details section; no name-changes or alternate pick-ups permitted without notice at venue • Entire value must be used in a single visit
It's only right that the word "jazz" be in the name of the SFJAZZ Center -- it was built specifically for this genre of music, after all, with state-of-the-art acoustics and a great view of the stage from every seat. But don't be put off by the fancy digs, the music is what really matters here, and with this deal you'll get to attend the jazz concert of your choice -- in a top-tier, premium seat -- and get a $10 drink ticket to go with it. Catch a number of jazz or world music luminaries or SFJAZZ's signature ensemble that's celebrating its 10th year of making music. Choose from the following shows and dates: • $55 for one ticket to see the SFJAZZ Collective* on October 11, 12, or 13 • $35 to see John Medeski* on October 17 • $45 to see Michel Camilo* on October 20 • $55 to see Dorado Schmitt* on October 25 • $50 to see Dorado Schmitt on October 27 *click for a listen! SFJAZZ's Website | Facebook
Internationally acclaimed recitalist and recording artist Xuefei Yang returns for the fifth time, courtesy of San Francisco Performances, with her signature mix of classic and contemporary pieces for the classical guitar. One of those, Roland Dyens' "Libra Sonatina", provides a dramatic finale as it reflects both world-music influences and the composer's own dramatic experience as a heart-bypass patient. Yang is also set to perform her own arrangement of Benjamin Britten's Courtly Dances From "Gloriana", along with works by William Walton, Schubert and Bach. A true prodigy who performed in public beginning at age 10, Yang is the first Chinese student to win a post-graduate scholarship to London's prestigious Royal Academy of Music, and has since gone on to major success, appearing at the world's most famed venues.