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Saturday, May 5th, 2018
Davies Symphony Hall
201 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco, CA 94102
Classical music authorities like "The Strad", "Gramophone" and the "Los Angeles Times" have all picked Ray Chen as an artist to watch, wowed by his "rock-solid technique" (Germany's "Kurier") and "liquid tone that carries with it emotional depth of great intimacy" ("The Huffington Post"). Though still in his 20s, the rising classical music star has been racking up the acclaim and international prizes since he first picked up the violin at the tender age of four, and recently became the youngest soloist ever to perform in the televised Nobel Prize Concert for the Nobel Laureates and Swedish Royal Family. Accompanied by the San Francisco Symphony, Chen is set to perform Brahms' Violoin Concerto, along with Prokofiev's Symphony No 3 and Andrew Norman's "Unstuck", at Davies Symphony Hall.