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Carneiro’s programs, while perhaps not extraterrestrial, tend to be dazzlers, balancing classic works with contemporary compositions by the likes of Adams, Steven Stucky, Gabriela Lena Frank (her creative adviser with the orchestra) and Paul Dresher, a Berkeley-based composer who invents his own outlandish instruments. One wonders if the San Francisco Symphony is paying attention, for Carneiro, more than anyone else right now in the Bay Area, is defining what it means to be a maverick. This season’s opening program in September paired the violin concertos of Beethoven and Adams, huge works, played by gifted soloist Jennifer Koh — and with Adams’ piece coming after intermission. Most orchestras, fearful that the audience would exit after Beethoven, would have reversed the order. In Berkeley, the audience not only stayed for the duration, but stood and cheered after Adams’ concerto teal ballet flats uk sale.
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With programs like this, Carneiro smartly extends the legacy of Kent Nagano, the conductor who led the Berkeley Symphony for three decades, from 1978 through the end of the 2008-09 season. Nagano, now based in Munich, established Berkeley as a place where classic and new compositions are routinely paired — as a laboratory, in other words. Stepping into his shoes — she was chosen from a field of six finalists — Carneiro has begun to leave her own mark on the orchestra. Her programming and poise on the podium are such that ticket sales increased during the 2009-10 season, her first as music director, by 13 percent. Subscription sales have risen to a 15-year high. Those figures need to be kept in perspective. Like many regional orchestras, the Berkeley Symphony — which operates on a lean $1.1 million budget — works hard to keep its footing. It offers only four subscription concerts per season, and Zellerbach Hall is rarely more than three-quarters full for its programs. Still, building ticket sales amid a recession speaks well for Carneiro: “Joana is energizing our base,” says James A teal ballet flats uk sale. Kleinmann, the orchestra’s executive director. “And I believe she is now energizing a new audience.” And her musicians..
Concertmaster Franklyn D’Antonio recalls her 2008 tryout with the orchestra at Zellerbach, guest-conducting a performance of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5: “She got on the podium and — the power that came off that opening! It’s like she grabbed each of us by the scruff of the neck. There was so much electricity, there was so much fire that came out of her face to get that opening motif: Bah Bah Bah BAHHHHHH!” he sings teal ballet flats uk sale. “All I could think was, ‘Wow!’”..