Pacific Union Presents Fantasie & Verklärung Jan. 24 & 25 at the Presidio

Posted by Karen Monroe — January 7, 2008

SAN FRANCISCO – (Jan. 8, 2008) – Pacific Union GMAC Real Estate is pleased to present the first classical music concert of the year, Fantasie & Verklärung, as part of its continuing “Concerts at the Presidio” series. The evening concerts will be performed on Thursday, Jan. 24 and Friday, Jan. 25 at 7:30 p.m. at the historic Golden Gate Club in the Presidio of San Francisco. The event is presented to the public at no charge; seating is limited so reservations are highly recommended.San Francisco Conservatory of Music pianist Franky Leung, Jr., explores the tension, turmoil, hope and majesty that inform the Liebestod, the timeless operatic passage transcribed by Liszt from Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde. Evoking a different but no less complex mood, Conservatory pianist Lo-An Lin performs the ethereal Polonaise-Fantasie of Frédéric Chopin and the impressionistic yet intense Sonata-Fantasy of Alexander Scriabin. Youth performers from the Conservatory’s Preparatory Division are also on the program for both evenings.“Pacific Union Presents is a popular classical concert and recital series held throughout the year to highlight young artists, including those from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music,” said Bryant McOmber, producer of Pacific Union Presents and Vice President and Branch Executive of Pacific Union’s Presidio office. “We present these complimentary concerts as a vehicle to introduce the incredible talents of Bay Area artists to the community. At Pacific Union we value elegance and art as well as elegance and service.”Known since its 2005 San Francisco inaugural as “Pacific Union Presents,” the popular community concert series is produced five times a year (two performances of each concert) by Pacific Union and enjoys generous and ongoing support of The Presidio Trust and Sherman Clay Piano Company. Additionally, the San Francisco Conservatory of Music has emerged as an important resource for the vocal, piano and other musical talent drawn upon for Pacific Union’s series.McOmber produces the series and is ultimately responsible for program selection, venue and physical facilities arrangements, compensation for performing artists, promotion and advertising of the event. Pacific Union staff assists with reservations and on-site support during performances.The Golden Gate Club is located at 135 Fisher Loop, at the intersection of Sheridan and Infantry Terrace, in the San Francisco Presidio. Free parking is available nearby. Seating is limited, and reservations are highly recommended. Call Pacific Union Presidio office at 415.447.6274 to RSVP.Pacific Union GMAC Real EstateSince 1975, Pacific Union GMAC Real Estate has thoughtfully matched generations of buyers and sellers throughout the entire Bay Area. Pacific Union GMAC focuses on delivering outstanding quality and unparalleled service to a full spectrum of discerning clients. Pacific Union GMAC is the only firm in California to receive a distinguished International Property Award in association with CNBC for superior marketing materials and client services in the luxury marketplace. A premier, locally managed brokerage with knowledgeable, experienced real estate professionals, Pacific Union GMAC takes a leading edge to new technology applications designed to enhance the client experience. Pacific Union is a GMAC Home Services company. For more information, visit www.pacunion.com.

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