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Mini Trip: San Francisco's Music Events

The San Francisco Opera has presented world premieres, innovative productions, and dazzling singersfor more than 80 years—while the San Francisco Jazz Festival is a veritable who's who of jazz and world musicians.

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    The Galleria Park Hotel

    Opened in 1911, this eight-floor Art Nouveau hotel is located between the financial district and Moscone Convention Center, just a six-minute walk

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    Spago-trained Anne Gingrass serves traditional Peruvian basics for her new 12-table restaurant.


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    San Francisco Opera, War Memorial Opera House

    Throughout its history, the San Francisco Opera has presented world premieres, innovative productions, and renowned singers. The company's home, Wa

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    The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has been the premier West Coast spot for modern art since 1935, with over 27,000 works from Modernists and c

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