Metallica are regarded as one of the first bands to bring the sounds of thrash metal into the mainstream. In the same fashion, composer Schubert is known for pushing the boundaries of classical music with his pioneering works. This October, the worlds of Metallica and Schubert will collide inside the International Art Museum of America at this unforgettable Candlelight concert in SF.
American rock band Metallica have had a huge influence on heavy metal music. In the early 1980s, they laid the groundwork for the subgenre of thrash metal and have gone on to sell over 125 million records worldwide. Turn the clock back a few centuries, and Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert was also celebrated for his innovative compositions and noted for his influence on the world of classical music.
This October, prepare to hear a string quartet work their magic on the spellbinding songs and compositions of Metallica and Schubert as a sea of candles lights up International Art Museum of America. The musical masterminds’ fast tempos and iconic instrumentals will be performed by Listeso String Quartet as thousands of candles illuminate everything around you. Whether you’re a classical music fan or a self-described metal head, this spectacular experience is the perfect way to unwind in a candlelit setting and experience an evening to remember.
Get ready to the most iconic works by the musical whizzes at this utterly enchanting Candlelight concert. Taking place at the International Art Museum of America, this unique concert celebrates the works of two incredibly talented and influential stars, and is sure to be an evening to remember.
They’ll be two performances on the night, with the first one starting at 6:30pm and the later at 9pm. Each concert takes place over the course of 65 mesmerizing minutes and doors close one hour prior to the start time.