Lady Gaga is one of those rare pop stars that can truly do it all. The icon can sing, dance and act, and she’s been dazzling her loyal fan base known as the ‘Little Monsters’ with her talents for over a decade. Candlelight has celebrated the star’s stellar career with a series of magical candlelit concerts that put a classical spin on the icon’s biggest hits. A solo pianist has worked their magic on songs such as “Alejandro” and “Born This Way” inside some of SF’s most impressive locations.
There are no upcoming Candlelight tributes to Lady Gaga coming to SF, but there are a range of spectacular concerts paying homage to stars such as Taylor Swift, Coldplay and more.
A Candlelight Tribute to Lady Gaga
At the heart of the stunning St. Ignatius Church, the flickering of thousands of candles have guided audiences to a rendition unlike you’ve ever heard before. A sublime reinterpretation of Lady Gaga’s songs has provided a soothing aspect to her pop melodies. You probably already know the words to all of Gaga’s catchy tunes, but thanks to Candlelight’s talented pianist, songs like “Telephone”, “Alejandro” and “Bad Romance” get a charming makeover.
So many other songs have gone through the magic of Candlelight’s instrumental reinterpretation, making concertgoers feel as if they’re listening to the tunes for the first time. Older melodies like “Paparazzi” and “Born This Way”, but also more recent songs like “Shallow” and “I’ll Never Love Again” from A Star Is Born.
The concert blends Lady Gaga’s eclectic pop discography and a solo pianist’s lulling notes into a comforting experience.