The Inner Sunset Gets A Little Play in the Chronicle via Kronos Quartet…

The ever alert Eve of SF Appeal passed on this link that appeared at SFGate today, a brief interview with the David Harrington, founder of the world famous Kronos Quartet, extolling the virtues of the Inner Sunset, which is home to the group. (Hey! That’s cool!).
While I still consider Amoeba to be in the Haight, overall there’s some nice picks in here. You may not be aware of this, but the Kronos Quartet actually wrote a song about our Mighty N, entitled Judah to the Ocean.
I think it’s great to live in a neighborhood home to so many different kinds of people and businesses. Craigslist, Kronos Quartet, the Blackthorn, and so many more. Why live anywhere else?

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4 Responses to The Inner Sunset Gets A Little Play in the Chronicle via Kronos Quartet…

  1. sfmike says:

    Actually, it was the great local composer John Adams who wrote a string quartet for the Kronos called “John’s Book of Alleged Dances.” The 12-movement piece starts and ends with “Judah to Ocean,” and it’s a marvelous piece of music.

  2. Greg Dewar says:

    I stand corrected.

  3. sfmike says:

    Dear Greg: I’ll buy you a copy. It’s really fun.

  4. JW says:

    Er, what link?

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