Best, a celebrated theater actress in New York and London, said that she worked on the film for less than a week. Ehle, also best known in New York for her stage work (“Coast of Utopia,” “Macbeth”), said she got the call about attending the party a week and a half earlier, just as she’d managed to see the movie herself, and didn’t mind being summoned to schmooze. “The film deserves it,” she said. Meanwhile, around Los Angeles, David Fincher, director of “The Social Network,” was spending what was meant to be his vacation doing Q & A’s with industry groups.
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Earlier this season, the dazzling mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard joined Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony as part of the orchestra’s season-long Leonard Bernstein celebration (and, later that week, gave an all-Bernstein solo recital for San Francisco Performances.). Now Leonard is set to return to the Symphony as the vocal soloist in music of earlier eras. With Tilson Thomas conducting, she’ll sing the transcendent fourth movement of Mahler’s nostalgic Symphony No. 4. She’ll also join the orchestra in Mozart’s thrilling “Exsultate, jubilate.” Mozart’s “German Dances” completes the program, in its first San Francisco Symphony performances.
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