Singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding. Photo by Ronan Park.

In Tuesday’s (8/6) San Francisco Chronicle, Joshua Kosman writes, “British singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding is the latest pop artist to appear in concert with an orchestra—and she’s coming to the Bay Area to collaborate with the San Francisco Symphony. Goulding’s three-date U.S. tour is scheduled to make a stop at Davies Symphony Hall on Nov. 20 for a one-night performance with the Symphony. The conductor is still to be announced. The Grammy-nominated artist plans to perform songs from her latest album, ‘Higher Than Heaven,’ released in April, as well as other material from her catalog arranged for symphony orchestra. The singer, known for such hits as ‘Miracle’ and ‘Love Me Like You Do,’ plans to perform in more intimate settings than her usual large-scale arena and festival shows… Goulding’s orchestra tour also includes dates in New York with the Wordless Music Orchestra and in Los Angeles with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra.”